Nearby Car ParksShort-term parking is available in the following multi-storey car parks. Click the button below to download The City of Hobart's accessible parking map for on-street and other parking.
Centrepoint Car Park35 Victoria Street, Hobart. 16 accessible parking spaces, located 400 metres from the venue. Vehicle entry is from Victoria Street.
Argyle Street Car Park38 Argyle Street, Hobart. Eight accessible parking spaces, located 500 metres from the venue. Vehicle entry is from Argyle Street. The City of Hobart operates a free wheelchair hire scheme within this car park—contact them on 03 6238 2780.
Hobart Central Car Park60 Melville Street, Hobart. 10 accessible parking spaces, located 260 metres from the venue. Vehicle entry is from Melville Street.
BusMetro Tasmania stop 2, 134 Liverpool Street is our closest bus stop, located 110 metres from the venue.
Ridesharing ServicesIn The Hanging Garden is a location across all ridesharing services.
Drop Off + Pick UpAvailable at the Murray Street and Watchorn Street entrances.
The GardenThe Garden is fully accessible from both 112 Murray Street and the Watchorn Street entrance. There is one accessible toilet. There is braille signage and tactile ground surface indicators throughout the venue.
CathedralLevel access is via the Liverpool Street laneway only. There is one accessible toilet.
AltarLevel access is available from 112 Murray Street via the black and white laneway leading to the Garden. There is one accessible toilet. There is braille signage and tactile ground surface indicators throughout the venue.
High AltarHigh Altar is not accessible by wheelchair at this time.
Odeon TheatreAssisted level-access is available via Liverpool Street. Please contact us prior to arrival at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SeatingIn The Hanging Garden has a mixture of standing and seated spaces. If you require assistance with additional seating, chairs can be arranged for you and your group.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any particular concerns or questions ahead of your visit.
In The Hanging Garden is a cultural neighbourhood, hosting an ever-changing roster of events in the Garden, Cathedral, Altar, High Altar, Odeon Theatre or across all the spaces at once. Please contact the relevant venue via email with any queries.
TicketsTickets are available on our venues' websites. Your tickets will be emailed to you for presenting at the box office upon arrival.
Companion CardsOur venues accept Companion Cards. Please present your card to our box office staff to receive a complimentary ticket.
In The Hanging Garden has two resident kitchens, which may rotate throughout the year. Please refer to the website for updates.
The kitchens are located in the Garden, with level access via Murray Street and Watchorn Street.
Menus are displayed on chalkboards located next to the kitchen service windows, where you select, pay for and collect your order. Please let us know if you require assistance with accessing menus or table service.
OrderingOrders are taken at the bar. Please let us know if you require any assistance with menus, moving furniture, or simply finding a quiet space.
LightingThere is dimmed lighting around some bars. Please ask if you require assistance.
Guide dogs, service dogs, and companion animals are welcome in our venues. Water bowls are provided.
The entrance to Altar, which has three steps. The level access and side entrance to Altar is via the next entrance down, marked by a white neon sign for In The Hanging Garden.
The level access entrance to In The Hanging Garden. This is also the level access side entrance to Altar.
The black and white level entrance laneway leads from the Murray Street entrance into the Garden dining area. The doors on the right provide level access into Altar.
The accessible ramp at the top of the Murray Street level entrance laneway into the Garden dining area. Luscious green plants hang from the ceiling and down the walls.
View of the Garden’s sheltered dining area, looking at the top of the level access ramp and entrance to the restrooms behind the kitchen containers.
A patron ordering food from a chef through the Garden’s kitchen vendor windows, with a chalkboard menu mounted on the wall.
The Garden’s sheltered level access dining area, with tables, chairs and couches. There is sufficient space between tables for wheelchair access to the right of this cropped image. Colourful flowering plants hang from the ceiling.
View from the level access entrance on Watchorn Street, towards the accessible dining area near the Garden’s outdoor bar. Picnic tables with sun umbrellas line one side, and festooned lights hang above. There is sufficient space between tables for wheelchair access. Water bowls are provided for leashed dogs and service animals.
View across the Garden’s level access sheltered dining area at dusk, with warm lighting and relaxed patrons enjoying the space.
View from the Watchorn Street level access laneway entrance, marked by a black and white footpath sign reading ‘open’. This laneway leads straight into the Garden’s dining area.
The level access entrance and exit into the Cathedral from Liverpool Street, marked by a black and white footpath sign reading ‘open’.
Looking down into the Cathedral from the Garden’s dining area. There are many steps down, however, level access can be gained by exiting onto Watchorn Street and traversing around the street corner to the level access entrance on Liverpool Street, which leads straight into the Cathedral.
View from the Garden’s dining area, looking down the black and white level access laneway towards the Murray Street entrance.
View from inside Altar beside the open fireplace and red couches, looking towards the Murray Street entrance with three steps. Level access is via the Garden’s laneway, which is directly behind the camera in this photo.
View inside Altar looking towards the stage and dance floor, which are lit in blue. In the foreground, tall tables and red bar stools are on the left, and red couches with low tables are on the right. Candles and red moody lighting creates a warm setting.
The Altar stage and dance floor are lit with warm red, purple, and blue lights. Previous concert and festival posters line the side wall.
View inside Altar looking towards the bar, with tall tables and red bar stools in the foreground. Bar menus are displayed on digital screens on the wall. Red candles sit on the tables and blue spotlights light the floor.
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Break bread, drink and gather in the garden, hidden in plain sight. Enjoy delicious food from our local kitchen collaborators, and drinks from all over this fine island. The mainland, too. The menu and produce change with the seasons, which is great news for you: you’ll have to keep coming back for more.
We don’t take bookings for 10 people or less; walk-ins only. See Functions for more information.
Pan-Asian cuisine from Leng and Ian who used to run MYU Easy Bites, a Malaysian hole-in-the-wall restaurant in New Town with a cult following.
Artisanal cheeses and hand-crafted beers made on Bruny Island accompanied by rare breed beef and pork from their organic farm in Glen Huon.
Venture down from the Garden and into the Cathedral, our unholy beer garden and live music venue. The 18-metre tall structure shelters our meeting ground for garden gatherings.
Wednesday + Thursday, 4pm till late
Friday–Sunday, 12pm till late.
Our Sunday special where we plate up a rotating mix of delicious, communal fare. The menu changes every week—come sample the latest offering.
Every Sunday from 11am until sold out.
Capulus is your local stop for a boutique brew—whether you prefer it black as midnight on a moonless night, or just damn good and hot.
Christmas parties, long-table lunches, big (and small) birthdays and corporate events; we cater for all sorts of gatherings, from casual group bookings to large-scale functions.
We don’t take bookings for 10 people or less; walk-ins only. Submit a booking enquiry below.
Download our Information Pack for more information about our venues. Please note that due to current restrictions, our functions capacities are limited.
Encompassing nearly an entire city block in the centre of Hobart, In The Hanging Garden is a live music and cultural precinct, featuring music venues and an extensive tiered beer garden with kitchens and bars.
We cater for all sorts of gatherings, from casual group bookings to large-scale functions. See Functions for more information.
112 Murray Street, Hobart
Wednesday–Sunday, 11am till late