An article was published in the Mercury about Macquarie Point as part of the Tassie 2022 campaign: “A HOBART City Deal and the environmental auditor signing off on remediation is required for work on the transformation of Macquarie Point to be well under way by 2022. Macquarie Point chief executive Mary Massina told the Mercury that in […]Read more
The development of the Macquarie Point site is a long-term project that will not be fully realised for ten years or more. As activities progress we will share new developments and updated information with you. This is one of the pages you can visit to find updated information and news. Please contact us if you can’t find what you’re looking for.
An article was published in the Mercury about the proposed Antarctic and Science Precinct: “ENTICING more countries to base their Antarctic programs in Hobart is unlikely to succeed without improved facilities, says TasPorts. In a submission to a parliamentary inquiry into the Australian Antarctic Territory, TasPorts said developing better port infrastructure would help Hobart become […]Read more
An article was published in the Mercury about McVilly Cafe and Cycles at Macquarie Point’s Red Square: “VAUGHAN McVilly hopes cyclists will get their punctures fixed — and a caffeine fix — at his new Macquarie Point bike track stopover. But more than that, he hopes his dad, six-time Australian champion Graham McVilly who died in […]Read more
An article was published in the Mercury about a Hobart City Deal: “ASSISTANT Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation Angus Taylor has visited Hobart to look at projects that might be considered as part of a federally funded “city deal”. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull signed a city deal with Launceston in April. Mr Taylor yesterday […]Read more
An article was published in The Mercury about the Derwent Valley Railway: “THE Derwent Valley Railway is steaming ahead with its plans to establish a tourist link from New Norfolk to National Park as it works on broader plans to carry cruise ship passengers directly to Mt Field…. The railway recently collected some redundant track from […]Read more
The Macquarie Point Development Corporation is calling for registrations of interest for interim activation proposals on the former Cold Store site at Macquarie Point in Hobart, Tasmania. This presents an exciting opportunity for a range of arts, cultural and tourism activation activities to unlock a large concrete hardstand area of about 4000 square meters in […]Read more
The Macquarie Point Development Corporation will open a registration of interest process for interim development on the former cold store site on the corner of Davey and Evans Streets. This presents an exciting opportunity for a range of arts, cultural and tourism activation activities to unlock a large concrete hardstand area of about 4000 square […]Read more