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  • Stay, Dine & Indulge

    The Henry Jones' renowned premium accommodation is complemented by a culinary tradition of creative flair showcasing Tasmania’s first class produce.  This package invites you to stay at The Henry Jones…

    From $373

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  • Stay 4, Pay 3

    From January 10 until the end of September, book 4 nights and receive the 4th night free. Limited availability.

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Gasworks Cellar Door

Gasworks Cellar Door

Located only a gentle stroll from Hobart’s colourful dockside precinct, you will embark on an exclusively Tasmanian wine experience at the Gasworks Cellar Door.

There's no better way to introduce yourself to the wonderful cool-climate wines of Tasmania. Discuss some of the characters who have shaped the island's wine-growing heritage dating back as far as Captain William Bligh of “The Bounty” fame, understand the grapes we grow and the places we grow them and gain a unique insight into how perfectly hand-crafted wines and fine local produce complement each other.

With 16 Tasmanian wines always on tasting, a knowledgeable wine expert to guide you through the ever-changing labels, a stylish interior design and fascinating information about the island's wines and history; this is no ordinary tasting experience.

For further information, please contact our concierge or visit www.gasworkscellardoor.com.au

Overdrive (Sports and Prestige Car Rental)

Overdrive stocks Tasmania’s finest selection of rental vehicles. Offering sports, classic and exotic vehicles, the team at Overdrive have something to suit all occasions and tastes. From a Mini Cooper Convertible through to a Porsche Cayenne, you will certainly be travelling in style. For a truly memorable travelling experience why not combine an Overdrive rental with a scenic flight to create a fly/drive package you won’t forget.

Our Concierge team can arrange for your vehicle to be waiting for you at the hotel or at one of Overdrive's offices located at Hobart City, Hobart Airport, Launceston City and Launceston Airport. Whilst staying with us take advantage of The Henry Jones complimentary valet parking service.

For more information and bookings please contact our concierge or Overdrive directly at overdrivecarhire.com.au.

Henry's Restaurant - BEst Restaurant in Hobart - The Henry Jones art Hotel

Henry’s Restaurant

Our in-house restaurant, Henry’s, proves to be more than your average hotel restaurant. An award winning team of chefs, a strong focus on local produce and a fantastic wine list, have recently helped the team at Henry’s to be awarded an Australian Good Food Guide ‘Chef’s Hat’ for the third consecutive year, along with the Australian Hotels Association ‘2014 Best Restaurant Accommodation Division’ national award.

Point Revolving Restaurant

Located at the apex of Wrest Point Casino with a style that is an innovative mixture of traditional French cuisine, complemented by a uniquely Tasmanian twist, The Point is one of Hobart’s few true silver service fine dining destinations. The Point also boasts the most stunning views of the beautiful River Derwent available in Hobart.

Monty's on Montpelier - The Henry Jones art Hotel

Monty’s on Montpelier

Set in a 19th century cottage, Monty’s offers an elegant and contemporary twist on traditional home-style ingredients. Simple and fresh, this restaurant is considered amongst the best in Hobart. A perfect restaurant for an evening that is a little bit romantic and intimate.

Frank

Frank

A brand new addition to add to Hobart’s growing reputation for fine food and wine, Frank is a smorgasbord of South American style barbecue meat, vegies and seafood. Open late every night, Frank effortlessly exudes vibrancy, energy and atmosphere

Ethos: taps style dining - The Henry Jones art Hotel

Ethos

Featuring herbs and meats from their on-site garden and cellar, Ethos foster a very strong philosophy of sourcing all ingredients from as close to the restaurant as possible. Ethos specialise in a flexible degustation menu that changes daily depending on availability of local produce.

Catherine Woo MFA Paintings

Smolt

A contemporary Australian restaurant with influences from Mediterranean countries such as Spain and Italy. Great food served in a modern eatery. From breakfast, lunch and dinner the team at Smolt always provide a dining experience to remember.

Me Wah

With a choice of an a la carte menu or sumptuous banquets, Me Wah is the standout choice for Cantonese food in Hobart. Me Wah is a consistent winner of industry awards, not just for cuisine, but also their very extensive wine list. 

Fine Dining at The Henry Jones art Hotel

Jam Packed

Jam Packed in the IXL Atrium is one of Hobart's only all-weather venues. Located within the heart of the former Jam Factory that is The Henry Jones, it is a great spot for good food and coffee in a relaxed atmosphere. 

The Machine Laundry Café

Long regarded by locals and visitors alike as one of Hobart’s premier breakfast spots. The name of this café is taken from the fact that it also doubles as a self-service Laundromat.  

Pigeon Hole

As the name suggests, this West Hobart café is small and cosy. Here you will simply find great food sourced from local produce as well as Tasmania’s favourite sourdough.

Pilgrim

Housed in an old 1830’s hotel, Pilgrim is going from strength to strength. The food here is outstanding, but is trumped by the coffee – arguably the best in town. Also on offer is a burger venue next door. 

