This is the Narryna Heritage Museum on Hampden Road another beautiful old house. The house is beautifully proportioned and preserved with all the rooms fully furnished and the outside areas, with stables etc very much maintained in their original state. A very sensitively presented heritage building.
This is the Synagogue in Hobart in Argyle Street. It was built in 1845 and is Georgian but from the Egyptian revival period - according to information supplied by my friend Jenny Ransley, a former Hobart resident.
This is the fare offered at a cafe in Hampden Street. I cannot resist taking photos of interesting foods even if I was not able to sample them. These are lamb shanks in pastry with fetta cheese and spinach. Don't they look scrumptious?