The Albert Hall is a convention centre in Launceston on the corner of Tamar Street and Cimitiere Street. in the style of high Victorian architecture, first opened as the main structure for the Tasmanian Industrial exhibition in November 1891.
Designed by John Duncan and built by J.T. Farmilo, it features a large two level brick and stucco hall, containing a historically significant water powered organ manufactured by the English firm of Charles Brindley c.1859
Burnie Town Hall has a seating capacity of 850 on two levels, an unraked lower level and a tiered balcony.
City Park is located in the heart of Launceston. This beautiful parkland features mature trees and shrubs, a display of annual flowers, a Japanese Macaque monkey enclosure, the John Hart Conservatory, a duck pond, senses garden, monuments, chess board, historic Albert Hall, barbeque area and a children’s playground.
Devonport Entertainment & Convention Centre
(03) 6420 2900
141-151 Rooke Street, Devonport TAS 7310
The Devonport Regional Gallery evolved from the inception of The Little Gallery, which was founded by Jean Thomas as a private enterprise in 1966.
Jean Thomas’ vision for the Gallery was as a centre for community arts and activities. Her aim was to promote Tasmanian artists and to provide an impartial program of appreciation with the inclusion of national and international exhibitions. S
The Gallery presents an annual program of exhibitions, education and public programs including events and workshops. In keeping with Jean Thomas’ vision, the Gallery collects and promotes Tasmanian art, craft and design and runs an Emerging artist program to support local and state-wide artists. The program showcases emerging artist’s work in The Little Gallery, which is an annex to the Main Gallery.
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The design concept is driven by a direct expression of the building function – internally and externally – and the unification of existing buildings and campus topography. The Farrall Centre expresses the Quaker ethos of The Friends’ School – simplicity in design, with an intrinsic quality of place befitting the central role it plays in the life and development of students and the school community.
Spaces are designed for maximum versatility without compromising functionality – exhibition, teaching and recording areas are arranged around the central auditorium, seating up to 800 people in various modes. Lower seating tiers retract and sliding panels behind the stage open to admit daylight and view over the school grounds and city beyond – transforming the auditorium into a function room catering for 220 seated guests.
Acoustics are crystal clear in all parts of the auditorium and have been widely praised in the press.
Address: 395 Argyle Street, North Hobart TAS 7002
Federation Concert Hall is the home of the TSO and its principal performance venue in Tasmania.
A tiered auditorium on two levels with a seating capacity of 1100, it was opened in 2001 and in recent years has been enhanced through a program of acoustic improvements.
Bar and dining facilities are available at the adjacent Hotel Grand Chancellor. Limited parking is available at the Hotel Grand Chancellor underground car park.
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The Town Hall has been the scene of many special occasions and events from 1866. The auditorium seats up to 300 people and is a popular location for meetings, wedding receptions, fairs, concerts, conventions and formal dinners.
Follow this link for more information on seating and disability access: https://www.melbournerecital.com.au/experience/access-/
RED SQUARE in Evans Street, Mac Point
The Cathedral Church of St David in Hobart is the principal Anglican church in Tasmania. The dean (as of March 2009) is the Very Reverend Richard Humphrey.
Consecrated in 1874, St David’s is the Bishop of Tasmania’s principal place of teaching. It is a cathedral because it is the place where the bishop’s cathedra or seat is placed. It is also the venue for great occasions of diocese, city and state.
The central Hobart taproom and brewery of the Hobart Brewing Compnay. Situated at Macquarie Point, just behind the historic Hunter Street and a stone’s throw from Hobart’s famed Sullivan’s Cove. The brewery is on full view from the taproom in the Red Shed where you will find our year round core beers as well as a range of seasonal brews and beers brewed in collaboration with other breweries. Friendly and knowledgeable staff, Hobart’s best “beer park” with fire pit, Food Trucks, and regular live music and events makes our home a pleasure to visit. Brewery tours, fresh beer and a variety of other great Tasmanian beverages are all available year round within our trading hours. The Red Shed is also a great place for your next event. Rustic, warm and centrally located makes it a wonderful event space.
Tolosa Park, Glenorchy, is the Hobart venue for RACT Symphony under the Stars. Its natural amphitheatre guarantees excellent sight lines and the grassy bank is perfect for picnics.
Entry via the Federation Concert Hall.
Wrest Point Entertainment Centre is Hobart’s premier venue for amplified live entertainment. Wrest Point offers a large range of bar and dining facilities and ample free parking.