Hobart is a world-class destination with its captivating history, picturesque harbour, rugged mountains, gourmet food and wine experiences and hip arts and cultural scene – the city has something for everyone.

What makes Hobart great for conferences?

Most conference venues are within an easy walking distance of shops, restaurants and attractions. Quality transport providers are readily available for large groups. Public transport in the form of taxis, ferries and buses is readily available.

Explore some the conference venues we work with in Hobart.

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart is a 4½ star hotel situated on the waterfront in central Hobart on 5 minutes from the CBD and a 10-minute walk to Salamanca and Battery Point. The hotel offers a restaurant, one bar, 24-hour room service, valet parking, hairdressing salon and lobby shops. The onsite Health…

The Henry Jones Art Hotel

The Henry Jones Art Hotel is Australia’s first dedicated Art Hotel which opened on Hobart’s waterfront in late April 2004.  Standing on the historic site where Governor Collins first settled Hobart over 200 years ago, a row of early colonial warehouses dating from the 1820’s and a former IXL jam factory…

Lenna of Hobart

Lenna of Hobart is ideally located on Hobart's waterfront amidst the colour of Sullivan's Cove and historic Battery Point and just a stone’s throw from fashionable Salamanca Place and the city centre. The stately National Trust mansion was built in 1874 whilst the accommodation wing, adjacent to the…

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Conference Tips - Planning

Conference Tips - Planning

So you've been asked to organise a conference. It might be your first time or maybe you’ve done it many times before but the reality is, you want it to be a success without creating too much stress. Conference planning involves: Goal setting Venue selection Budgeting Conference management Financial…

Conference Tips - Meeting Specifications or a Request for Proposal (RFP)

Conference Tips - Meeting Specifications or a Request for Proposal (RFP)

Documenting your conference specifications is important because it forces you to think about the resources your group needs to meet the conference objectives. In the long run, it will save you time as having your requirements down on paper will come in handy when you’re dealing directly with a venue…

Conference Tips - Assistance

Conference Tips - Assistance

If all this sounds like an overwhelming responsibility, that’s because it is. Tens, or sometimes hundreds, of thousands of dollars are spent on a conference. Making the event a success reflects well on the organiser but the opposite is also true. Conference planning is a step-by-step process: Goal…

The Conference Organiser's Guide

A complete guide for executive assistants and event organisers to successfully plan and run their next conference.

What it covers:

  • Understanding the purpose of the conference
  • Venue selection
  • Financial Planning
  • Conference management
  • Debrief and review

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