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Bellerive Beach Park

Bellerive beach, park & playground have many free things to do for kids of all ages and abilities. A perfect family daytrip in Hobart!
Bellerive Beach Park


  • Fantastic all abilities playground in Hobart, Tasmania

  • Play space near the beach perfect for a family day out

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Bellerive Beach Park and Playground, just 10 minutes from Hobart, Tasmania, is perfect for families with kids of all ages and abilities. Spend the whole day there - it's totally worth a road trip!

The park and playspace is located right on the Bellerive foreshore, facing the coast and near the Bellerive beach. There really is a lot to do here! What an awesome free activity for families.

Play equipment

Discover lots of fun play equipment for kids of all ages including:

  • Water play and sandpit
  • Slides and swings
  • Log climbing pyramid
  • Balance logs
  • Skytower climbing structure

There's even play structures, especially for imaginative and group play! What a lovely spot to get your kids creative and make new friends.

  • Maze in a ruined fort or castle style
  • Shipwreck style play structure
  • Dry creek bed play zone
  • Lots of grass lawn to run around or throw a ball or frisbee
  • and much more!


The Bellerive Beach Playground is a fenced playspace for all abilities. There is play equipment suitable for wheelchairs as well as elements of sensory play including:

  • Sand and water play equipment for everyone
  • Carousel at ground level
  • Musical bridge with instruments
  • Basket swings
  • Soft rubber floors


Bellerive Beach Park is the perfect place to spend the whole day with family! It's totally worth a day trip there.

  • The whole playground is fenced by a 1.2m high gate
  • Lots of seating: benches, beach style loungers, picnic tables
  • Sink and water bottle filling station
  • Shaded areas
  • Free BBQs
  • Toilets
  • Parking
Photo credits: City of Clarence council and XIANGKUN REN on Google Images




Age Groups

Toddlers (1-2)
Preschool (3-5)
Primary school (6-8)
Middle school (9-11)
Young teens (12-14)

Special Needs

Physical disability

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