Brooke Street Pier, Hobart CBD

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HOBART | Brooke Street Pier is located on the waterfront in Sullivan’s Cove, central Hobart. It’s the largest floating building in Australia. A pier has existed in some form on the site since the 1820s, with the current structure completed in 2015.

It’s an environmentally friendly building that acts as a tourist hub. It’s a ferry terminal, which is used for cruises around Hobart, and to and from MONA, and also a retail and dining precinct. The main permanent tenant is The Glasshouse restaurant, and there are several stalls where local producers are able to display and sell their goods. Main stalls include Valhalla Icecream, Huon Aquaculture, TasmanianMarket, Grandvewe Cheeses, Moorilla Estate and McHenry Distillery.

For us, a cheese board from Grandvewe Cheeses, which includes their fantastic nutty, semi matured sheep milk cheese “Old Man”, paired with a wine from Moorilla Estate is a must. A gin and vodka tasting flight from Süd Polaire is also a great option, and really serves to highlight how complex and different these spirits can be compared to what many think. McHenry Distillery also make several gins worth trying, along with a fantastic Sloe paste, a byproduct of McHenry’s Sloe Gin using sloe berries that have been hand foraged from colonial hedges in Northern Tasmania. It pairs very well with cheese.

Brooke Street Pier

Franklin Wharf
Hobart CBD
Tasmania 7000
Australia

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Sun – Sat: 9:00am to 6:00pm

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