The City has been working on designs for the second stage of improvements for Collins Court. We have collaborated with a variety of stakeholders to create an attractive multi-use space.
The Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre is a very popular community facility but at almost 24 years old, it is due for significant redevelopment.
The Elizabeth Street (Midtown) Retail Precinct Upgrade project will deliver improvements to pedestrian amenity and streetscape quality in Hobart’s ‘midtown’ area.
The City of Hobart is replacing the road and pedestrian bridges on Lenah Valley Road over the New Town Rivulet.
We are building new toilets at Long Beach, Sandy Bay as part of our commitment to develop contemporary, accessible and secure facilities for the City of Hobart.
Providing temporary expanded outdoor dining and street seating space, greening and bicycle racks in Midtown for a 12-month trial period.
The City of Hobart is upgrading the New Town retail precinct to improve pedestrian infrastructure and create a more vibrant and accessible streetscape for traders and local residents.
Guiding the future delivery of better public amenity, access and parking in the Elizabeth Street retail and restaurant strip.
The Regatta Ground car park is being upgraded and will include the installation of a separated cycleway linking the existing Hobart bike track with the Macquarie Point cycle way.
The City of Hobart is upgrading the precinct connecting Salamanca Place to Hobart’s waterfront to give the area a fresh, contemporary feel and provide a high-quality, safe and accessible space for everyone.
The shopping precinct in Macquarie Street, South Hobart will be upgraded to provide vibrant social spaces for the local community and improved pedestrian crossings in Macquarie Street.
Remediation works at the end of Weerona Avenue and along the pipeline track.
Four new mountain bike trails will be built by the City of Hobart as part of plans to create an improved, more connected recreational track network.