Clarion Hotel City Park Grand
22 Tamar Street
Launceston, TS 7250
Phone: (61) 3 63317633
Fax: (61) 3 63341579
The art-deco structure of the Princess Theatre has been a visible landmark in the city of Launceston since 1911. Opening as a silent cinema house, the theater showed some of the best Hollywood and regional films for decades, till 1970, when it was bought by the city council and re-opened as a live performance venue. Since then, the theater has featured prominently in the music and theater scene of the city, playing host to some of the most famous name in the industry. Do see the website to know more about the Princess Theatre.
Also known as York Park, the Aurora Stadium was opened in 1921, and was originally the home of the North Launceston Football Club. Check website for more details.
Located across Brisbane Street, the Village Launceston offers four screens for movie buffs. For movie schedule and other details, check website.
Silverdome is Tasmania's premier entertainment and sporting center. Construction started on the Silverdome in 1984 and the venue held its first event in 1985. The facility operated as a Government Business Enterprise from its opening until 2007. It is owned and operated by the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts and is managed by the Tasmanian Institute of Sport. Launceston Silverdome commonly hosts entertainment and sport events, exhibitions, meetings and conferences.