Hobart
Hobart ( /ˈhoʊbɑrt/) is the capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania. Founded in 1804 as a penal colony, Hobart is Australia's second oldest capital city after Sydney...
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Bioluminescence Is Making Tasmania Look Like A Different Planet
Parts of the shoreline around the city of Hobart, Australia have been glowing an otherworldly fluorescent blue at night. Photographers and scientists have flocked to southern Tasmania to enjoy the phe...
History of Hobart
The modern history of the Australian city of Hobart (formerly 'Hobart Town', or 'Hobarton') in Tasmania dates to its foundation as a British colony in 1803. Prior to British settlement, the area had b...
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Economy of Tasmania
Traditionally Tasmania's main industries have been: mining, including copper, zinc, tin, and iron; agriculture; forestry; and tourism. Significantly in the 1940s and 1950s there had been a Hydro-Indus...
Sport in Tasmania
Sport in Tasmania is participation in and attendance at organised sports events in the state of Tasmania in Australia. Sport is an important part of Tasmanian culture; though, while spectator sports h...
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Education in Tasmania
The education system in Tasmania comprises two tertiary education institutions; the government run K-12 schooling system, and numerous independent private schools and colleges, most of which are contr...
Transport in Hobart
The city of Hobart, Tasmania is served by a wide variety of transport. While the city's main form of transport is private transport on the road network, transport is also available by bus, ferry and a...
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Derwent Entertainment Centre
Derwent Entertainment Centre (DEC) is a the largest indoor arena in Tasmania and the multi-purpose arena is the primary venue in Hobart for large indoor functions/events. It was constructed in 1989 an...
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The Mercury (Hobart)
The Mercury is a daily newspaper, published in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, by Davies Brothers Pty Ltd, part of News Corp Australia and News Corp. The weekend issues of the paper are called Mercury on...
Jonathan Wells (cricketer)
Jonathan William Wells (born 13 August 1988) is an Australian cricket player, who plays for the Tasmanian Tigers and, at club level, the Clarence District Cricket Club. He plays as an opening batsman ...
Mary Augusta Ward
Mary Augusta Ward née Arnold; (11 June 1851 – 24 March 1920), was a British novelist who wrote under her married name as Mrs Humphry Ward.
Mary Augusta Arnold was born in Hobart, Tasmania, Austra...
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South Arm Important Bird Area
The South Arm Important Bird Area is a disjunct tract of mainly intertidal land on the eastern outskirts of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
The site comprises several separate tidal inlets, with a co...
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Sacred Heart College, New Town
Sacred Heart College is a school in New Town, Tasmania with an enrollment of 925 students.
Sacred Heart College is a Catholic, co-ed college for Years Kinder-grade 10. It was founded in 1888. Betw...
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Bow Mistress Stakes
The Bow Mistress Trophy is a Tasmanian Racing Club Group 3 Thoroughbred horse race held under Weight for age conditions, for fillies and mares aged three years old and upwards, over a distance of 1,20...
Menzies Research Institute
The Menzies Research Institute Tasmania (formerly the Menzies Centre for Population Health Research, established 1988) is a research institute of the University of Tasmania based in Hobart. The instit...
Salamanca Arts Centre
The Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC), established in 1976, is a major arts hub in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It is a combination of theatres, galleries and arts administration located behind the historic...
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The Innocents (Australian band)
The Innocents are a power-pop band formed in Hobart, Tasmania in 1975. Featuring singer/songwriters David Minchin, Charles Touber, Greg Cracknell, and drummer Brent "Beep" Jeffrey, The Innocents - ori...
KGV Park
KGV Park, or simply KGV (King George V) is home to Football Federation Tasmania, the governing body for association football in Tasmania, and home to the Glenorchy Knights and Hobart Zebras football t...
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