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Sandy Bay, Hobart

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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3.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Known as one of the city’s most prestigious areas, Sandy Bay faces the Derwent River and features several popular beaches. The area is dotted with quaint houses and small shops selling a variety of locally-made products. You can also take advantage of a number of playground areas, set up specifically for families with small children. Spend some relaxing time walking along the water, and enjoy picturesque views of boats as they come and go. The bay is accessible from Battery Point by a popular sculpture-walk, which features artwork based on the history of the region, as well as numerous peaceful picnic spots where you can rest and reflect. Before you head to Hobart, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Hobart tourist route planner, to make sure you see all that Hobart has to offer, including Sandy Bay.
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  • Walked around sandy bay on a cold & miserable spring day , we had 4 seasons in one day!! The walk around was very picturesque . Very many historic homes & many large homes to look at . It would be lov...  read more »
  • Sandy bay, one of the most rich area in Tasmania which I heard from some students. Old but interesting, busy also with relax style. It is really continence for local residents and students I guess,bec...  read more »
  • Feels like a nice inner city suburb of Melbourne or Sydney. Tree lines streets, boutique coffee shops and restaurants, and a generally nice pleasant part of Hobart. Has a really nice "feel" to it, and...  read more »
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