Image: Proved by Anglesea Barracks

With buildings made of convict brick and local sandstone dating back to 1814, Anglesea Barracks is the oldest military barracks still in use in Australia and includes the country’s only nineteenth-century military prison.

 

Want to see Open House Hobart city buildings quickly? Why not ride? Thanks to the Bicycle Network Tas a bike rack will be set up at this location.

Bike racks will be set at 3 locations across the city:

  • Royal Tennis Club
  • Victoria Gunpowder Magazine
  • Princes Park Magazine

Click here to join the Open House Hobart Historic Ride

Address: 96 – 120 Davey St, Hobart

Open: Saturday 10 November 2018. Tours only.

Highlights: Army Museum of Tasmania

Tours: 10 am, 11 am, 12 noon, 1 pm. Meet at the gate. BOOKINGS ONLINE OR JUST TURN UP ON THE HOUR AT THE GATE

Building specs: Type: Army Barracks. Year Built: 1814. Architects: John Lee Archer, JC Victor, Richard Turton, Roger Kelsall

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