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Tench - Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site, The

One of Australia's most significant convict precincts is only a short walk or Red Decker bus ride from Hobart's CBD (at the 'Old Hobart Gaol' stop).
The Tench, as it was known by its inhabitants, was the convict prisoners' barracks for Hobart Town. It originally spanned over two acres and some 50,000 male convicts passed through the complex. Following the cessation of convict transportation, the site became Hobart Gaol for more than 100 years.
Sections of the chapel were converted into two Supreme Courts connected by tunnels to the gaol. An execution yard and gallows were added.
This fascinating history can still be discovered in the buildings which remain - a captivating insight into over 175 years of Hobart's shadier past.
Access to all areas is by guided tour and events only, book via our online booking system.
National Trust Shop access available at all times during opening hours.

Corner Brisbane and Campbell Streets
Hobart City, TAS, 7000

Located 0.4K from Glebe

Contemporary Art Tasmania

Contemporary Art Tasmania is Tasmania's professional, public presentation platform dedicated to contemporary and experimental art. Its provenance is traceable from the foundation of Chameleon contemporary art space in 1982, through 20 years operating as Contemporary Art Services Tasmania (CAST) and, from 2013, as Contemporary Art Tasmania. Contemporary Art Tasmania provides a program of high quality, experimental visual arts exhibitions characterised by innovation and energy. Exhibitions are developed for the organisation's gallery space as well as in other venues around the state and nationally. Contemporary Art Tasmania provides assistance to specifically support, stimulate and develop Tasmanian contemporary artists and their practice. We initiate and present projects that provide artists with industry networking and critical engagement. Mentorship opportunities in curatorship and governance are also offered and managed. We maintain a program to assist the Tasmanian public gallery sector to research and tour exhibitions. Contemporary Art Tasmania also hosts public programs designed to foster and educate audiences in new and experimental art. Our gallery is located in North Hobart close to the Elizabeth Street restaurant strip.

27 Tasma Street,
North Hobart
Hobart, TAS, 7000

Located 0.6K from Glebe

Designed Objects Tasmania (dot.)

Increasingly, Tasmania is gaining recognition for the excellence and execution of design, especially its fine furniture made with native timbers. If you have an interest in good design - from pots to playgrounds - phone and arrange to see the work produced at this co-operative, which provides workshop machinery, kilns and studio space for members.
Work designed and made on the premises includes contemporary furniture, ceramics, metals and textiles.

27 Tasma Street
North Hobart, TAS, 7000

Located 0.6K from Glebe

Rock It Climbing Centre

There is much to do for young visitors and for those who have been climbing for decades. We offer fun challenges to suit everyone with thousands of holds for bouldering, top-rope, and lead climbing, plus our 150+ meters of caving tunnels which have become very popular!
We're in central Hobart and are open seven days per week and welcome casual visitors - no need to book.

54 Bathurst Street
Hobart, TAS, 7000

Located 0.7K from Glebe

Theatre Royal

Tasmania's Theatre Royal, in Hobart, is Australia's oldest working theatre and one of its most beautiful treasures.
We are very excited to present our 2016 season, with great works from Australia's finest theatre, opera and circus companies such as Circus Oz, Opera Australia, Sydney Theatre Company, Bell Shakespeare and shake and stir theatre co.
We also highlight Tasmanian companies and Tasmanian stories. There are many classics and it's packed with the very, very new as well! It's energetic and vibrant and we think you'll enjoy it.
Alternatively, take a guided tour to see the theatre's elegant auditorium with its central dome, intricate gilded mouldings and rich colours and enjoy a behind-the-scenes glimpse of theatre life.
Tours operate each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 11am for approx 45 minutes. The cost of a tour is Adult $15, Concession $12 and Child $10.
The Theatre Royal Box Office is open Monday to Friday from 0900 to 1700, or you can book online anytime.

29 Campbell Street
Hobart City, TAS, 7000

Located 0.7K from Glebe

Glebe: Events

Hobart International

Hobart International will see some of the world's top female tennis players compete.
Tasmania's premier international womens sporting event is about to get even bigger. The Hobart International annually attracts some of the best tennis talent in the world who flock to the Domain Tennis Centre to fine-tune their preparations for the Australian Open.
Many of the world's top womens tennis players have played the Moorilla Hobart International including Dinara Safina and Serena Williams, and Australian number one Sam Stosur.
If you want to sample the finest in womens tennis action at Tasmania finest tennis venue then mark down Hobart International, this January ... Your ticket to the world.
At the same time you can take part in the Hobart Summer Festival events or head out to explore the Island. January's a busy time in Tasmania so make sure you book ahead.

