2019 PROGRAM

Welcome to the return of Open House Launceston! You’re invited to go behind the scenes of some of Launceston’s most interesting buildings.

Once again, Open House Hobart (OHH) is delighted to partner with Junction Arts Festival to present Open House Launceston on Saturday 7 September. 

You’ll be able to take a peek at how others live, work and play; look up, look inside, have a sticky-beak, and see the city from a different angle. Don’t forget your camera! Download the full Open House Launceston PDF program here.

Some buildings require registration to visit. In true Tassie style, it’s first in, best dressed. However, many buildings don’t require bookings – all you have to do is turn up! Be sure to check the information for each building below to plan your day.

As you make your way around the city, share your snaps with the world by using the hashtag #oh_launceston.

There’s some great Tasmanian loot to be won.

Go on, take a look – you’re gonna love it.

1 Elizabeth Street

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51 York Street

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ABC Building

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Albert Hall

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Architecture & Design, UTAS

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Big Picture Learning School

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Bread + Butter

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Brickworks Launceston Design Centre

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Cataract Gorge Play Space

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Chalmer’s Church

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City Baptist Church & Milton Hall

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Design Tasmania

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Examiner Building

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Florance Hotel

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Forster Street Pump Station

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Holy Trinity Anglican Church

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Japan: Archipelago of the house

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Kings Bridge Cottage

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Launceston Eye Hospital

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Launceston Fire Station

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Launceston Town Hall

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Milledge Lane

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National Theatre (Foot and Playsted)

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Paddy Dorney House

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Pod Inn

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Polish Pioneers Monument

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Princess Theatre

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Rostella Road House

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Sentinel lookout at the Cataract Gorge

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Stillwater Seven Boutique Accommodation

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Supreme Court Launceston

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The Trig

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Waverley Mills

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Wetlands Centre

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