Slowbart No More

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The Sydney Morning Herald’s weekend Traveller magazine of 28 May has captured the essence (and more) of a revolution happening in Hobart’s art and food scene.
Quoting the introduction – we would have to agree …
Hobart’s urban renewal is driven by the controversial MONA museum, boutique lodgings and chic dining.
Known to some as Slowbart, the island capital has never been a city noted for its urban cool. But in a virtual blink, Hobart’s cultural landscape has been transformed, with art, wine, fine food and stylish accommodation becoming integral features of the city. A weekend in Australia’s southernmost city can now be as sophisticated as any in Sydney or Melbourne.

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