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The Old Mercury Building
91-93 Macquarie St, Niplaluna/Hobart TAS 7000
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Paid street parking can be found in the streets surrounding The Old Mercury Building. Most parking is metered at 1 hour or less and does not feature reliable drop kerbs close by.
The closest multi-storey car park is Argyle Street Car Park at 38 Argyle St, Hobart, TAS 7000. It is a 5-minute, primarily flat with a slight decline journey from this car park to The Old Mercury Print Hall entrance on Argyle Street.
Drop-Off & Pick-Up
There are four spaces marked as fifteen-minute zones available on Macquarie Street, directly in front of The Old Mercury Building. Please note that these car spaces do not have drop kerbs.
The closest bus stops can be found at the Nipaluna/Hobart bus mall which is within a 5-minute journey along Macquarie Street on a sealed path with a slight decline to reach The Old Mercury Print Hall in Argyle Street.
Please ask a staff member from Ten Days on the Island if you need assistance ordering a taxi from this venue.
Ten Days on the Island is closely following and implementing all restrictions and recommendations advised by National and State Governments regarding public gatherings and event venues, you can find the relevant government information here.
We, as well as the venue will be managing the risk of COVID-19 at our event venues in the following ways:
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Two accessible parking spaces are available in the Dunn Place Carpark (beside Tasmanian Art Gallery and Museum). Please note that these car spaces are a 5 to 10-minute journey from The Old Mercury Building.
This venue is accessible to people that use wheelchairs and has level access throughout the event space. Please note that there is no level access to bathrooms in this venue.
This venue is level access to interact with the event space. Please note that steps will be encountered to access bathrooms, which are on a lower level.