Albert Hall

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

Baha'i Centre

Conveniently located in Hobart with ample free parking, the Baha’i Centre boasts an environmentally conscious, stunning design. The Baha’i Centre of Learning is an educational institution reflecting the aspirations of the Baha’i Faith to actively foster and contribute to the development of a peaceful and sustainable world community. 

Barrel Room MONA

Burnie Town Hall

Burnie Town Hall has a seating capacity of 850 on two levels, an unraked lower level and a tiered balcony.

Christ Church, Longford

Christ Church is an Anglican Church on the corner of Wellington & William Streets, Longford.

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City Baptist Church

City Park, Launceston

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.

City Park was once called the ‘People’s Park’, which reflects how the park has been viewed by the people of Launceston since its beginnings. The park was originally developed by the Launceston Horticultural Society and handed over to the Launceston City Council in 1863.
It has been a place of many important exhibitions, gatherings, musicals and cultural events and public meetings. This continues today.

Community Hall Dunalley

Devonport Regional Art Gallery

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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Eaglehawk Neck Community Hall

The Hall has been in continuous use for over 86 years. Its construction was funded by the Eaglehawk Neck community and it was officially opened on the 1st December 1928.

It remains a vital focal point for the community to this day. It was almost destroyed by fire in 2009 but was rebuilt, again by the local community. Look for the scorched floor-boards in the main hall as evidence of the fire.

The hall is now fitted out with a modern kitchen, air conditioning, state-of-the-art sound system, theatrical stage, separate meeting room, toilets and other modern facilities. New toilets are under construction.

The Hall has a long history and has always been central to community life. It is now regularly used for a wide range of activities by various interest groups.

Falls Park Pavilion

Farrall Centre, Friends School

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

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.

Click here to view a seating Plan of the Federation Concert Hall

Fitzpatrick's Inn, Westbury

Fitzpatrick’s Inn in Westbury Northern Tasmania has been lovingly restored to allow guests to share a little piece of history whilst enjoying outstanding hospitality and dining.

This historic Westbury Accommodation provides guests with private unit accommodation or in house guest rooms as well as a fully licensed restaurant and bar

The Fitzpatrick’s Inn tranquil atmosphere, friendly service and exquisite cuisine make Fitzpatrick’s Inn the ultimate venue for dining, conferences, meetings or weddings. It’s the perfect spot for a lazy lunch, business meeting or romantic dinner. 

Founders Room Salamanca Arts Centre

Fullers Bookshop

Gaiety Theatre, Zeehan

The Gaiety Theatre in Zeehan was once the largest concert hall in Australia. The grand building is now the newest west coast tourist attraction.

 

Hobart Town Hall

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.

Holy Trinity Church Launceston

Home Hill Winery

Home Hill is a Tasmanian Boutique Vineyard, Winery, and Restaurant.  Home Hill produces a Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sylvaner, Sparkling Cuvee and a Late Harvest Sticky wine. 

Take the A6 road south of Hobart for approx. 30 minutes. Click here for more information.

Hotel Grand Chancellor

Latrobe Memorial Hall

Latrobe Memorial Hall
Gilbert St
Latrobe, TAS 7307
(03) 6421 4650

Macquarie Point

Organ Room Mona

Peacock Theatre

Salamanca Art Centre’s unique theatre is an end-stage performance space that has been created at the foot of an historic quarry. Named after the company that produced jams and juices on the site for half a century, it has tiered seating and a Licensed capacity of 165.  The Peacock Theatre is the venue of choice for intimate live productions accommodating dance, hybrid music and film and has load-in facilities from the street.

The Peacock Theatre is a unique performance and event venue on the ground floor of the Salamanca Arts Centre. With a magnificent natural rock face as its backdrop, raked seating for up to 136 people (with additional seating up to 149), and an affordable price tag. The Peacock Theatre is one of Hobart’s most popular arts, and entertainment venues.

The Peacock Theatre has dressing room space for up to 12 people, a workshop, a bathroom (including shower), and a laundry. Access to the theatre workshop is possible via Kelly’s Lane. Disabled access to the Theatre is via the double doors opening from the Courtyard directly onto the stage area. Limited vehicle access to the Courtyard via Wooby’s Lane can be arranged.

In 2006 a motorised projection screen, and DLP projector were added to the theatre. In 2007 there were over 60 new theatre lights added, the audio system was upgraded, floor traps put into the stage, the stage resurfaced, and a sound lock installed to isolate the theatre from the courtyard. In 2009 a black dance surface was purchased for the theatre’s stage.

Peppermint Bay

Princess Theatre

The Princess Theatre is an art deco building located in the heart of Launceston. The two-level, tiered auditorium seats 1087. Bar facilities are available.

Click here to view a seating plan of the Princess Theatre

Red Square Macquarie Point

Shene Pontville

St George's Church

Stanley Town Hall

Stanley Town Hall was opened in 1911, the town hall is an asymmetrical two storied building constructed in the Federation Free Style of architecture at the time of the federation of Australian States into the Commonwealth of Australia.

Stefano Lubiana

Swansea Court House

Tamar Ridge Winery Rosevears

The Great Hall, Tarraleah

This majestic building has history painted all over it, in the form of the stunning Max Angus mural which dominates its walls. Situated right next to the Highlander Restaurant, this is a spacious venue with log fires and a stage.

The Nolan Gallery MONA

The Red Shed, Hobart Brewing Company

Tolosa Park

Tolosa Park, Glenorchy, is the Hobart venue for Symphony under the Stars. Its natural amphitheatre guarantees excellent sightlines and the grassy bank is perfect for picnics.

Click here for a map of the park.

TSO Studio

Uniting Church Bellerive

Wrest Point Entertainment Centre

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.

Click here to view a seating Plan of Wrest Point Entertainment Centre.