Albert Hall Renewal Project

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This consultation has concluded.

Next month the the City of Launceston will begin a $10 million upgrade of Launceston's iconic Albert Hall thanks to funding from the Federal Government.


The project is aiming to:


  1. Enhance the users' experience of the Albert Hall
  2. Increase flexibility of the various spaces within the hall
  3. Retain the heritage significance of the hall
  4. Create a more sustainable asset for the City of Launceston,


The project will be undertaken in three stages:


Stage one:

Upgrades to heating, lighting, audio and visual capabilities, and WIFI connectivity. This stage will also include repairs to the roof.


Stage two:

Major improvements to the hall's toilet facilities and meeting rooms, as well as upgrades to the stage access and under stage dressing rooms.


Stage three:

Proposes changes to the exterior of the building and will help improve connectivity between the hall and City Park.


Consultation has been undertaken in recent months with various user groups and event stakeholders to formulate the first two stages of works and now we want to hear from you!



How can you get involved?


Have your say by taking the two minute survey here.



This survey will close on 31 January 2021 at 5.00pm.



Next month the the City of Launceston will begin a $10 million upgrade of Launceston's iconic Albert Hall thanks to funding from the Federal Government.


The project is aiming to:


  1. Enhance the users' experience of the Albert Hall
  2. Increase flexibility of the various spaces within the hall
  3. Retain the heritage significance of the hall
  4. Create a more sustainable asset for the City of Launceston,


The project will be undertaken in three stages:


Stage one:

Upgrades to heating, lighting, audio and visual capabilities, and WIFI connectivity. This stage will also include repairs to the roof.


Stage two:

Major improvements to the hall's toilet facilities and meeting rooms, as well as upgrades to the stage access and under stage dressing rooms.


Stage three:

Proposes changes to the exterior of the building and will help improve connectivity between the hall and City Park.


Consultation has been undertaken in recent months with various user groups and event stakeholders to formulate the first two stages of works and now we want to hear from you!



How can you get involved?


Have your say by taking the two minute survey here.



This survey will close on 31 January 2021 at 5.00pm.



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This consultation has concluded.

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