Notice of Permanent Entry of a Place or Places in the Tasmanian Heritage Register

In accordance with section 21(1)(a) and section 26 (b) of the Historic Cultural Heritage Act 1995​, the Tasmanian Heritage Council gives notice that it has entered the places* listed below in the Tasmanian Heritage Register on a permanent basis:


THR 10995, Hobart Railway Goods Shed​, 10 Evans Street, Hobart

 Hobart Railway Goods Shed (PDF 4Mb)

THR 12078, Ulverstone State School, 2 Leven Street, Ulverstone

 Ulverstone State School (PDF 2Mb)

THR 12089, Grant ​Staples, 194-196 Cimitiere Street, Launceston

 Grant Staples (PDF 2Mb)

​​​THR 12092, Penitentiary Chapel and Criminal Courts Complex, 98A Campbell Street, Hobart

 Penitentiary Chapel and Criminal Courts Complex (PDF 2Mb)

THR 12093, J&T Gunn Building, 50 & 50B Brisbane Street and 61 George Street, Launceston

 J&T Gunn Building (PDF 2Mb)

THR 12097, THolyman House, 52-60 Brisbane Street, Launceston

 Holyman House (PDF 2Mb)

THR 12100, Runnymede, 61 Bay Road, New Town

 Runnymede (PDF 4Mb)​

Any person who lodged an objection or submission, may appeal to the Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal against a decision of the Heritage Council under section 27 of the Act. An appeal must be made in writing and lodged with the Appeal Tribunal (GPO Box 2036 Hobart 7001) within 30 days after this notice.

Ms Brett Torossi

Tasmanian Heritage Council
24 April​ 2024

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