Dark Mofo is set to return to Hobart, Mona, and beyond with rituals old and new in the biggest festival yet.
The Business Events Tasmania (BET) board has appointed Marnie Craig to the position of CEO to drive the destination’s share of both domestic and international business.
The new hotel will reside in re-purposed heritage buildings in Parliament Square. Learn more here.
Scheduled to open in 2018, the new hotel will be located in re-purposed heritage buildings in Parliament Square.
Australia’s first Hyatt Centric hotel is planned for Hobart, Tasmania.
Chef Oli Mellers has returned home to lead the team at Landscape Restaurant and Grill.
Hobart’s newest hotel development, MACq 01 on the waterfront, has released artist’s impressions.
Wrest Point in Hobart has scheduled upgrades to its conference and event facilities in the coming months.
Hobart welcomes a new culinary attraction.
Over 1600 delegates will converge on Wrest Point for the Lions Club Centenary conference.
TFE Hotels will operate a new-build hotel opposite Royal Hobart Hospital.
Mantra Group has purchased Hotel Collins in Hobart and the Hotel Charles in Launceston, with the takeover set to take place on April 30.
The Public Relations Institute of Australia’s (PRIA) 2015 national conference will be held in Hobart from 25-27 October 2015.
Tourism Australia hosted a Restaurant Australia dinner for the world’s most influential food and wine VIPs at Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) on Friday 14th November.
Asahi hosted a Silver Sessions dinner event at MONA in Hobart recently as part of Dark Mofo.
Business Events Tasmania CEO Stuart Nettlefold yesterday revealed that the building application for new hotel and conferencing facilities at Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) has been approved.
Qantas has held its ninth annual Spirit of Youth Awards (SOYA365), recognising 11 outstanding young Australians for their creative talent.
Rekorderlig Cider partnered up with Dark Mofo for the opening of the festival held in Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art
Conference delegates weren’t the only ones smiling this week as they enjoyed renowned performer Wendy Matthews on the lawns of the internationally acclaimed Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania.
Tasmania’s Salamanca Wharf Hotel has opened its doors offering guests a boutique contemporary apartment hotel accommodation experience in the heart of Hobart’s premier entertainment precinct.