Tasmania

Bathroom and toilet and toilet suites accessories and other vanity products is a growing business in Tasmania as more and more houses are being built. Nestling between the lofty heights of Mt Wellington and the sparkling estuary of the Derwent, Hobart is a city that’s shaped and defined by hills, bushland and water.

Hobart

Hobart’s City Centre is a great place to go shopping – easy to park, easy to get around and a wide range of shopping choices from designer boutiques to major chains. But don’t open your wallet before you grab your free Hobart Shopping Advantage Card – it gives you instant benefits at more than 170 Hobart businesses. From coffees to discounted items, there’s always something for everyone. The Hobart Advantage Card is available at the Information Center in Elizabeth Mall, or via participating businesses. Temporary cards are available for interstate visitors, simply collect a copy of the Welcome to Hobart Guide from the Tasmanian Travel & Information Centres throughout the state or from the Information Booth in the Elizabeth Street Mall.

The best way to witness a maritime city is from the water – cruise boats leave from Watermans Dock in the city, heading upriver to Moorilla Vineyard, downriver to Wrest Point Hotel-Casino and beyond to the D’Entecasteaux Channel.

Seafood is a Hobart popular specialty – Hobart chefs delight in using the best of fresh-caught scalefish, crustaceans and shellfish. Sunshine on convict-chipped stone, the twinkle of lights in the branches of Salamanca’s plane trees, whitecaps riffling the breezy river, a spectrum of fine flavours from southern Tasmania’s wonderful food and wine – they’re just some of the things that make a short break in Hobart a great idea.

North Hobart’s restaurant strip offers a feast of flavours and aromas – Italian and Mexican, Thai and Indian, mod-Oz and yum cha where they use Stainless kitchen sinks – you’ll find them all along a few blocks of Elizabeth Street.

If you haven’t visited Hobart since then, you’ll be surprised to discover the home of alfresco dining throughout Elizabeth Mall and the surrounding City Centre.

Every Saturday, the sandstone warehouses of Salamanca Place look down on the buzz, bustle and colour of Australia’s best outdoor street market. Salamanca Market is the place see what’s hot and tasty from the food stalls, rummage through loads of treasure to find a bargain, browse the galleries to see the best of local art & craft, select fresh vegetables and pause to listen to the buskers – kids on violins, rippling harp strings, tribal drumming and the music of the southern Andes – trilling pipes, mandolins, guitar chords in a minor key – all floating out from Salamanca on the sea breeze.

For a wide view of this scenic city, take a drive to the summit of one of Hobart’s mountains. Mt Nelson is a 10 minute drive from the city – the Signal Station on top was one of a chain of semaphore masts that relayed messages between Hobart and Port Arthur. For a much wider panoramic view of the city, river and estuary, it’s a half-hour drive through alpine forest to the 1271 metre pinnacle of Mt Wellington – on a clear day the view extends from Ben Lomond in north-east Tasmania to the ranges of the Southwest.

Back in the open air, take a stroll through Hobart’s ever oldest residential precinct – from Salamanca Place, climb Kelly Steps and walk up to Hampden Road, with its village atmosphere, coffee shops, galleries and bistros. Find your way to Arthur Circus, where Hobart’s oldest Georgian-era cottages peep shyly at each other across a circle of green. The city blends into its fringing bushland – grab a free copy of the Hobart City Council’s outstanding walks guide and explore Bicentennial Park on Mt Nelson, Knocklofty Reserve in West Hobart or the network of tracks on Mt Wellington.

On Hobart’s historic Hunter Street, imaginative architecture design and interior design has transformed a waterfront jam factory into an impressive art hotel.

Launceston

Located at the head of the beautiful Tamar Valley wine growing region, only few places in the world can match Launceston’s natural and historic charm. We enjoy an enviable way of living that is at once very relaxing and invigorating, a lifestyle centred around a climate similar to the south of France, the great outdoors, a vibrant events calendar and arts scene and our world-known local cuisineand wine. Founded in 1806, Launceston is the nation’s third-oldest city with a fascinating history traced in its beautiful old buildings and streetscapes dating from early Colonial and convict times to Georgian and Victorian eras.

Today these buildings are much valued and preserved by the community and admired by visitors, banks, housing fashionable restaurants, cafes, boutiques and high-tech businesses. The city is situated where two rivers meet to become the Tamar on its way to the sea, and is famous for its ancient ravine cut into the hills by the South Esk River. This, Cataract Gorge, has been a major focus for Launceston’s leisure time since the city’s earliest days and is just a 15 minute walk from the city. You can stroll among the peacocks and rhododendrons in the Gorge Cliff Grounds and cross the river to the summer open-air swimming pool on the world’s longest single-span chairlift (or take the suspension bridge). Eateries are situated on both sides of the Gorge and there are also many walking trails to explore. From the Kings Bridge end of the Gorge, you can walk past the boardwalk cafes and wine bars of modern Seaport, to the cultural precinct at Inveresk.

Here you’ll find Tasmania’s home of AFL, the Aurora Stadium, as well as the impressive Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery and the University’s Academy of the Arts and award-winning School of Architecture. Greater Launceston has a population of around 100,000. The city has the charm and pace of a regional centre and the facilities of a much larger city, but without the crowding, traffic, litter and crime (we’re the safest region in the safest state in Australia). Perhaps this is why the locals are well-known for being relaxed and friendly.

Bathroom warehouse in TAS has a sufficient supply of Bathroom hand basins toiletries and washroom accessories (Bathroom hand basins, showers, spa, baths, cabinets, bath tubs etc. We offer free delivery across Launceston and Hobart and the whole Tasmania region as well.