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Kangaroo Bluff, originally settled in the 1820s, was the point where people and goods were ferried across the river -- and in 1975-6 ferries again operated after the collapse of the Tasman Bridge. The name Bellerive was adopted in the 1930s. Many...more
I felt very spoilt at the lovely Tang Dynasty. Food and service is superb.The decor is pretty. They also have takeaway. Plenty of parking behind the restaurant. From the carpark you walk straight into the restaurant but there's stairs from Cambridge Street.
Bill's noodles is...More
Bellerive has some nice boats at the harbor and restaurants.
Someone recommended me to visit the real Bellerive. We had to park our car first and then climb down stairs. We were not the only ones there. Many did know about this attraction. I took...More
So why was it not my first choice? Quite easy the first place was packed and their alternative dinning choice was seriously lacking.
So a short 5 minuets drive from the Shoreline Shopping Centre I came across The Yacht Club. In the Bellerive. While a...More
Bellerive village has been gradually been developed over the past few years, with small shops and eateries adding to the Bellerive Yacht club and the local pub.
Close to the main footy ground. There is a lovely walk along a boardwalk where you can sit...More
Bellerive is a great little area - nice and quiet and only 10 mins from central Hobart. We liked staying here and better deals with Air BnB here than central Hobart.
The "village" itself is a group of restaurants, pub, shops on the waterside. Some...More
Bellerive village and surrounds are a very pretty area. It has grown over the years but is still small which is nice. Plenty of great places to eat in or take away, stroll along the walk ways at the marina and quality homes surround along...More
I've visited Hobart dozens and dozens of times and have even been to the Bellerive Oval to watch cricket. But I'd never realised just how pretty the village of Bellerive was until I made my first foray here to get some takeaway. It helped that...More
Bellerive Village sits between the Bellerive Yacht marina, Kangaroo Bay often with freely swimming dolphins, and Blundstone Arena where cricket and football are two of the uses. Historical houses and monuments are nearby, as are a range of cafes and restaurants. Tranquil. Pretty. From some...More
Response from downunder45 | Reviewed this property |
Bellerive is a lively suburb with restaurants etc, but it should be ok to stay there and I can't see it being noisy during the night. I certainly would not hesitate to stay there overnight due to noise and I live in a very... More
Bellerive is a lively suburb with restaurants etc, but it should be ok to stay there and I can't see it being noisy during the night. I certainly would not hesitate to stay there overnight due to noise and I live in a very quiet place and are sensible to night noise