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  Sullivan's Cove, the harbor of Hobart.
by seamandrew

Sullivans Cove is the body of water that Hobart's harbor is situated on. It small inlet has been a vital gateway to this city for many years and continutes to be vital to the city's tourism and fishing industries, as well as it's transportation network.

The cove helps tourism by being a port of call from some cruise ships, allowing for excellent waterfront dining and shopping, sailing adventures and transportation by sea to attractions such as Port Arthur and the Tasman peninsula. Ferries are also available to transport you over the mouth of the River Derwent and into Kangaroo Bay where the environs of Rosny Park, Montagu Bay and Rosny await the visitor or local.

Pictured here is the Constitution Dock which is were most of the smaller vessels and yachts come to port.

Directions: Look for the waterfront. It's what you'd be staring at!

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  • Updated Sep 5, 2004
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