Situated in the beautiful and historical city of Launceston, the Launceston Conference Centre caters to both public and corporate needs as a premium event venue. Opened in 1924, the building was once the largest woollen mill in the southern hemisphere and to this day retains much of its original heritage. Our modern facility has been added not as an afterthought, but as a graceful marriage of classic industrial architecture and contemporary design. Offering state-of-the-art amenities and the latest technology against a beautiful backdrop of national heritage, Launceston Conference Centre boasts flexible spaces, free wifi, convenient and free on-site parking, a qualified and experienced event team and all ability access. Located minutes from Launceston CBD and Launceston Airport, we are located just off Launceston's main access road, making us the perfect venue for events of all types and sizes.
It is my great pleasure to introduce you to the Launceston Conference Centre- one of Tasmania's most versatile and spacious venues for hosting events and conferences. We have so much to offer you, whatever kind of event or function you are planning.
Situated in the beautiful and historic city of Launceston, surrounded by fine dining experiences, wineries, and spectacular wilderness, our venue offers a truly unique experience. Our guests enjoy state of the art conference facilities amidst the character of a historic, industrial site, once Launceston's iconic- Coat's Patons' woollen mill- now Door of Hope Christian Church.
Launceston Conference Centre is a facility full of possibilities. Across our large site, we offer many options with 14 different rooms, including our main auditorium, which seats up to 850 people. Complete with high-quality audio-visual technology, including extensive stage lighting, our guests are always guaranteed a first-class production experience.
You and your guests will enjoy the many other great features of our centre, including:
I am here to work with you to create an event, tailored to your needs and exceed your expectations. Ultimately, we want you to feel cared for, valued and respected.
I would be happy to meet with you, take you on a tour, and discuss how we can fulfil your needs.
Conference Centre Manager
With a church community formed in the 1800s, and a home constructed in the 1920s, Door of Hope has a rich history in Launceston.
For well over 130 years, we have connected with and served our local community; from originally gathering in halls and tents, to our current home - a once-derelict building, now transformed into a place of vibrant life and hope, where we can connect people to the real source of truth.