List of tallest buildings in Hobart
This list of tallest buildings in Hobart ranks the tallest in the Australian city of Hobart by height. This ranking system, created by the US-based Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat includes the height to a spire but not to an antenna. Most of the buildings in this table are within the city centre, However the 19-storey Wrest Point Casino at 73 m (240 ft) is located several kilometres away. It also stands as the tallest building in the state of Tasmania.
To maintain the city's identity with the nearby Derwent River and Mount Wellington Hobart currently has a range of height limits depending on the location with a 42 m (138 ft) height being the maximum allowable height. There are several buildings above this height that were constructed prior to the current height restrictions and the Hobart City Council has made exceptions to certain develops if it is found that the development in question would benefit the city.
|1||Wrest Point Casino||73 m (240 ft)||19||1973||Hotel||410 Sandy Bay Road||Tallest building in the state of Tasmania. Designed by Sir Roy Burman Grounds|
|2||NAB House||58 m (190 ft)||14||1968||Commercial||86 Collins Street||The Tallest building within the Hobart CBD and second tallest in Tasmania. Designed by Crawford Shurman Wegman Architects.|
|3||Commonwealth Government Centre||52 m (171 ft)||16||1976||Government||188 Collins Street|
|4||Trafalgar Building||50 m (164 ft)||15||1987||Mixed||108-100 Collins Street|
|5||Jaffa Building||48 m (157 ft)||14||1978||Commercial||39 Murray Street|
|6||Wellington Centre||48 m (157 ft)||14||2012||Mixed||42 Argyle Street Hobart||Designed by Jaws Architects|
|7||10 Murray Street||47 m (154 ft)||14||1967||Government||10 Murray Street||Due to be demolished. Designed by Hartley Wilson & Partners.|
|8||Hydro Tasmania Building||46 m (151 ft)||12||1972||Commercial||4 Elizabeth Street|
|9||Shadforth Building||46 m (151 ft)||10||1978||Commercial||111 Macquarie Street|
|10||65 Murray Street||45 m (148 ft)||12||1961||Commercial||65 Murray Street||Designed by Philip Lighton Floyd and Beattie|
|11||TGIO Building||45 m (148 ft)||12||1974||Commercial||144 Macquarie Street|
|12||ANZ Centre||44 m (144 ft)||11||1992||Commercial||22 Elizabeth street|
|13||Empress Towers||N/A||42 m (138 ft)||12||1967||Residential||1-3 Battery Square|
|14||Hotel Grand Chancellor||42 m (138 ft)||12||1987||Hotel||1 Davey Street|
|15||Royal Hobart Hospital||42 m (138 ft)||11||1967||Hospital||48 Liverpool Street|
|16||Tasmanian Banking Services Building||N/A||40 m (131 ft)||11||1979||Commercial||45 Murray Street|
|17||Executive Building||40 m (131 ft)||10||1988||Government||15 Murray Street|
|18||Lands Building||40 m (131 ft)||10||1976||Government||134 Macquarie Street|
|19||Marine Board Building||39 m (128 ft)||11||1972||Commercial||1 Franklin Wharf|
|20||Hobart Corporate Centre||N/A||37 m (121 ft)||9||1988||Commercial||83-85 Macquarie Street|
Major future projects
This is a list of the tallest buildings under construction, approved or proposed in Hobart.
The proposed hotel at MONA is within the planning boundaries of the Glenorchy City Council and will therefor height restrictions are not expected to be as strict. If approved, the Hotel will be one of the tallest buildings in Tasmania.
If completed, 145 Liverpool Street would be one of the largest office buildings within Hobart. However, due to difficulty attracting tenants the future of this development is uncertain.
|MONA Hotel||73||240||N/A||Hotel||TBA||Berriedale||Proposed |
|145 Liverpool Street||50||160||13||Commercial||TBA||City centre||Approved |
|Icon Complex||49||161||12||Mixed||2017||City centre||Under Construction |
|Royal Hobart Hospital K1/K2 Towers||46||151||11||Hospital||TBA||City centre||Construction halted |
|40 Bathurst Street||39||128||10||Mixed||2014||City centre||Under construction |
|49 Melville Street||40||130||15||Mixed||2016||City centre||Approved |
|2-4 Salamanca Place||35||115||7||Government||2016||Salamanca||Under construction|
|173-177 Macquarie Street||35||115||N/A||Hotel||TBA||City centre||Proposed |