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Sep 18, 2016
“Informed, informal, interesting, and insightful - a fine way to be introduced to Tasmania's art scene.”
Mar 29, 2016
“Kelly's steps!!”
Join HobARTwalks for a walking art tour around Hobart’s historic waterfront with friendly guides who love nothing more than giving you the inside scoop on Hobart’s art scene. You will experience not only art, but Tasmanian wines and tastes...more
U 1 71 Warwick St, Hobart, Tasmania 7000, Australia
+61 414 391 154
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Reviewed 19 September 2016

Christine escorted my wife and I on an easy walk of art places in Hobart town. Introduced us to practicing artists, gave us opportunities to buy using Tasmania Government's generous loans scheme, checked out the TAFE's art-print shop and The Art-Hotel, and saw a current...More

Thank Don S
Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

Oh wow, please unless your an extra fit person don't stay in battery point. We did and I'm not fit. Every day sometimes up to four times a day we had to walk up and down these steps called " Kelly steps" to reach our...More

Thank Claireklaus
Reviewed 15 August 2014

A few years ago, we heard about hobARTwalks while staying at the Henry Jones Art Hotel, and went on the North hobARTwalk with Christine Scott. We were so impressed, and going on another walk was the first thing I thought of when we booked a...More

2  Thank Dee-College
Reviewed 27 May 2014

I headed to Hobart with the main aim of visiting the MONA and decided on my last day to join a morning HobARTwalk run by Christine Scott and Sarah Beith. What a great choice! Our group was small and the pace of the walk leisurely...More

Thank MungoMac
Reviewed 4 February 2014

On my last day in Hobart, I took an art walking tour of with Christine. Christine knows everything that is going on in the art world in Hobart. She has an extensive network of artists, galleries and friends . Christine is up on the latest...More

Thank jaynezak
Reviewed 14 June 2013

We did the Cove art walk, which covers the story of the historic Henry Jones Art Hotel itself, its art collection and galleries, the university's school of art and art galleries and artists' studios at Salamanca Place. The pace is very relaxed, our guides Christine...More

Thank Doug C
Reviewed 18 May 2012

Reciently my wife and I were given the gift of a Cove Art walk which is one of four HobART walks in Hobart. Even though we are locals having the opportunity to observe art students and local artists during the creative process, seeing the architecture...More

Thank Charles M
Reviewed 4 May 2012

If you are visiting Hobart to go to MONA, as we did last week, you may like to be aware of hobARTwalks. These ARTwalks are a new venture by Christine Scott, curator of the collection at the Henry Jones Art Hotel, and are in response...More

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