The capital of Tasmania is the second oldest city in Australia after Sydney. Hobart, built in 1864, is a beautiful city, spanning both sides of the Devont River. It has an excellent deep-water port and a glorious history of navigation. Relying on Wellington Hill, facing the River Twen, rich festivals, numerous urban cultural monuments and fashionable cafes, the outskirts of the city gather natural rainforests, mountains, beaches, ancient and legendary, art and modern! No wonder she was chosen by Lonely Planet as the world's top ten tourist cities and the world's third most photographed city. Hobart is famous for sailing races and is the end of the Hobart sailing race in Sydney, so the whole harbor is full of sailing boats. There are abundant tourist resources around hobart. The south is dominated by the sea, the west is dominated by mountains and forests, the north is dominated by plains and ancient towns, and the East is dominated by the historic sites and magnificent scenery of the Tasman peninsula. Mountaineering, hiking, sailing, helicopter, skydiving and so on can meet the needs of different tourists.
Studying in Tada University, charming environment and simple folk custom make me deeply in love with it.