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Launceston Conference Venue Information

Conference Venues & Meeting Rooms in Launceston

Discover our Launceston function rooms and meeting venues at Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston. 

Conference Spaces

Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston specialises in signature corporate events. Select from a versatile array of conference venues – with eight elegant meeting rooms ranging in size from 48sqm boardrooms, a 300sqm Ballroom and a recently expanded 1000sqm Conference Centre (including pre-function area), catering from 6 to 900 delegates.

Other off site venues can be utilised as part of your program for a varied and memorable Tasmanian event, with venues like QVMAG, Princess Theatre and The Albert Hall all located nearby. 

To make an enquiry please phone 03 6334 3434 or click on "Send Enquiry" to complete our online form.

Menus & Packages

Our contemporary menus feature Tasmania's famously fresh produce throughout our menus to deliver modern offerings, tailored to your event, budget, and dietary requirements. 
Preview our menu here: Menu and Conference Package

We also offer special packages for schools, sports clubs, and other groups. Enquire now for more information. 

Audio Visual

Hotel Grand Chancellor’s preferred Audio Visual provider is VJAM. VJAM are based locally and are available to meet and discuss your conference requirements, working alongside our experienced Conference Team.

Please call to discuss your needs and receive a tailor-made quotation on phone +61 3 6334 3434.

Why Launceston

Launceston blends the relaxing charm and pace of a small city with the modern facilities, entertainment options and accommodation of a much larger metropolis. Founded in 1806, it is Australia’s third-oldest city. Launceston’s rich and colourful history is on display in its beautiful old buildings and streetscapes, which date from early Colonial and convict times through the Georgian and Victorian eras. These beautiful buildings continue to thrive with the vibrancy of Launceston’s commercial and social networks, from prestigious banking institutions and high-tech firms to fashion houses and restaurants.

Below are just a few activities your conference guests will enjoy:

  • James Boags Brewery tours and beer tasting
  • Launceston City Park, for recreation and group activities
  • Museum tours
  • Cataract Gorge Nature Preserve
  • Several championship golf courses are within a 20-minute drive of the hotel
  • Tamar River lunch and dinner cruises
  • Full and half-day Tamar Valley winery tours
  • Fly-fishing at Launceston Lakes
  • Abseiling adventures at Mole Creek Caves