Tasmanian Senator Wendy Askew has announced funding allocations for regional projects as part of the third round of the Building Better Regions Fund.
The Door of Hope site in Launceston will receive $275,000 to convert a warehouse into a facility for youth and disabled services as well as a 50-person meeting room and catering spaces.
Tourism Tasmania's I-LEAD Professional Leadership for Small Tasmanian Tourism Businesses project will receive $11,300.
The project plans to assist in improving leadership, networking and development skills of small businesses experiencing difficulties due to location or finances.
Bridport Innovation will receive $19,500 for their Tassie Scallop Fiesta expansion to incorporate young people and family-oriented activities.
The Blue Derby mountain bike trail connecting Branxholm and Derby being developed by the Dorset Council will receive $200,000 in funding.
The funding was announced on Saturday.