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City of Hobart will be undertaking essential works to upgrade the mainlifts in Argyle Street Carpark.
A major upgrade of the Big Bend fire trail on kunanyi/Mt Wellington improves safety for firefighting teams and as an emergency evacuation route.
The Bridge of Remembrance connects two of Hobart’s most significant places of remembrance, the Cenotaph and the Soldiers Memorial Avenue.
A new roundabout at the Upper Domain Road and Cleary's Gate Road intersection.
Fern Tree Park is a key gateway to Hobart’s famous mountain, kunanyi/Mt Wellington.The City of Hobart redeveloped the park as a truly modern gateway to Wellington Park for all visitors to enjoy.
As part of the Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements, the City of Hobart undertook works to repair our stormwater assets along the Hobart Rivulet damaged during the May 2018 flood.
The refurbishment of the John Doggett Park playground is complete.The final element of the refurbishment was the provision of a new combination climbing structure and slide. The slide has now been installed.
Legacy Park is the community space between the Soldiers Memorial Oval and the Domain Athletic Centre named in recognition of the considerable contribution of Legacy to Hobart and the wider Australian community.
The City of Hobart is replacing the road and pedestrian bridges on Lenah Valley Road over the New Town Rivulet.
Upgrading the stormwater and road infrastructure in Liverpool Street, West Hobart to reduce the potential risk of damage to properties and the roadway.
The Augusta Road shopping village in Lenah Valley was upgraded to improve the quality of the streetscape and pedestrian amenity, and to provide vibrant, accessible and attractive social spaces for the community.
The iconic North-South mountain bike track on kunanyi /Mount Wellington should be back on track by November after May’s devastating floods carved out a four-metre crater around the Clapper Bridge.
Hobart City Hall is so much more than just a physical site for Hobartians. In order to realise its full community benefit, the City has engaged a group of consultants to develop creative and achievable approaches to maximise the frequency and diversity of its use.
An all-abilities bicycle and pedestrian bridge over Brooker Avenue, built to advance Hobart’s pedestrian and cycling network.
The Sandy Bay Retail Precinct on Sandy Bay Road, between Byron Street and Russell Crescent is a centre for major retail activity.
The Sandy Bay Road walking and cycling project is an integral part of our vision to achieve sustainable transport outcomes and make Hobart a more liveable and people-friendly city.
The newly built multi-purpose community space will be open for online bookings from 20 July 2020 and has been designed and built with the local community in mind.
Pedestrian improvements have been implemented in South Hobart to make the busy shopping area safer for pedestrians.
The City of Hobart has created a new nature-based playground at Tolmans Hill, featuring three mountain bike tracks, and playground equipment.