We met Anne Beach from the Department of State Growth at Brooke Street Pier for our Make It Tasmania interview. It was a stroke of genius on Anne’s behalf; an inspired location for meetings in the city. We will no doubt steal her idea in the future!
Hobart’s Famous Brooke Street Pier
We have actually mentioned Brooke Street Pier before, ever so-briefly in our pictorial article about walking the Hobart waterfront. That passing reference did not do the place justice.
Trade Market Space
Bright Eyes Espresso is actually a stall-holder in the open-style “Trade” market space of Brooke Street Pier. Retailers are subject to change depending on lease agreements, but a few of our favourites have been known to hang out there…
There are more tales to tell from visits to Brooke Street Pier, but we’ll save them for another day. Aloft Restaurant, Brooke Street Larder and The Glass House are just some of the traders attracting attention in Hobart right now.
The new Brooke Street Pier is a four storey floating pier. It is both a building and a boat.
If you haven’t already discovered the ingenuity of Hobart’s floating pier, you really should *Read All About It* via the Brooke Street Pier website under the “Design Wank” tab. Fascinating, and just so unique. Not wanky at all.
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