If you are planning to move to the beautiful island of Tasmania, it pays to use a removalist that is second to none. Grace Removals understands that no two moves are the same and have the knowledge and expertise to make your relocation to Tasmania, an effortless experience. Whether you are moving locally, interstate or to an international destination, we work closely with you to plan a tailored service to suite your every requirement. We also provide a range of additional services such as storage, vehicle transport and home services to ease you into your new location.
Hobart is the second oldest city in Australia, after Sydney, and is considered as the most affordable city in the country. Nestled amongst the foothills of Mt Wellington, Hobart combines heritage charm with a modern lifestyle. With an abundance of local ingredients, there are no shortage of Award-winning restaurants delivering an exquisite culinary experience to locals and tourists alike. Only a short walk from the waterfront, Salamanca Place is considered the city’s hub of galleries, theatres, craft shops, and restaurants. It is also home to Salamanca market that is on every Saturday, and is known as Australia’s best outdoor market. With its colourful history, picturesque waterways and rugged mountains, Hobart is a city that is hard not to love.
There are over 50 public and private schools in Hobart made up of coeducational, girls’ and boys’ schools. These include religious and non denominational schools, offering plenty of options for schooling in the city. University of Tasmania (UTAS) is the primary higher education provider in Tasmania, with the main campus located in Hobart’s suburb of Sandy Bay. Other UTAS campuses include the Newnham campus in Launceston and the Cradle Coast Campus in the city of Bernie.
Driving is a pleasure in Tasmania with no toll roads and picturesque highways connecting the urban centres. Hobart itself is serviced by a bus network that covers the city and surrounding suburbs as well as school bus services. Metro operates the public bus services in all the major urban areas of Tasmania. There are also a number of private and tourist bus operators in the state offering bus and coach services making travelling for work or leisure a breeze.
There are a total of 30 public and private hospitals and clinics in Tasmania. The largest hospital in Tasmania is the Royal Hobart Hospital (RHH), which is also a teaching hospital for the University of Tasmania. The city is also home to the state’s largest private health facility, the Hobart Private Hospital.