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Hobart What’s On

The BCL Hobart What’s On pages have one events page per month. These pages have public holidays, school holidays and major events. Pages also include theatres, cinemas, festivals and other things to do.

See pages for each month: January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December | Find out more about posting your event here.

Cinemas in Tasmania Australia

CMax - Best St, Devonport. Metro Cinemas - Cnr Marine Tce & Wilmot St, Burnie. Tasmanian State Cinema - Licensed café and cinema in Elizabeth St, North Hobart. Village Cinemas - Eastlands, Glenorchy, Hobart and Launceston. Post your events on the forum to appear to appear in our What’s On pages – (here’s how)  … See more

Concerts and Festivals Tasmania Australia

Antarctic Tasmania - Mid Winter Festival The Australian Wooden Boat Festival, Sullivans Cove Cygnet Folk Festival: Tasmania's folk, world and roots music event. Hobart Fringe Festival Hobart Taste Festival The Longest Night Film Festival The Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC) is a non-profit, self-supporting Arts Centre, housed in buildings owned by the Government of Tasmania and… See more

December in Hobart and Tasmania

Christmas and the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. 1 December (Friday) - Devonport Show - Public holiday in municipal areas of Devonport, Kentish and Latrobe. 3 December (Sunday) 2017 – International Day of People with Disability – Aims to promote an understanding of people with a disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and… See more

Exhibitions and Galleries Tasmania Australia

Art Society of Tasmania Devonport Regional Gallery - 45-47 Stewart St, Devonport. Goulburn Gallery - 89-91 Goulburn Street, West Hobart. Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) 655 Main Road Berriedale, Hobart Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery Salamanca Arts Centre State Library of Tasmania Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery - 40 Macquarie St, Hobart… See more

Live Music Venues in Hobart and Tasmania

Country Club Tasmania - Prospect Vale, Launceston. Launceston Saloon - 191 Charles Street, Launceston. Republic Bar & Cafe - 299 Elizabeth St, Hobart. Syrup Nightclub - 39 Salamanca Pl, Hobart. Tattersalls Hotel - 112 Murray St, Hobart. UniBar @ University of Tasmania Wrest Point Entertainment Centre - 410 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay. Performing arts… See more

Museums and Historical Places To Go in Tasmania Australia

The Bligh Museum of Pacific Exploration - A privately run museum on Bruny Island in Southern Tasmania. Cascades Female Factory Historic Site tours available to learn about the experiences of the female convicts who worked in the factory and to explore the archaeological digs, the Memorial Garden, and the Matron's Cottage. Lady Nelson - The… See more

Places To Go in Tasmania Australia

The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts Virtual Parliamentary Tour see website about visits. State Library of Tasmania Blooming Tasmania Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery… See more

September in Hobart and Tasmania

3 September (Sunday) 2017 - Australian National Flag Day - The Australian Flag was first raised on this day in 1901. 3 September (Sunday) 2017 - Father's Day - (See Father's Day Gift ideas here.) 19 September (Tuesday) 2017 - Talk Like a Pirate Day - See the International Talk Like a Pirate Day website for… See more

Theatres in Tasmania Australia

Tasmanian Theatre Company is Tasmania's hottest theatre company, creating beautiful, entertaining and powerful stories that resonate with local and national audiences. Is Theatre. Is Good. Playhouse Theatre Salamanca Arts Centre Theatre North Including the Princess Theatre in Launceston Theatre Royal, Hobart Terrapin Puppet Theatre Company The Old Nick Company Inc has been presenting live theatre… See more

What’s On in February in Hobart and Tasmania Australia

6 February (Monday) 2017 - School Term 1 begins. Teachers start on the 1st and students start on the Wednesday 8th. (see AU school holiday dates) Chinese New Year (For Chinese New Year party and costume ideas see ThemesForParties: Oriental). 6 February (Monday) 2017 – New Zealand (Waitangi) Day Celebrations – Waitangi Day is New Zealand’s… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania Australia in August

13 August (Sunday) 2017 -  Chocolate Winterfest is Latrobe's wickedly delicious festival celebrating all things chocolate as you escape from the bleakness of winter. Be indulged by events individually or successively as you immerse in this chocolate experience. Latrobe is on the central northern coast of Tasmania, just 8 km south-east of Devonport on the… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania Australia in January

1 January (Sunday) 2017 – New Years Day (Public Holiday) 2 January (Monday) 2017 - Additional Public Holiday for New Year – it’s a long weekend! 6 to 8 January 2017 - Cygnet Folk Festival Music and Movement - A folk, world and roots music event including dance, arts and music. Cygnet is about 50km… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania Australia in June

5 June - World Environment Day - Commemorated each year on 5 June, is one of the principal vehicles through which the United Nations stimulates worldwide awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and action. 12 June (Monday) 2017 - Queen's Birthday - (see AU school and public holiday dates). Second Monday in June… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania Australia in March

7 March (Tuesday) 2017 - King Island Show - held on the first Tuesday in March. Local holiday only. 8 March (Wednesday) 2017 – International Women’s Day 13 March (Monday) 2017 - Eight Hours Day - Public Holiday on the second Monday in March (see AU public holidays) 17 March (Friday) 2017 – St Patrick’s… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania Australia in May

1 May (Monday) April 2017 – School Term 2 begins in Tasmanian schools – (see AU school holiday dates.) Australian Office Professionals Day – Visit our Secretary’s Day page for gift ideas. International Composting Awareness Week Australia (ICAW), is a week of activities, events and publicity to improve awareness about the importance of this valuable… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania in April

Change Your Smoke Alarm Battery Day 2 April (Sunday) 2017 – Daylight saving ends 3.00 am- put your clocks back 1 hour See time zones for more information. 13 April (Thursday) 2017 - School term 1 ends in Tasmanian schools. Students finish on the Wednesday - (see AU school holiday dates.) 14 April 2017 –… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania in July

July is mid-winter in Tasmania. 2 to 9 July 2017 - NAIDOC Week is held in the first full week of July. It is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements and is an opportunity to recognise the contributions that Indigenous Australians make to our country and our society… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania in November

6 November (Monday) 2017 – Recreation Day - Public holiday in all parts of the State which do not observe Royal Hobart Regatta 7 November (Tuesday) 2017 – Melbourne Cup Day For Cup Day costumes, outfits, and party ideas see ThemesForParties.com.au 11 November (Saturday) 2017 – Remembrance Day 16 November (Thursday) 2017 – International Day… See more

What’s on in Hobart and Tasmania in October

There are lots of local shows in Tasmania in October. National Organic Week Australia (NOW) is 10 days of activities designed to increase awareness of the benefits of organic products and farming production systems and accelerate the uptake of these in the wider Australian community and environment. 1 October (Sunday) 2017 - Daylight saving starts… See more