Sullivans Cove Apartments is a hand-picked selection of boutique apartment accommodation, located around Hobart’s vibrant waterfront district. The perfect location to explore all Hobart has to offer.
Our stylish apartments offer all the space and comfort of home, with separate bedrooms, spacious living areas and a full kitchens.
- 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom, self-contained apartments with 5-star facilities
- Five apartment locations around Hobart's waterfront district
- One central check-in office for all apartments
- Trip Advisor Hall of Fame
- Tasmanian Tourism Awards - Winner Best Luxury Accommodation, 2009
As locals, we want your apartment to feel like your home base to explore a city we are most passionate about. Step outside, and you’re on the doorstep of our bustling waterfront. You’ll find restaurants that sparkle by night along Salamanca and a ferry that’ll whisk you away to Australia’s largest private art collection, our world-famous MONA.
It is little wonder Hobart was recently rated one of the World’s Top Ten Cities by Lonely Planet, and one of the World’s Friendliest Cities by Conde Nast. Wander along to Salamanca Market if you’re here on Saturday and you’ll likely meet whisky makers, organic growers, artisan cheese crafters and more. Your apartment will be a convenient, modern and comforting retreat at the end of your day.
While apartment rental is the new savvy travel option, it is not for everyone. For those that require 24/7 room service and a concierge on hand, then a hotel may be your preferred choice. For those happy to swap these services for the convenience and space of your own home away from home and to ‘live like a local’ then Sullivans Cove Apartments is the choice for you.
- Reception open 8.30am to 5.30pm daily
- 24/7 after-hours assistance and check-in is provided outside these hours
Sullivans Cove History
Sullivans Cove was the initial landing site of what is now the city of Hobart and represents Hobart’s symbolic heart – the waterfront area from Hunter Street to Salamanca Place. The Cove is now the focus for Hobart’s social, cultural and entertainment activities and holds large historical and sentimental value for the city.