Event Dates
      8th Jan
      9th Jan
      10th Jan
      11th Jan
      12th Jan
      13th Jan
      14th Jan

Hobart, TAS, 7000

Located 0.3K from Glebe

Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race

One of Australia's newest and fastest growing ocean races, the Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race sees yachts journey 280 nautical miles Launceston down to Hobart via the east coast of Tasmania.
The race starts on Monday, 27 December and the fleet will set sail from Inspection Head wharf at Beauty Point, a few miles upstream from Low Head.
Spectators can see the yachts from the foreshores of the Tamar downstream, while many pleasure craft follow the fleet to Low Head.
From there the course will take the yachts through notorious Banks Strait between the north-east tip of Tasmania and the Furneaux Islands before heading to Hobart via the Mercury Passage between Maria Island and the Tasmanian mainland.
As they sail down the east coast the L2H boats probably will sail in company with those racing from Sydney and Melbourne to the joint finish of all three races in Hobart.

Event Dates
      27th Dec
      28th Dec
      29th Dec
      30th Dec

Constitution Dock
Hobart, TAS, 7000

Located 0.6K from Glebe

Anzac Day Dawn Service - Hobart

A Dawn Service will be held at the Hobart Cenotaph.
ANZAC was the name given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps soldiers who landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey early on the morning of 25 April 1915 during the First World War (1914-1918).
As a result, one day in the year has involved the whole of Australia in solemn ceremonies of remembrance, gratitude and national pride for all our men and women who have fought and died in all wars. That day is ANZAC Day - 25 April.
A Dawn Service will be held at the Cenotaph to remember the ANZACs and other War Veterans who fought for Australia.

Event Dates
      25th Apr

Cenotaph Avenue
Hobart, TAS, 7000

Located 0.6K from Glebe

The Popular Mechanicals

Shakespeare's greatest clowns-the rude mechanicals from A Midsummer Night's Dream- take centrestage in this wild reimagining of what might have happened off-stage during the Bard's most loved comedy.
Perhaps the most famous group of amateur thespians of all time, the cast of the play-within-aplay Pyramus and Thisbe, bumble their way through a hysterically funny mix of verse, song and dance.
Using snippets of the existing text of A Midsummer Night's Dream, the play exalts in its own roughness, extravagance of expression and frequent obscenity- in the nicest possible way. Clowning, vaudeville, slapstick, stand-up comedy and bad puppetry come together with both witty badinage and fart jokes to create an anarchic and thrillingly unhinged carnival.
First directed by Geoffrey Rush in 1987, The Popular Mechanicals holds a special place in the Australian comedic canon. Directed by former Sydney Theatre Company Resident Director, Sarah Giles, it's a perfect romp that promises to lift the roof.

Event Dates
      5th Oct
      6th Oct
      7th Oct

29 Campbell Street
Hobart, TAS, 7000

Located 0.7K from Glebe

The Merchant Of Venice

By William Shakespeare.
Money makes the world go around. Portia has it. Bassanio wants it. Shylock lends it. Antonio owes the value of it. Love also plays a part. Portia offers it. Bassanio wants it. And Antonio may lose a pound of flesh for it.
This uncompromising and dark production explores the tense relationship and prejudices between those that have, and those that don't. Dark in its humour and bawdy in its romantic hijinks, The Merchant Of Venice takes audiences on a journey of love, mercy and justice.
Director: Anne-Louise Sarks
Set and Costume Designer: Michael Hankin
Lighting Designer: Paul Jackson
Composer and Sound Designer: Max Lyandvert
Voice Coach: Jess Chambers
Dramaturg: Benedict Hardie
With: Catherine Davies, Damien Strouthos, Eugene Gilfedder, Fayssal Bazzi, Jacob Warner, Jessica Tovey, Jo Turner, Mitchell Butel, Shiv Palekar.

Event Dates
      24th Aug
      25th Aug
      26th Aug

29 Campbell Street
Hobart, TAS, 7000

Located 0.7K from Glebe

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