Hydro Tasmania centenary events and activities

To celebrate our centenary in 2014 we hosted and supported a range of events across Tasmania to give thanks to the people who have contributed so much to our business over the past 100 years.

If you missed out on the events, you can find our all the details by clicking on the links below, or see how we celebrated with the community by viewing the event image galleries.

 

 

16 April 2017Accra
09 November 2014

If you've ever wondered what the inside of a hydropower station looks like, this is a rare opportunity to find out! 

Come on a guided tour of Tarraleah Power Station - see amazing feats of engineering and learn how the water in our rivers...

08 November 2014

SOLD OUT

We're sorry. Tickets to this event have sold out. Due to the small size of the venue, tickets were strictly limited. There will not be any ticket sales at the door.

 

The world-...

08 November 2014

100 Years of Hydro is a travelling public exhibition that tells the story of the past one hundred years, from construction of the first power station, Waddamana, to the novel technologies being used today. 

The...

26 October 2014

We are inviting the community to join our centenary celebrations at a family day at the site of our first power station.

The Back to Waddamana Day will be held at the Waddamana Power Station Museum and Village near Bothwell in the Central...

25 October 2014POATINA 7302

The Poatina Golf Club is inviting the community to join them for a back to Poatina Golf Day to help celebrate Hydro Tasmania's Centenary. An old Hydro village which was built in the late 1950's to house the workforce working on the Great lake...

18 October 2014North Hobart

The Hydro was created by ordinary people doing extraordinary things that have helped develop Tasmania’s identity and changed the way we live.

As part of celebrating its centenary in 2014, Hydro Tasmania has commissioned a short...

12 October 2014

Come on a guided tour of Paloona Power Station and learn how we turn the water that flows down the Forth River into electricity.

Located only 20 minutes from Devonport, Paloona Power Station uses water stored in Lake Paloona. It is the...

12 October 2014

Come on a guided tour of Devils Gate Station and learn how we turn the water from Lake Barrington into electricity.

Located only 40 minutes south of Devonport, the Devils Gate Power Station commissioned in 1969; is the sixth station in...

12 October 2014

Oops, Paloona.