Jam Jar

An integral part of Battery Point’s bohemian community, Jam Jar is well regarded for consistently great coffee and its Japanese chefs, who enrich traditional Australian café-style cooking with striking eastern flavours.  

Jackman & McRoss

In the popular area of Battery Point, this Hobart institution serves some of the finest pastries and breads in town. 

Daci & Daci Bakers

Located in the waterfront precinct this European-style patisserie offers some of the best sweet and savoury treats in Tasmania. 

Ginger Brown

Ginger Brown

On the way to the summit of Mt Wellington, stop in for South Hobart’s best coffee and a menu that is as comforting as it is unique. Retro furniture, a focus on free-range produce and friendly service makes this a favourite. 

IXL Long Bar

IXL Long Bar is available each evening for refreshments. Famous in Hobart for its cocktails, and with chilled live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the Long Bar is a great destination to cap off a night out.

Cargo

A fantastic pizza lounge located in Salamanca Place. Offering live music on certain evenings of the week Cargo is also a popular watering hole. 

Woven Basket, 2009 Wax crayon on paper, 228 x 300 - The LArge drawings installed in the Hotel foyer each present an image of an artifact that constituted a veritable symbol of the original cove and old Hobart. The large basket pays homage to the original owners of the land, the Mouheneer. The ships bell to the maritime history integral to the development of early Hobart and the Jam Pot a relic of the IXL Jam Company. In the larger studio drawings that evolve from his smaller objective studies, Broughton portrays historical artifacts in ways that transcend the latters’ relative archaeological objectivity and ‘fact’. Typically, in these studio works, he alters details and overall proportions for compositional reasons, while, for expressive purposes, he incorporates within a particular work details from his studies of other artifacts. He strives to realise images of speculation and mystery that connect viewers, via their own imaginations, with some ancient, mythic past. He likes to quote Kandinsky: ‘Speak of mystery in terms of the mystery’. Thus Broughton does not know precisely what his own drawings actually mean. Perhaps his real subject is mystery itself. Sullivans Cove, Hobarts waterfront precinct, was inhabited by the Mouheneer for at least a thousand generations. Their inherent connection to the land runs deeply, bypassing the changes over the last two centuries, and it is through the use of arts and traditional craft that enables them to keep their culture flourishing. The drawing is of a traditional woven basket used for gathering and is a beautiful acknowledgment.

Grape

A funky wine bar in Salamanca Place offering an excellent tapas menu. This venue also doubles as a bottle shop – you will quickly notice that the cool fit out is in fact wine cages.  

- Jam Pot, 2009 Wax crayon on paper, 228 x 300cmThe large drawings installed in the Hotel foyer each present an image of an artifact that constituted a veritable symbol of the original cove and old Hobart. The large basket pays homage to the original owners of the land, the Mouheneer. The ships bell to the maritime history integral to the development of early Hobart and the Jam Pot a relic of the IXL Jam Company. In the larger studio drawings that evolve from his smaller objective studies, Broughton portrays historical artifacts in ways that transcend the latters’ relative archaeological objectivity and ‘fact’. Typically, in these studio works, he alters details and overall proportions for compositional reasons, while, for expressive purposes, he incorporates within a particular work details from his studies of other artifacts. He strives to realise images of speculation and mystery that connect viewers, via their own imaginations, with some ancient, mythic past. He likes to quote Kandinsky: ‘Speak of mystery in terms of the mystery’. Thus Broughton does not know precisely what his own drawings actually mean. Perhaps his real subject is mystery itself. IXL Jam dates back to the 1850’s and was a successful company until the early 1970’s. Generations of Hobartians knew, and still recall the sweet fragrance of jam that would fill the Hobart air, all of which emanated from these large steam-heated pots, which were still used until the very late stages of the company.

Jack Greene

A new addition to the Salamanca strip everything about this bar screams cool. Offering 18 beers on tap and more than 100 by the bottle the team here know great ale. There is also a fantastic menu of burgers and ‘Dude Food’.

T42

Located on Elizabeth St Pier, T42 is one of the only bars in Hobart that can truly claim ‘water views’.  On offer for breakfast, lunch and dinner is also a modern Australian menu. 

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary’s passion and work centres around helping our native wildlife survive and thrives on educating as many people as possible about how we can all help save, rehabilitate and release injured animals. All of Bonorong’s ‘residents’ undergo meticulous assessments to ensure they are healthy and happy in our care.

Bonorong offers Tasmania’s only 24 hours Wildlife Rescue Service in addition to daily tours of the sanctuary at 11.30am and 2.00pm. Tour participants are guaranteed to see active Tasmanian devils as well as a number of other residents who call the sanctuary home. Bonorong also offer other tours including an interactive, feeding tour at night and is a great opportunity to get up close and personal with the residents at Bonorong.

For more information about the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, please contact the hotel concierge or visit www.bonorong.com.au.

Rotor-Lift Aviation (Helicopter Tours)

Rotor-Lift Aviation offers a truly memorable way to explore Tasmania and all it has to offer. From a short Hobart City scenic flight taking in the Derwent Estuary and surrounds, through to the Grand Tour – a 60 minute flight exploring both the Tasman Peninsula and Hobart City, a flight with Rotor-Lift is an experience you will never forget.

