Sullivans Cove Apartments showcase the best of nipaluna/Hobart, right on your doorstep.
Our hand-picked collection of boutique apartments is spread across four iconic locations, all nestled in and around the vibrant waterfront precinct. Enjoy the city’s lively café, restaurant, and bar scene, explore the waterfront, and visit local markets, boutiques and galleries. A myriad of cruise and tour departures, museums, and attractions are just a leisurely wander away.
Choose your perfect fit from over fifty unique, self-catering apartments, ranging from luxurious studio accommodation to contemporary three-bedroom penthouse apartments – and everything in between.
Make yourself at home at Sullivans Cove Apartments, the ideal base from which to experience nipaluna/Hobart and beyond.
Historic Battery Point is arguably Hobart’s most picturesque suburb. Charming streetscapes lined with quaint sailor cottages neighbour the 1830s-built Georgian sandstone warehouses of Salamanca Place. Whispering of days-past, today the precinct boasts a vibrant cultural scene with art galleries, theatres, boutiques, restaurants, cafés, bars, and the bustle of the famous Salamanca Market each Saturday.
Once the state’s largest flour mill, Gibson’s City Mill has stood on Hobart’s waterfront since the mid-nineteenth century. Now converted, the heritage mill houses modern apartments that speak to the warmth of yesteryear with elements of exposed brick, steel beams and original timber featuring throughout. As comfortable as it is convenient, the warm and moody Gibson’s Mill nestles in the heart of the waterfront precinct, flanked by Salamanca Place, the CBD, and local restaurants and bars aplenty.
Sandstone walls, marked by the convict settlers who once carved Hobart’s streets, frame the stairs leading to Hunter Street’s Harbourside Apartments and panoramic views of Victoria Dock. Nestled behind the historic IXL Jam Factory façade, the IXL Apartments enclose a cobbled courtyard just 100m from the picturesque harbour. Discover an array of dining options on your doorstep, wander across to beloved Salamanca Place, stroll to the city centre, or take a detour and discover the secrets of Wapping.
Perhaps Hobart’s most notorious district in the 1840s, Wapping is now home to a vibrant arts scene and inner-city apartments. Take a short stroll to the aquatic centre for a splash, or discover the botanical gardens, waterfront precinct, and city centre. Art enthusiasts will relish a visit to Australia’s oldest working theatre, taking in a show, or visiting the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery’s latest exhibit. Enjoy the stillness of the precinct after exploring the delights of surrounding Hobart.
Acknowledgement of Country
Sullivans Cove Apartments acknowledge and pay respect to the Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the traditional and original owners, and continuing custodians, of this land and acknowledge Elders – past, present, and emerging.
Our premium apartments offer all the space, comfort, and convenience of home with separate bedrooms, spacious living areas, full kitchen, laundry facilities, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Located in and around nipaluna/Hobart’s vibrant waterfront precinct, Sullivans Cove Apartments offer the best of the Hobart lifestyle, right on your doorstep!
Our guests delight in discovering the hidden gems of a newly explored city… That ideal spot to catch the sunrise. The coffee vendor with the perfect blend. That local boutique with the one-of-a-kind pieces. Buskers whose music stays with you, long out of earshot. That haven of a gallery. The quirky restaurant where the owner already knows your name.
Let us share the nipaluna/Hobart we know and love with you. Because there’s nothing quite like feeling connected to a place, especially when you’re away from home. Check-in. Settle in. Live like a local… you may never want to leave.
For thousands of years, Sullivans Cove has been the traditional land of the muwinina, the Tasmanian Aboriginal people. Before European settlement, the area was a place of forests and plains, fertile wetlands and a natural freshwater stream that cascaded from the mountain we know as kunanyi/Mt Wellington, to the sheltered sea.
Today, the waterfront area from Hunter Street to Salamanca Place represents Hobart’s symbolic heart, a place of gathering for many locals and tourists alike. The hub of Hobart’s social, cultural and entertainment activities, Sullivans Cove remains of significant historic and sentimental value to the city.