The Wooden Boat Guild of Tasmania is based in Hobart and most of its members live in southern Tasmania. The Guild has its headquarters, meetings and workshop in Battery Point. Its heritage vessel Terra Linna is at Prince of Wales Bay, not far from Hobart's current boat-building centre.
Headquarters: The Mariners' Cottages
Our headquarters, including library and small meeting room, are at the Mariners' Cottages, 42 Napoleon Street, Battery Point.
Battery Point is an area that has had boat-building at its core since Hobart was first settled by Europeans in the early 19th century. The cottages are believed to be the oldest remaining buildings on the site of the ship-building yards in Napoleon Street and the Guild is proud to call them home.
Meetings: The Battery Point Community Hall
Our monthly meetings are held in the evening of the third Monday in each month (except December), at the Battery Point Community Hall, 52 Hampden Road, Battery Point.