An article was published in The Mercury about the Antarctic and Science precinct: “AN Antarctic and Science precinct earmarked for Macquarie Point would be a priority project under a Hobart City Deal. As the first piece of significant infrastructure to be removed from the site, the Cold Store, was demolished, State Growth Minister Matthew Groom […]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 Eden Project Hobart: ‘The Eden Project’s new international arm is expected in Hobart before the end of the year as it prepares a business case for its Macquarie Point proposal. Eden Project International chief executive David Harland was in Melbourne earlier this month and spoke […]Read more
An article was published in The Mercury about the launch of the Reconciliation Council of Tasmania launch at Macquarie Point: ‘HUNDREDS of people from across the state packed into a shed on the Hobart waterfront for today’s launch of the Reconciliation Council of Tasmania. Aboriginal leaders and leaders from the wider community rubbed shoulders […]Read more
Win News Tasmania ran a story about the Reconciliation Council of Tasmania’s launch held at Macquarie Point. View the full story hereRead more
An article was published in the Sunday Tasmanian about Eden Project Hobart: ‘A MACQUARIE Point Antarctic experience so realistic it could be “life-threatening” is in the advanced design stage as UK eco-tourism venture the Eden Project expands internationally. The environmental charity, world renowned for its domed visitor centre in Cornwall, has engaged a multinational […]Read more
An article was published in The Mercury about the Intercity Cycleway extension through Macquarie Point: ‘THE Hobart City Council will provide $400,000 to link the Intercity Cycleway to Macquarie Point. Part of the masterplan for the “once in a generation” development is to extend the cycling track from the Regatta Grounds through Macquarie Point […]Read more
An article was published in The Mercury about the position on CEO at Macquarie Point” ‘The woman tasked with steering the Macquarie Point redevelopment during a significant change of course has landed a permanent gig. Premier Will Hodgman said interim Macquarie Point Development Corporation chief executive officer Mary Massina’s permanent appointment followed an “extensive recruitment […]Read more