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Bellerive is a lovely waterside suburb centred around Kangaroo Bay and the eastern shore of the Derwent. How much longer it will remain like it is is hard to tell with plans for development under way, a big new apartment block going up in Cambridge Road and talk of a ferry terminal too.
I have lived her for over 30 years.It is one of the most friendly suburbs in Tasmania.People seem to care about each other.
This part of greater Hobart is slowly developing into a great place for experiences in food and wine. Building on experiences like Bellerive Yacht Club and a range of restaurants and hotels it is starting to be an alternative to Constitution Dock to have a walk around and a meal. With new developments coming on line in 2017/18 this will... 更多
One small 'main' street winds towards Kangaroo Bay and continues around Bellerive Bluff to Bellerive Beach. The 'main' street has cafes and restaurants, a newsagency, real estate agencies and a couple of quirky extras. In a side street is a gym, laundromat, second hand shop and other businesses. There is a historic war memorial, and 19th century buildings scattered around... 更多
This is a very pretty village located just across from Hobart. Cafes & restaurants with the back drop of Mount Wellington and the marina full of boats. There is a chemist, Bakery,Newsagent and Hotel and beyond that there are no "real" shops, just cafes with good views. Nice destination for lunch or coffee.
In the bustling world that we live in, it isn’t everyday that you get a moment to reflect, take in the cool Tasmanian air and watch the sun go down. The beautifully serene mountains cradle the sapphire sea as the pink sun says it goodbye for the day. It is hard to believe that these beautiful surrounds can be experienced... 更多
We were staying in Bellerive on holiday and would wander down here daily. It has a couple of restaurants, a couple of take away places, The Waterfront Hotel and The Bakehouse, which a definite place to visit for bread, sweet treats, pies sausage rolls and hot food (we visited at least once a day for 10 days, just for afternoon... 更多
I needed a break. I wandered through the shops, had a snoop and a browse and found myself at the quay, sitting in the sunshine, watching the world go by. Made a mental note to attend the boardwalk markets next summer. Bellerive shops are nothing to rave about, there's no 'must visit' shops there but for a small community village,... 更多
I have walked many times from Bellerive village to Lindisfarne with must be around the 15 kilometre mark in length.... 更多