Inspirational Accommodation, Workshops & Homewares


A Unique Experience


Assemblage is an inspirational accommodation venue that offers a unique lifestyle experience in Tasmania, 4 km from the Hobart CBD. The New Town Post and Telegraph building, built in 1891 is a Heritage listed property that houses Assemblage Boutique Art Bed & Breakfast, Assemblage Curated - gifts and homewares, and Assemblage Art, Design and Self-discovery Workshops. The Dispatch café is also onsite.

This unique environment, overflowing with hand-made objects and art works, clever ideas, great food and a passion for creative life sets us apart. It is a place to be inspired, where visitors relax and enjoy the delightful indoor and outdoor spaces. The bedrooms on the upper level are elegant in style, while being reminiscent of Parisian artist’s garrets.

The property can be accessed from New Town Road at the front, where there is immediate access to public transport, or from Valentine Street at the rear, where there is street parking available.

What our guests say


Really nice airbnb in Hobart. Super clean space & loved the convenience of going downstairs for breakfast at the cafe in the morning. Thanks Tanya


Great place to stay, close to all necessities and easy to navigate from. Trendy cafe across the road worth visiting. Would recommend staying at Tanya's place.


This room (and the whole building) blew us away with the beautiful artistic touches! It was a wonderful stay, perfectly positioned to explore Hobart, to some great nearby restaurants, and to do some day trips. 


I enjoyed my stay thoroughly. Quick communication, easy access, excellent amenities and a super comfortable bed. Great part of town too!


Tanya La Paglia

Tanya La Paglia


Tanya La Paglia is a professional visual artist, art therapist, nurse and business owner.

She runs a weekly art therapy program at the Royal Hobart Hospital and facilitates community programs and projects. As a passionate advocate for sustainability, she promotes the use of recycled materials in all aspects of her practice.

Her love of history and people, her passion for the arts and for a creative life are embedded in the Post Office environment and community.

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