What’s On in Hobart

There is always something to keep you active and entertained in and around Hobart.

Whether you are traveling for leisure or business – perhaps attending a conference in Tasmania, there are some quality activities all within close proximity to our Hobart hotel.

Visit our Nearby Activities page for more of our favourite tours and attractions.

The events below are not exhaustive but offer taste of what’s happening soon in Hobart.


Tasmanian Theatre Company Season 2015

Various locations

To be a nationally significant theatre company that is integral to the life of the Tasmanian community.


To produce and facilitate exceptional theatrical experiences. We inspire and entertain our audiences, enrich and invigorate our community and support Tasmanian artists.

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Theatre Royal Season 2015

Theatre Royal

We’re very excited about the 2015 Season and what we are able to bring to you, to your friends and your family. You’ll have a memorable season with us, and we invite you to come along and join in the fun.

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Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Season 2015

Federation Concert Hall

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Telstra Hobart Chargers Season 2015

Hobart Netball and Sports Stadium

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Marina Abramović – Private Archaeology


This exhibition will explore how Abramović has reduced and refined her work over a forty-year career, to focus on a central, unifying ideology: what she calls ‘the art of the immaterial’. This involves the use of objects and simple rituals – either by the audience or the artist herself – to transport us to full consciousness of the present moment.

Click here for packages including accommodation and tickets to MONA.

MONA opening hours: Wednesday – Monday 10am – 6pm (closed Tuesday)

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Netball World Cup Warm Up Games

Various locations

The National teams from Scotland and Wales will use Tasmania as their training base in the lead up to the World Cup starting August 7th in Sydney. Joining them in Tasmania is an Australian elite squad comprised of athletes identified within the national high performance pathway – our future Diamonds.

Wales (currently ranked 8 in the world) competes in the equivalent of the ANZ Championships, with the Celtic Dragons in the NSL (Netball Superleague), the only non-English club to compete. Scotland is ranked 11 in the world.

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AFL North Melbourne vs St Kilda

Blundstone Arena Bellerive

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Sydney Dance Company – De Novo

Theatre Royal

Sydney Dance Company presents a program of three highly entertaining pieces – a cocktail of witty, exhilarating and joyously physical dance that will make you laugh aloud.

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