The paranaple convention centre is a contemporary conference and events venue in the heart of North-West Tasmania.
The spacious and flexible venue offers modern facilities and professional staff, all within a stone’s throw of accommodation, restaurants, artisan markets, activities and attractions. The main auditorium of the paranaple convention centre has floor to ceiling windows to take advantage of the waterside location with spectacular view of the mouth of the Mersey River and Bass Strait.
Dimensions: 40m x 22m (800m2) height 6m
Seating: Theatre: 800, Classroom: 320, Banquet: 400, Cocktail: 400, Trade booth: 50
ROOM DETAIL AT A GLANCE:
Large single room (over 800m2) with north facing floor to ceiling windows. The main auditorium can be configured into 3 separate rooms with sound insulated walls. 21m2 LED screen with multi-panel configuration options, In-house industry standard Audio-Visual equipment and in-floor power and data traps. Event manager’s room with live-stream, kitchenette, office and toilet facilities. Freight elevator, Back-of-house private elevator. Nearby 500 space carpark, taxi rank and bus zone. On-site catering from Elevated Catering.
BREAK OUT – We have a number of plenary rooms available for hire at the paranaple centre and neighbouring paranaple arts centre, along with our 407 seat proscenium arch Town Hall Theatre in a gorgeous 1902 heritage building.
Devonport & the paranaple precinct
The 1.8ha paranaple precinct is in the heart of Devonport and houses the paranaple convention centre on the top floor of the paranaple centre (Devonport Council, Devonport Library, & Hudson’s cafe). Next door is the paranaple arts centre which houses the Devonport Regional Gallery, our Visitor Information Centre and the 400 seat proscenium arch Town Hall Theatre.
Across the Market Square with is 6×3.5m outdoor LED screen is Providore Place, an alfresco market areas with restaurants, eateries and bars. Parking is provided by the multistory 500 space car park and everything is a short stroll to the picturesque Mersey River.