Hobart Cat Cafe Reserve table

269 Elizabeth St, Hobart, Tasmania 7000, Australia
69 Reviews 4.5

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Opening hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00

Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00

Thursday 09:00 - 17:00

Friday 09:00 - 16:00 | 17:00 - 21:00

Saturday 09:00 - 16:00 | 17:00 - 21:00

Sunday 09:00 - 16:00


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Reviews

3 /5 Rating average

Discovered this cafe while looking on Tripadvisor and thought we would give it a go as we enjoy time with cats (and we were missing our own). You have to book online with a small enterance fee. You can sit and play with the cats, have a drink and something to eat.Staf very friendly and helpful

5 /5 Rating average

This is a lovely cosy place that is amazing and awesome customer service the food is superb and the time is quick I would highly recommend

5 /5 Rating average

Enjoyed our visit to the cat cafe, we went around 12, the cats were still fairly active. Some sleeping. Food and drinks were all presented really nicely and the cafe appeared to be well managed. Gorgeous cats and lots to do in the cat area. I would recommend having a sign of how to respect the cats a bit more there was lots of cats being picked up and handled by young ones who's parents were watching and you could just see the cats were becoming aggregated. Perhaps a big sign in the room would help keep peace. Also I noticed a difference between the melb version and Hobart is melbourne has a lot of cat toys / merchandise for sale which was cool I bought stuff from melb for my own cats. I think cat lovers would buy stock if there was merchandise in the shop.

5 /5 Rating average

This is probably my favourite place ever to visit, it's so calming to just sit and play with seven or eight cats. The food is great too, and you have the option to sit outside in the cafe portion if you'd rather not eat right next to the cats (which is probably not the best idea, Pablo loves nachos).

5 /5 Rating average

We visited this cafe, because we saw it while riding the city bus. So, easy to get to even for travelers. Very friendly staff(owners) manage this easy going cafe. The cats were very chill in the afternoon, other internet reviews say to go early for frisky playful cats. No-pressure ordering environment made us feel welcome. The menu was a bit overwhelming with choices, but once a choice was made the food was very good. $10 a person was a good price and our toddler got in for free. Possibly a family pack or locals deal could make return visits more affordable. Overall great experience, would go back.

5 /5 Rating average

When I walked past this café, I saw several cats through the window. Out of curiosity and a love for felines, I went inside. The place is full of cat paraphenalia, pictures, tins, books, ornaments etc, etc. 10 rescue cats live there. There is a small café, that sells drinks and cakes. It is open to people who like to connect and play with the cats.

2 /5 Rating average

Very overpriced. They should just expect people to buy something rather than charge them $10 an hour. The cats are not friendly and one in particular is actually quite nasty who bites and scratches. It's really not worth the money.

3 /5 Rating average

A nice concept for cat lovers. Two seperate areas joined by an ante room for washing hands. A cafe with standard breakfast and lunch menu but patrons can pay an extra charge to eat in the room with all the cats. These cats have all been rescued and are provided with love and care and a great big play area where they can interact with patrons if they wish. There are rules to follow for safety and hygiene. The sitting area on the other side has cat information, pictures and a screen which shows cat antics. There is also a large library of books to browse through. If you are a cat lover then it is a good experience and the money will help to look after the cats.