The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel in Hobart, Tasmania, has established a network of quality Corporate Partners and is proud to be affiliated with the following partners:


Barnardos Australia is one of the leading child protection charities in Australia.
For more than 130 years Barnardos Australia has been at the forefront of child protection, finding real, permanent solutions for Australian children in desperate need. We believe all children deserve to be loved and nurtured

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Theatre Royal

Why not mix your love of history with your passion for the arts during your time in Tasmania? Located in Hobart, the Theatre Royal was opened in 1837 and is Australia’s oldest working theatre. The Theatre Royal presents an annual program of live theatre, contemporary music, dance and entertainment within a magnificent and historically significant setting.
For bookings and details freecall 1800 650 277 (within Australia) or visit

Tas Theatre Company

The Tasmanian Theatre Company showcases the best of Australian and particularly Tasmanian theatre. The TTC exists to enrich Tasmania as a place to live by making, presenting and facilitating exceptional theatrical experiences with an emphasis on contemporary new work. Performing works on both stages of the Theatre Royal, just a short stroll from the Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel, the Tasmanian Theatre Company offers fantastic entertainment options for those visiting Tasmania. Check out this years program at

Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

For more than six decades the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra has been at the forefront of concert life in Tasmania. Resident in Hobart’s purpose-built Federation Concert Hall—a leisurely two-minute walk from the Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel—the TSO performs everything from early Romantic music to instantly recognisable cinematic pieces to new Australian commissions. Featuring the combined talents of 47 world-class musicians led by Chief Conductor and Artist Director Marko Letonja, the TSO is an official Tasmanian Icon! For more information, call the TSO Box Office on 1800 001 190 or go to

CEO Tasmania

CEO Tasmania understands that it is lonely at the top and as leaders we don’t always have all the answers all the time. We provide Safe, Supportive, Inspirational and of course Highly Confidential peer to peer environments for you, the business leader, to discuss the issues that literally keep you awake at night.
Bringing you together with your peers from non-competing business’s in relevant and intelligent round table discussion means that you will gain the skills to become a much coveted leader.
CEO Tasmania providing real world solutions for real world business problems.

Hobart International Tennis Tournament

Held in Hobart, Tasmania, this annual event is part of the Australian Open Series. It attracts the top women’s tennis players from around the world. Past players have included names like Serena Williams, Eugenie Bouchard, Justine Henin, Alicia Molik, Kim Clijsters and Svetlana Kuznetsova. For bookings and further information, phone 1300 858 836 or visit

North Melbourne Football Club

The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel is proud to be the official ‘Hobart Home of the Roos’ for 2016. The North Melbourne Football Club, nicknamed The Kangaroos, is the fourth oldest club in the Australian Football League (AFL) and is one of the oldest sporting clubs in Australia. NMFC is based in North Melbourne, Victoria, but is currently committed to three home fixtures per year at Bellerive Blundstone Arena in Tasmania. For more information and booking details of NMFC matches in Hobart, Tasmania visit

Tasmania 40° South

40 Degrees South is Tasmania’s national and international journal. It is read by around 90,000 people in some 70 countries. It is a magazine that celebrates all that is good about Australia’s island state. Richly illustrated with superb photographs it presents the wilderness, wildlife, industry, lifestyle, people and possibilities of Tasmania. To subscribe visit