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Hobart city deal

The Hobart City Deal is a shared 10 year vision between the Australian and Tasmanian Governments and the Clarence, Glenorchy, Hobart and Kingborough councils. Together, we will guide and encourage investment to leverage Hobart’s natural amenity and build on its position as a vibrant, liveable and connected global city.

Information on the Hobart City Deal can also be found on the Tasmanian Government’s Hobart City deal website.


Key Focus Areas

The Hobart City Deal will focus on:

  • enhancing the Hobart Airport's role as a direct international gateway;
  • solidifying Hobart's world class standing as a gateway to the Antarctic and Southern Ocean;
  • establishing a reliable, sustainable and cost effective transport system;
  • delivering a diverse range of affordable housing options;
  • establishing governance to support better strategic planning for the city; and
  • investing to support Hobart as a smart, liveable and investment ready city.

Next Steps

The City Deal Partners are delivering our commitments under the Deal.

The third Annual Progress Report for the Hobart City Deal was released on 8 April 2022, showing key achievements from 2021 and outlining next steps for 2022.

The original Implementation Plan for the Hobart City Deal was released on 3 October 2019, and sets out key milestones for projects, timeframes and who will be responsible. 

An update to the Implementation Plan was also released along with the third Annual Progress Report on 8 April 2022. 

A three year review of the Hobart City Deal will be undertaken in 2022.


  • Hobart City Deal signed
    24 February 2019
  • Implementation Plan released
    3 October 2019
  • First Annual Progress Report
    21 August 2020
  • Second Annual Progress Report
    5 March 2021
  • Third Annual Progress Report
    8 April 2022
  • Implementation Plan Update
    8 April 2022
  • End of City Deal