Postcard from Hobart Harbour

September 15, 2011 in Australia,Places,Tasmania

The waterfront is one of the most gorgeous features of Hobart, the stretches of water reflecting either the clear blue skies or the intriguing cloud formations. Streteching along the city border, it’s filled with sailboats, yachts and fishing boats. Hobart yacht harbour, Tasmania, Australia on a sunny day

 

The harbour is impossible to miss while scoping out the highlights of Hobart: the city centre hugs the waterfront. The MONA ferry leaves from the Brooke Street Pier, and Salamanca Market borders the harbour. Not a bad place to wander and daydream about sailing around the world in style…or simply sit on the dock and soak up the sunshine. Hobart Harbour on Derwent River in Tasmania, Australia in the morning

Hobart Harbour on Derwent River in Tasmania, Australia from MONA ferry

Hobart Harbour on Derwent River in Tasmania, Australia on a clear day

Hobart Harbour on Derwent River in Tasmania, Australia at dusk

Hobart Harbour on Derwent River in Tasmania, Australia at dusk

Hobart Harbour on Derwent River in Tasmania, Australia at dusk

 

  • Beautiful peaceful-looking photographs!

  • Nevin

    These photos are stunning Christine!  I love the light and colours of the last three especially :) Hobart looks like a pretty cool little place for a weekend.

  • Beautiful photo essay.  Really enjoyed the ones with the rain clouds overhead.  Looks like a great place to visit!

  • Anonymous

    Thank you! It was a very refreshing change of pace down there :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks lady! It was a super fun little weekend getaway–can’t wait to get back to Tasmania. The bays and national forests are supposed to be breathtaking :)

  • Anonymous

    The clouds are awesome, aren’t they? Unfortunately, they did mean a fair bit of rain while I was there!

  • GREAT photos. So often people forget the clouds and their reflection in the water. You’ve got a good eye. 

  • Anonymous

    Thank you! Great clouds over water are one of my favorite things to photograph–luckily, there are lots of opportunities for it in Australia!

  • krish

    This photography is very nice………………

  • Rajasthan Tours Operator

    this city is looks soo beutifull i will love to go there

  • Anonymous

    Glad you liked it :)

  • Your photographs have gotten so spectacular, Christine! Sorry to be late to the party on this one. Beautiful.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you, Abby! I think I just keep going to more beautiful places :)

  • Rajasthan Tours

    Excellent photography very nice……

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  • Anonymous

    I am fairly new to your website and love your photographs and writings.

  • Anonymous

    Glad you’re enjoying it! Thanks for the kind words :)

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