If wine is your thing then why not land at one of Tasmania’s finest vineyards for tastings or lunch in true ‘rock star’ style before being transferred back to your Hobart accommodation. Custom itineraries can also be created by chartering a private helicopter to explore the vast reaches of Tasmania in style, comfort and safety.

For further information, please contact our concierge or Rotor-Lift Aviation directly at www.rotorlift.com.au

Bruny Island Cruise

Take a Full Day Tour from Hobart and spend a day on Bruny Island including a guided return bus tour, three hour cruise, morning tea and lunch. Robert Pennicott's multi-award winning wilderness cruise takes you along Bruny Island's rugged coast beneath some of Australia's highest sea cliffs. You will enter deep sea caves and join in the search for wildlife such as seals, dolphins and sea birds. The custom built boats are ideal for viewing the spectacular coastline and wildlife with covered open-air seating providing an excellent all round view and connection with the environment. 

Itinerary
7.45am 
   Meet the bus at the Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Booking Centre, Hobart
8.00am    Bus departs Hobart
10.30am  Arrive at the Bruny Island Cruises Booking Centre in Adventure Bay
11.00am  Bruny Island Cruise departs
2.00pm    Cruise concludes followed by lunch
3.15pm    Bus departs
5.30pm    Arrive back in Hobart, with Hobart hotel drop-off available 

Please note

  • Children under 3 years are free of charge
  • Passengers should dress warmly allowing for possible cold and windy conditions. Warm jackets, scarves, beanies and gloves are recommended. Wet weather gear will be provided on the boat
  • This experience is not suitable for wheelchair access

Tasman Island Cruise

Take a Full Day Tour from Hobart and spend a day on the Tasman Peninsula including a guided return bus tour, 3 hour cruise, 3 hours at Port Arthur Historic Site, morning tea and lunch. Robert Pennicott’s award-winning three hour wilderness and wildlife cruise takes you along the spectacular coastline between Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur. You will see Australia’s highest sea cliffs, enter deep sea caves and join in the search for abundant sea and coastal wildlife such as seals, dolphins and sea birds. The custom built boats are ideal for viewing the spectacular coastline and wildlife with covered open-aired seating providing an excellent all round view and connection with the environment. 

Itinerary
7.30am  Meet the bus at the Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Booking Centre, Hobart
7.45am  Bus departs Hobart
9.15am  Arrive on the Tasman Peninsula for morning tea and transfer to boat
10.00am Tasman Island Cruise departs
1.00pm  Cruise concludes followed by lunch and 3 hours at the Port Arthur Historic Site
4.30pm  Bus departs
6.00pm  Arrive back in Hobart, with Hobart hotel drop-off available 

Please note

  • Children under 3 years are free of charge
  • Passengers should dress warmly allowing for possible cold and windy conditions. Warm jackets, scarves, beanies and gloves are recommended. Wet weather gear will be provided on the boat
  • This experience is not suitable for wheelchair access
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Lark Distillery Tours

Tasmania is fast becoming the Single Malt Whisky island of the Southern Hemisphere with 9 licensed distilleries either producing single malt whisky or in the building phase. Principal amongst these is Lark Distillery - Tasmania’s first distillery of the modern era with over 20 years of single malt production under their belt and numerous international awards for their marvellous drams.

Lark Distillery offers a number of visitor experiences from daily guided tastings at their cellar door on the Hobart docks to full day, two day and four day tours available by appointment.

For further information, please contact our concierge or visit www.larkdistillary.com.au

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Maria Island Walk

Explore the breathtaking beauty of Maria Island National park with its deep-etched convict history.

On this multi award winning 4 day walk we will take you through tall Blue Gum forests, pristine beaches with light packs, on gentle tracks, staying at two wilderness camps with comfortable beds and a final night in the restored historic Bernacchi House. Every evening’s reward is a candle light dinner with Tasmania’s finest food and wines.

Tour: Departs The Henry Jones at 7.30 am daily within the season from October to April upon availability.

For further information, please contact us or visit www.mariislandwalk.com.au

- Emblem, Installation view

Peppermint Bay Cruise

Take a fully guided half-day cruise by high-speed luxury catamaran from Hobart’s waterfront through the sheltered southern waterways to Peppermint Bay, in the Huon/Channel region of Tasmania.

Cruise beneath the high arch of the Tasman Bridge – via underwater cameras, see the wreck of the ore carrier that collided with the bridge, more than 30 years ago. The voyage takes in secluded bays, tranquil seaside towns, dramatic coastline and deeply forested hills. See how Tasmanian salmon farmers grow their prized catch in the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, sharing some of nature’s secrets and learn about Tasmania’s rich colonial and maritime history. Stop for lunch at Peppermint Bay to enjoy the area’s finest freshly grown produce while overlooking the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island.

For further information, please get in touch with us or visit http://www.peppermintbay.com.au/

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