The Reserve Bank Building is a heritage A-grade building nestled in the heart of Hobart's Central Business District.
Designed by the Commonwealth Department of Works and constructed in 1977, this impressive 10 storey building has enduring elegance.
A premier architectural Hobart landmark, The Reserve Bank Building was awarded the ‘Enduring Architecture Award’ at the 2012 Tasmanian Architecture Awards.
Stand out features include bronze seals, Italian marble flooring and penguin statues in the lobby by artist Stephen Walker.
Tenants enjoy sweeping views of the Hobart skyline and beyond, taking in Franklin Square, Mount Wellington, and the stunning waterfront.
Many of Hobart’s landmark attractions are just a stroll away, including Trafalgar Shopping Centre, Franklin Wharf, Parliament Square and Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
In-house amenities include a car park directly offering early bird rates, shower facilities and bike racks along the side of the building.
Building occupants include Disability Tasmania, Shadforth Financial, the Bureau of Meteorology and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and GIO Insurance.
20 minute drive from Hobart Airport.
1 minute walk to Bus Mall outside Reserve Bank Building, the main bus station in Hobart CBD.
The Reserve Bank Building is located in Hobart’s CBD.
Tenants are only moments away from Parliament House, City Council, Town Hall, many Government Departments – as well as local and international retail outlets, entertainment venues, and banking facilities.
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