Hobart Breathing Space

13b Goulburn Street, Hobart.

We are close to the Harrington Street end of Goulburn Street (the town end), in the building at the rear, behind the Hobart Theosophical Society.

It takes 12 minutes to walk to Hobart Breathing Space from the Franklin Square bus mall, and 9 minutes to walk from the Elizabeth Street shopping mall.


Parking is metered from Monday to Friday, and free on the weekends.

There are 2 hour parking meters on our side of the road, and 3 hour meters across the road - they all cost $2.50 an hour. Note that the 2 or 3 hours is a limit - you will be booked if you keep feeding the same meter.

Not far up Goulburn Street towards Barrack Street, the parking is free for 2 hours.

There are numerous carparking stations within easy walking distance, all of which offer earlybird discounts if you get there early enough and want to stay for most of the day, including one across the road at Hobart City Church 8 Goulburn Street, the Hobart Central Carpark between Melville and Bathurst Streets, Centrepoint carpark ... plenty!

Accommodation nearby

There is a great range of accommodation within easy walking distance of Hobart Breathing Space - here are just a few options:

Hobart Hostel – Extremely close to Hobart Breathing Space (and therefore everything else in the city centre). Friendly with spacious common areas and a safe and peaceful vibe.


Nararra (Hostel) – Friendly, basic, family run hostel, for the “no frills” traveller. Just a block away from Hobart Breathing Space. Free wifi in common rooms.


The Pickled Frog (Hostel) – Just around the corner from Hobart Breathing space. Central location with a cool hipsterish vibe and a good bar. “Free wifi, free car parks, huge lounge, cheap beer, a wolf, real coffee, lotsa love, tour info & bookings, games, free movies, carbon neutral & much more.” Free shuttle bus and wifi.


The Brunswick Hotel (hotel/hostel) – A bit of a stylish hangout in the CBD about 5 minutes walking distance from the Breathing Space with shared dorms and options for more mid-range private rooms. Very clean and crisp rooms and a pub/restaurant that can get pretty busy at night. Stylish pub and restaurant, wifi, guest laundry.


Best Western (international four star hotel) – Towering over the Hobart Breathing Space, recently upgraded with comfy beds and fresh, clean, well-kept rooms with balconies (and free room service!) Wifi included.


Harrington’s 102 – More casual, mid-range hotel suites. A few steps away from Hobart Breathing Space and a few steps away from the city centre! Not sure about Wifi.


Astor Private Hotel – A few minutes’ walk away, something to suit all budgets, economy to ensuite. ABA member Jen says “Room rate includes a continental breakfast. Simple and tidy and the owner is a blast!”


Airbnb – A great way to experience ‘real’ Hobart accommodation, at affordable rates. Sharing the household with the homeowners, or spreading out in a whole apartment. It’s easy to find a nice private room for less than a hostel, and a whole apartment gives you space and all the amenities of a home, often for much less than a hotel!