The Drunken Admiral


Hobart, Australia

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Featured in Preserving History Group on 12/15/11

Featured in Australian Capital Cities Group 0n 12/26/11

Featured in Harbour Life Group on 02/15/12

Featured in Destination Australia Group on 09/29/13

This image is the cover image for my calendar “Boats in the Harbour”

Afternoon view over Victoria Dock to the popular restaurant, The Drunken Admiral in Hunter Street, Hobart. The boat moored at the wharf belongs to a Kayak Tour Business, hence all the wet suits and life vests hanging out to dry.

The Drunken Admiral building was built in 1826 as a store for goods shipped in to Hobart, became a barracks

Hunter Street, part of the Sullivans Cove precinct is the birthplace of Hobart and is now a popular tourist street also houses the Henry Jones Art Hotel, the School of Art of the University of Tasmania and a number of restaurants.

Sullivans Cove and precinct is a nominated place on the National Heritage Register (ID 105886, File 6/01/004/0311).

Taken with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH1 point & shoot.

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