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Description

Alexander McGregor, the builder of Lenna, was a boy of 10 years when he arrived on 28 February, 1831 in Hobart Town, Van Dieman’s Land, on the ship ‘Drummore’ with his family. Born in Paisley Scotland, he grew up to be a canny Scot, shrewd, practical and hard working.

With his brother John, he learned the...

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Alexander McGregor, the builder of Lenna, was a boy of 10 years when he arrived on 28 February, 1831 in Hobart Town, Van Dieman’s Land, on the ship ‘Drummore’ with his family. Born in Paisley Scotland, he grew up to be a canny Scot, shrewd, practical and hard working.

With his brother John, he learned the ship building trade and took over the Domain shipyard which later was solely run by John. Alexander became more interested in business and flourished as a merchant trading from his offices and warehouses on the corner of Elizabeth Street and Lords place, the present site of the Hobart Post Office in the CBD.

Lenna is listed on the Tasmanian Heritage Register, which acknowledges Lenna as being an important part of the cultural fabric of Tasmania because of its contribution to culture and society. A tower at the top of Lenna was used to look out for the safe arrival of Alexander’s ships.

Lenna of Hobart provides a welcome change from larger venues. Set in the beautiful heritage listed mansion, Lenna c.1874, has a number a spaces for you to hold your meetings and conferences. The conference team at Lenna of Hobart aim to personalise your experience to the last detail. Our team will spend the time with you to ensure your meeting or conference runs exactly the way you expect it to.

Lenna of Hobart is the ideal location for small and medium sized gatherings. Lenna of Hobart can accommodate a board meeting in our Harriett Room, to a workshop in our McGregor room where you can also utilise the McGregor Bar and even flow out on to the original historic terrace. For larger meetings and conferences we offer the Runnymede room for hire. We also have the beautiful Alexander’s that can you used for a variety of purposes.

Facilities

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Ceremony On Site .glyphicons-ring
Disabled Access .glyphicons-person-wheelchair
Dry Cleaning .glyphicons-coat-hanger
Express Checkout .glyphicons-history
Gymnasium .glyphicons-dumbbell
Internet Access .glyphicons-globe
Laundry .glyphicons-sweater
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Pay TV .glyphicons-remote-control-tv
Wheelchair Access .glyphicons-person-wheelchair
Wifi Access .glyphicons-wifi

Event Rooms

Runnymede Room

Min 30 people, Max 55 people

Mcgregor Room

Min 10 people, Max 20 people

Harriet Room

Min 2 people, Max 8 people

Alexanders Restaurant

Min 12 people, Max 32 people

James Bayley Room

Min 10 people, Max 10 people

Event Room Layouts

Theatre
Classroom
U-Shape
Cabaret
Boardroom
Banquet
Cocktail
Hollow Square
Runnymede Room
55
30
32
-
32
-
-
-
Mcgregor Room
20
12
12
-
16
-
-
-
Harriet Room
-
-
-
-
8
-
-
-
Alexanders Restaurant
-
-
12
-
32
-
-
-
James Bayley Room
-
-
-
-
10
-
-
-
Theatre
Classroom
U-Shape
Cabaret
Boardroom
Banquet
Cocktail
Hollow Square
Runnymede Room
55
30
32
-
32
-
-
-
Mcgregor Room
20
12
12
-
16
-
-
-
Harriet Room
-
-
-
-
8
-
-
-
Alexanders Restaurant
-
-
12
-
32
-
-
-
James Bayley Room
-
-
-
-
10
-
-
-

Accommodation

Park View Room

52 Rooms
3 Adults

Mountain View Room

52 Rooms
3 Adults

Harbour View Room

52 Rooms
3 Adults

Harbour View King Suite

52 Rooms
2 Adults

Family Suite

52 Rooms
4 Adults