Be rewarded for dining out this summer.
Backyard Bandicoots: Help us protect the eastern barred bandicoots.
Resilient Hobart: Information on projects that support Hobart's resilience and recovery when the city and its residents are faced with adversity.
Hobart Respects All is about empowering bystanders to support anyone who is being targeted by racism. Find out more here.
General information on the COVID-19 outbreak
The City of Hobart declared the Hobart CBD smoke-free on 15 April, 2020. Find out more here.
Click here for information about car, motorcycle and bicycle parking in the City of Hobart
Find out more about the mountain, check the pinnacle webcams and see if Pinnacle Road is open here.
Pay your parking fine, rates bill, or other payment
Find out what job vacancies are open for applications, or apply for a position online.
Check your bin collection day, request a new bin, or find out more about recycling options here
Tasmania’s own market takes place every Saturday from 8.30 am to 3.00 pm. Find out more.
Submit or check an application, view advertised applications, add information, or make an enquiry.
The next meeting of the full council will be on Wednesday 27 January 2021.
View fitness class schedules, opening times, swim school information and more
Published on 22 January 2021
Residents of properties backing on to bushland are being enlisted in the fight to protect Hobart’s eastern barred bandicoots, through the City of Hobart’s Backyard Bandicoots program.
Published on 14 January 2021
Visitors to kunanyi / Mount Wellington are urged to keep their eyes peeled for a colourful bushland invader this summer.
Published on 12 January 2021
Kids are making a splash in the new-look leisure pool at the Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre.
31 January 2021
Ever tried sailing? Come along to a ‘come and try’ sailing session where people of all abilities are accepted and encouraged.
11 February 2021
Tai Chi is easy to learn. Bend, flow and balance with Wendy and friends in the nature and surrounds of Franklin Square. All levels of fitness and ability welcome!
12 February 2021
Join in for some fun and learn new ideas to get your kids active in your home.
Many of the City of Hobart forms are available to submit online.
Most of these forms are also available to print out and submit at a later date which you can do in one of the following ways:
If you need a permit for parking or road closures, to carry out an activity in a public space, to register a food business or your dog, you will find forms here to assist many of your needs.
If you would like to book a sports ground, park or reserve, the Town Hall or any other facilities or locations that are available for hire within the municipal area, you will find forms here to assist many of your needs.
Some of these forms include applying to have your parking fine reviewed, submitting a representation or applying for right to information.
If you have a need to request a change, let us know about an issue that may be affecting you from animal management to environmental health and more, you will find forms here to assist many of your needs.
Find out more about the City of Hobart's major development applications.
Share your thoughts and ideas on the City’s projects and future plans at Your Say Hobart.
Background and information on the status of the kunanyi/Mt Wellington cable car planning application
16 Elizabeth Street Hobart
Mon–Fri, 8.15 am – 5.15 pm
03 6238 2711
Town Hall, Macquarie Street Hobart
GPO Box 503
Hobart Tasmania 7001
The City of Hobart acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal People as the Traditional Owners and ongoing custodians of lutruwita, Tasmania. We pay our respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and to their Elders past, present and emerging.