The Silverdome's uses will not be deemed invalid if the proposed UTAS Stadium re-developments go ahead according to Sports Minister Jane Howlett.
With a $99 million new indoor facility a part of the overall upgrades, doubts were raised over the two major facilities being able to co-exist, despite the Silverdome being one of only six indoor velodromes in the country.
But Howlett put those doubts to sleep on Wednesday.
"The Tasmanian government is committed to providing modern sporting facilities around the state to encourage participation across all codes of sport, while ensuring the opportunity to attract national and international sporting events," she said.
"The Launceston Silverdome and UTAS Stadium are both much loved and heavily-utilised sporting facilities and will continue to co-exist and provides benefits for all of Tasmania.
"They are two distinctly different facilities that serve multiple purposes at a local, national and international level."
The Tasmanian government have been briefed on the draft plans for UTAS stadium, with Launceston City Council's draft report to be considered for endorsement on Thursday.
Howlett and the government will then consider the report in detail, with the contents relating to the development of their statewide stadia strategy.
The proposed three-court facility, alongside the four-court Northern Suburbs recreation hub, comes after the release of Northern Tasmanian sporting facilities study in 2018, which found the need for more indoor stadiums
"Through its partnership with The City of Launceston and Australian government, additional indoor courts and facilities are proposed in the Northern hub and Mowbray which form part of the government's continued investment in important sport and recreational facilities throughout Tasmania," Howlett said.