2019 PROGRAM

Open House Hobart is back, bigger and even better. This year, we are offering more than 70 buildings for you to explore – as well as walking tours, talks and special events – with more to be announced in the lead up to the Open House weekend.

From hidden basements and city rooftops to riverside motels and hillside homes with sweeping views, this is a weekend to experience the city’s architectural landscape and open doors to secret places. Go on, have a look.*

* Some buildings, tours and events are limited by capacity and require bookings, so in true Tassie style – it’s first in, best dressed. Good luck!

21 Rossendell Avenue

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6 Victoria Street

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6/81 Salamanca Place

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ABC Hobart

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Alexandra Battery

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Alt-Na-Craig Apartment

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Anglesea Barracks

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Apple Crate Shack

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Bank Arcade

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Battery Point Sculpture Trail

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Beaumaris Zoo

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Blackmans Bay House

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Brickworks Design Studio

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Carnegie Building & Caretaker’s flat

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Christ College – University of Tasmania

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City Hall

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City Hall Apartment & Rooftop

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Colonial Mutual Life

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Construction House

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Dark Sky Walking Tour

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Designed Objects Tasmania

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Domain Community Hub

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Dorney House at Fort Nelson

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Drewitt House

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Duncan Meerding Studio

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Elms House

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Exaltation of the Holy Cross Church

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Flat at Fort Nelson

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Geilston Bay House

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Gibson’s City Flour Mill

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Glaetzer Dixon Urban Winery

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Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park

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Government House Tasmania

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GPO Tower

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Henry Jones Art Hotel

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Hill Street Reservoir and Pump Station

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Hobart Convict Penitentiary

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Hobart Engineering Heritage Walking Tour

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Hobart Savings Bank

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Hobart Synagogue

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Hobart Town Hall

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Hobart Town Hall Underground

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Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Hobart

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Huts of kunanyi/Mt Wellington walking tour

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Jarvis House

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Jenkins House

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Kangaroo Bluff Historic Site

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Kingborough Community Hub

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Kingston Beach Dental

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Lady Gowrie

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Libraries Tasmania

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Little Big House

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Longview Avenue House

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Margate House

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Markree House Museum and Garden

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Maylands Lodge

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Moss Hotel

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Mount Stuart Greenhouse

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Mountain River House

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New Town Road House

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Open House Hobart Historic Ride

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Philip Smith Centre

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Princes Park Magazine

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Real Tennis Club

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Riverfront Motel

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Ryde Street House

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Salamanca Arts Centre

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Self-Guided Franklin Walk

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St David’s Cathedral

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St Pius X Church

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Strickland Avenue Unit

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Studio 65 (Level 3 & Rooftop)

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Supreme Court of Tasmania

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Tailored Tasmania Pod

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The Barn / Stone Flower

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The Crypt – St David’s Cathedral

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The Gents: Signs of Hobart Walk

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Topspace Studio Gallery

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Treasury and Finance Complex

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Urban Art Walls

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Van Tuil Design Studio

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Victoria Gunpowder Magazine

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Walking Tour: Designing the Nineteenth-Century City

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Walking tour: What style is it?

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Willie Smith’s Apple Shed

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Wrest Point Revolving Restaurant

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