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Physiotherapy services

  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Bulk Billing Physiotherapy
  • Motor Vehicle Injuries
  • Post-Natal Physiotherapy
  • Remedial Massage
  • Women's Health Physiotherapy
  • Dry Needling
  • Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Posture Correction
  • Soft Tissue and Muscle Injuries
  • Aged Care Physiotherapy
  • Gait and Balance
  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Pregnancy Care
  • Sports Injury Prevention

Popular suburbs in Hobart

Popular streets in Hobart

  • York Street
  • Regent Street
  • Red Chapel Avenue
  • Lipscombe Avenue
  • Parliament Street
  • Birngana Avenue
  • Norfolk Crescent
  • Ascot Avenue
  • Plaister Court
  • Pauldon Drive
  • Alexander Street
  • Edith Avenue
  • Randall Street
  • Heathorn Avenue
  • Nile Avenue
  • Ellington Road
  • Wandeet Place
  • Buchanan Avenue
  • Byron Street
  • Ashfield Street
  • Longview Avenue
  • Tiersen Place
  • Melrose Court
  • Cedar Court
  • Folder Street
  • Nutgrove Avenue
  • Sandy Bay Road
  • 8 Binney Court
  • Eurella Avenue
  • Ada Crescent
  • Nicholas Drive
  • Maning Avenue
  • Princes Street
  • Aotea Road
  • Shepherd Street
  • Lord Street
  • Enterprise Road
  • Manresa Court
  • Gardenia Grove
  • Bective Street
  • Dalkeith Court
  • Amanda Crescent
  • Mansell Court
  • French Street
  • Sunvale Avenue
  • Star Street
  • Chessington Court
  • Sayer Crescent
  • Braeside Crescent
  • St Canice Avenue
  • Beechworth Road
  • Quorn Street
  • Vantona Road
  • Ilfracombe Crescent
  • Heathcombe Crescent
  • Lambert Avenue
  • Braddon Avenue
  • Cartela Street
  • Sayer Court
  • Stanley Street
  • Fisher Avenue
  • Beddome Street
  • Grosvenor Street
  • Marlborough Street
  • Coolabah Road
  • Waimea Avenue
  • Fitzroy Place
  • Lincoln Street
  • Capri Drive
  • Marieville Esplanade
  • Willowdene Avenue
  • McAulay Road
  • Lauramont Avenue
  • Mawhera Avenue
  • Crisp Street
  • Churchill Ave
  • Binney Court
  • Glover Drive
  • Hampshire Road
  • Kingsley Avenue
  • Niree Heights
  • Goodhart Place
  • Cheverton Parade
  • Acushla Court
  • Tew Terrace
  • Osborne Street
  • King Street
  • Garth Avenue
  • Willowdene Ave
  • Adams Street
  • Quayle Street
  • Duke Street
  • Plimsoll Place
  • Derwentwater Avenue
  • View Street
  • Date Court
  • Earl Street
  • Broadwaters Parade
  • Jersey Street
  • Wayne Avenue
  • Margaret Street
  • Sandy Bay Rd
  • Nixon Street
  • Dresden Street
  • Woolton Place
  • Sandown Avenue
  • Powell Street
  • Quamby Avenue
  • Long Point Road
  • Flinders Lane
  • Greenlands Avenue
  • Stephanie Close
  • Rose Court
  • Baden Street
  • 403 Sandy Bay Road
  • Queen Street
  • Churchill - 337 Churchill Avenue
  • Erina Place
  • David Avenue

Our physiotherapists treat

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Headaches
  • Leg pain
  • Migraines
  • Shoulder pain
  • Upper back pain
  • Back pain
  • Elbow pain
  • Hip pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Side pain
  • Whiplash
  • Balance problems
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Knee pain
  • Middle back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injuries
  • Wrist pain

Hobart profile

Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania and is the second oldest capital in Australia. The city’s total land area is 1,695.5 km2, and it is home to 246,970 people (2020 ABS Statistics), which is almost half all Tasmanians. Hobart has five local government areas, which is made up of 80 suburbs.

History of Hobart

Hobart was founded in 1804 as a British penal colony. Before the arrival of the Europeans, it is believed that the semi-nomadic Mouheneener tribe has occupied the area for 35,000 years.

Since its establishment, Hobart has been the capital and administrative centre of first southern Tasmania and then for the whole of Tasmania in 1812. From 1804, the town gradually developed with its port being known to sealers and whalers.

In 1811 Governor Lachlan Macquire ordered for a town plan. Around that time, Hobart already had hotels, shops, a hospital, a church, quarry, local businesses and houses. Industries like milling, brewing and shipbuilding were also established. Progress continued in Hobart and in 1842, it was officially declared as a city.

Facilities Around Hobart

Today, shipping is a significant industry in Hobart as it is the home port for the Antarctic activities of Australia and France. Tourism is also thriving in the city as the port is a popular cruise ship destination, especially during the summer months.

The major shopping area in the city’s Central Business District (CBD) is on Elizabeth Street, where the pedestrian-only Elizabeth Mall is located. The most famous market in Hobart, however, is the historic Salamanca Market in Salamanca Place, which is the top tourist attraction in the state. The restaurants and pubs in the city are also found in these areas.

The capital city is home to the main campus of the University of Tasmania. There are also on-site accommodation colleges in Hobart, including Jane Franklin Hall, Christ College and St. John Fisher College. Across the Greater Hobart area, there are over 122 primary to pre-tertiary schools and seven Tas-TAFE campuses.

There is one major public hospital in Hobart, which is the Royal Hobart Hospital and two private hospitals, Hobart Private Hospital and St. Helen’s Private Hospital.

For public transport, residents and tourists rely on buses, the only option for public vehicles, that is operated by the Tasmanian government and a few private companies.

The city has its own airport-- Hobart International Airport, which connects Hobart to other capital cities.

Famous Destinations Around Hobart

Salamanca Market

This historical market is located in Salamanca Place, next to the Hobart Waterfront. Over 300 stalls open here every Saturday drawing thousands of locals and visitors. A wide range of products are sold here, such as Tasmanian timbers, hand-worked glass, jewellery, artworks, handcrafted cheeses and more.

Kunanyi / Mt Wellington

The 21-kilometre drive to the summit of the much-loved kunanyi / Mt Wellington will offer visitors spectacular views of Hobart and the harbour.

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