The Hobart Clinic Creative Art Exhibition showcases the amazing work our clients have produced in painting, ceramics and creative writing. The exhibition celebrates how the creative arts provide a healing space and that ‘we all have a role to play” through  encouragement from all. The exhibition will be available for the month of October as part of Mental Health Week 2020.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice

As of 4 June 2020, our Visitor Hours will be from 2.00 pm – 6.00 pm, three visitors at a time per patient only.

Please do not attend The Hobart Clinic if you are acutely unwell with cold type symptoms.

All visitors are required to use hand hygiene products on entry and exit to the Clinic, answer the screening questions, and have their temperature taken.

If you are experiencing hayfever symptoms, you are required by Public Health to undergo testing and remain at home until you receive negative test results. Staff, program attendees and patients will need to provide a clearance certificate from their GP if they suffer from chronic hay fever symptoms once they have received a negative test.

Please read the Consumer Information Update or contact The Hobart Clinic for further information on, (03) 6247 9960 or via email on

Please refer to the Mind Hub Courses and Programs page for updates to Day Programs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are in need of support at this difficult time, please talk to your doctor or program staff.

For emergencies contact the Mental Health Helpline on 1800 332 388.

The Hobart Clinic Association is an accredited hospital and Tasmania’s leading private, not-for profit treatment centre providing mental health services for conditions such as anxiety, depression, drug and alcohol addiction, older persons mental health and memory loss. Our team of experienced Consultant Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Doctors, Nurses and Mental Health Professionals offer assessment and treatment at our two locations on both the Eastern Shore and City Centre.