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Tasmanian architecture

Notable buildings

The buildings on the list below were recommended for inclusion in the National Estate Register.

A Report on the list, Volume I (June 1994) and Volume II (May 1997) was the collaborative work of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (Tasmanian Chapter) and the Department of Urban Design, University of Tasmania.

The Report was produced with funds provided by the Commonwealth Government under the National Estate Grants Program.

Recommended for inclusion in the National Estate Register:

1900–20 post Federation

  • Glasgow Engineering Factory, Launceston, architect unknown, 1900
  • Athenaeum Club, Hobart, RF Ricards, 1903
  • Victoria League House, East Launceston, J Martin Haenke, 1905
  • Examiner & Express Building, Launceston, Harold Masters, 1911
  • The Gables, Sandy Bay, Chris Couper, 1911
  • Hobart Fire Station, Department of Public Works, 1911 & 1925
  • Grandstand at Mowbray Racecourse, AH Masters, 1914
  • Hobart City Hall, RN Butler, 1915

1920–30 early interwar

  • Lutana Estate, Lutana, Walter Butler, 1922
  • Patons Baldwins Wool Milling Factory, West Launceston, Frank Heyward – North Ricards & Heyward, 1922–23
  • Shepherd's Corner, Launceston, HS East, 1923
  • St Finn Barr's School, Thomas Tandy, 1926
  • Hobart Technical College, government architect, Dept Public Works, 1926, 1938, 1954
  • Victoria Street Service Station/Kiosk, David Hartley Wilson, 1928
  • Finney's Building, Launceston, Frank Heyward, 1930

1930–45 moderne

  • Alfred Harrop & Sons, Launceston, Colin Philp, 1931
  • East House, South Launceston, HS East, 1933
  • Nos 6 and 8 Biffrons Court, Launceston, Colin Philp, 1933–34
  • Duncan House, Launceston, Colin Philp, 1934
  • Colonial Mutual Life Building, Hobart, Hennesey & Hennesey (Sydney), 1934–36
  • Holyman House, Launceston, R S Smith – HS East & Roy Smith, 1936
  • Ogilvie High School, New Town, SWT Blythe/Dept Public Works, 1936
  • Masonic Temple, Hobart, A Lauriston Crisp, 1936–38
  • Star Theatre, Launceston, Crick & Furse, Masters, 1937
  • Royal Hobart Hospital, Leighton Irwin (Melbourne), 1937
  • T & G Mutual Life Society Building, Hobart, A & K Henderson, 1938
  • Sunray Flats, Hobart, Colin Philp - Hartley Wilson & Philp, 1938
  • Hydro Electric Commission, Hobart, A & K Henderson & Partners (Melbourne), 1939
  • Goulburn Street Primary School, Hobart, SWT Blythe/Public Works Department, 1943

1945–55 postwar recovery

  • Lufra Hotel, Eaglehawk Neck, Seabrook & Fildes, 1948
  • 6A Elboden Street Residence, South Hobart, Rod Cooper, 1953
  • Friends Preparatory School, North Hobart, SWT Blythe, 1953

1955–70 contemporary

  • Snows Dry Cleaning Building, Glenorchy, JH Esmond Dorney, 1957
  • Pius X Church, Taroona, JH Esmond Dorney, 1958
  • Ashfield Court Apartments, Sandy Bay, Frank Stary, 1960
  • ABC Glass Mosaic Mural, Hobart, George Davis, 1960
  • Christ College, Sandy Bay, Dirk Bolt-Hartley, Wilson & Bolt, 1960
  • State Library of Tasmania, Hobart, JDF Scarborough, 1960
  • Triptree & Barnett Houses, Taroona, Ray Heffernan, 1962
  • Moon Residence, Sandy Bay, Jim Moon, 1962
  • Bathing Pavilion, Lower Sandy Bay, Dirk Bolt-Hartley, Wilson & Bolt, 1962
  • York Park Entrance Gates & Grandstand, Launceston, WL Clennett, 1963
  • Mt St Canice Gymnasium, Sandy Bay, Robert Nation-Cooper & Vincent, 1965–71
  • Trust Bank, 56 Elizabeth Street, Hobart, Hartley Wilson & Partners, 1966
  • Moorilla Estate Residences, Berriedale, Roy Grounds – Grounds, Romberg & Boyd, 1966
  • State Offices Building: Public Works, Hobart, Dept Public Works/D Hartley Wilson & Partners, 1967

1970–80 brutalism & late modernism

  • Rokeby Fire Station, Rokeby, Howroyd & Forward, 1978
  • Catell Residence, Hobart, Michael Viney, Heffernan Nation Rees Viney, 1979
  • Banks Paton Advertising Offices, 55 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart, Ray Heffernan – Heffernan Nation Viney, 1979
  • Nation & Boyes Houses, Lower Sandy Bay, Robert Nation – Heffernan Nation Rees Viney, 1979Antarctic Division Headquarters, Kingston, The Architects Partnership with the Commonwealth Department of Housing & Construction, 1979–80
  • Wombat One Pavilion, Hobart, Students of the Tasmanian College of Advanced Education School of Environmental Design with Richard Leplastrier, 1980

1980–2000 late 20th century

  • Calvin Christian Primary School, Kingston, Barry McNeill, 1982
  • Claremont Golf Club, Claremont, Michael Viney – Heffernan & Viney, 1983