Art and Culture

Launceston and Northern Tasmania is home to a wealth of creativity! With a long standing commitment to the arts and culture scene. Evidence of this can be found everywhere you look; at the architecture, the tributes to local artists in many of Northern Tasmania’s region cafes and restaurants.

Northern Tasmania is home to an active community of artists, designers, makers and musicians. And delivery of this talent can be seen well throughout the regions with Northern Tasmania being home to countless galleries, and performing arts studios.

  • Franklin House

    Franklin House

    413 - 419 Hobart Road Franklin Village Hobart Road Franklin Village Launceston

    Franklin House was built by convicts and is located in northern Tasmania at Franklin Village, Launceston. Built by former convict and successful businessman Britton Jones, Franklin House is notable for its rich use of imported Australian Red Cedar. Extend ...
  • Gallery Pejean

    Gallery Pejean

    Gallery Pejean 57 George Street Launceston City Launceston

    Gallery Pejean showcases select established and emerging visual artists, with a focus on Tasmanian artists. Gallery Pejean, a gallery of contemporary art, is located in the heart of Launceston's CBD in the vibrant George Street precinct. It promotes and p ...
  • Mill Providore and Gallery – The

    Mill Providore and Gallery – The

    2 Bridge Road Launceston City Launceston

    The Mill Providore and Gallery showcases Tasmania's fine foods, art works and handcrafted gifts, it is located in the top two floors of a historic 1830s flour mill on the banks of the Tamar River, above Stillwater Restaurant. Contemporary offerings in the ...
  • Tin Shed Artist Studios

    Tin Shed Artist Studios

    13 Russell Street Invermay Launceston

    Tin Shed Artist Studios is a shared artistic workplace situated in Launceston, Northern Tasmania. The Shed offers an affordable studio space to aspiring and experienced artists with individual display areas. Resident at present are 16 artists practicing ...
  • Avoca Museum and Information Centre

    Avoca Museum and Information Centre

    16 Blenheim Street Avoca

    The Avoca Museum and Information Centre (AMIC) in the 106 year old heritage listed building promotes the beautiful Fingal Valley region. The old Avoca State School opened in 1908 at a cost of 348 pounds, and in 1929 73 pupils were enrolled. Prime Minist ...