Type of space: Non Traditional (e.g. foyer, waiting room, bus shelter, letter-boxes)

    Beneath the popular Princes Park in Battery Point, a disused, fully intact subterranean magazine can be found. Surrounded by corridors, it still remains after the dismantling of the Mulgrave, Prince of Wales and Prince Albert Batteries in 1880.

    The vaulted sandstone corridors give the space a unique acoustic quality. The historical and atmospheric aesthetic favours light and visual arts installations, small theatrical events and paired-back classical or contemporary music.

    Price terms

    Case by case basis. Hourly rate listed is the Commercial rate. Community rates also available.

    City of Hobart Fees & Charges Booklet:

    Special Requirements

    License to serve alcohol may be required.

    Parking Notes

    Metered and unmetered street parking nearby, commercial car parks nearby

    This space is suitable for ExhibitionsFilmFilm LocationInstallationMusic / SoundOpenings/launchesPerformancePhotoshootsSinging


    • Floor Dimensions 52.00 meters sq.
    • Ceiling Height Standard (up to 3m)
    • Max. Capacity 45
    • Floorplan Download