Albert Hall - Launceston TAS

Albert Hall
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Latitude:-41.4327  Longitude:147.1432

45 Tamar Street,
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The Albert Hall is one of Launceston’s most significant buildings due to its high degree of heritage value that is attributed to the Classical Victorian style of monumental public architecture.

It was built by J.T Farmils at a cost of 14,000 pounds in 1891 to house the Tasmanian Industrial Exhibition of 1891-92. The corner stone was laid by Samuel John Sutton, Esq. Mayor of Launceston on 2 April 1890. The exhibition itself was designed to ease the social misery caused by the… Read More

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