TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF RED CHAPEL RESERVE, SANDY BAY
The City of Hobart will be undertaking a range of works within Red Chapel Reserve in Sandy Bay which will require the temporary closure of the reserve and part of Red Chapel Beach from 8:00am Monday 13 April to 5:00pm Tuesday 14 April.
The works will include the removal of a number of elm trees from the steep cliff face above Red Chapel Beach and the replacement of the last section of old fence.
The temporary closure is necessary to ensure public safety as the work will involve the use of a crane for the removal of the elm trees.
The City of Hobart apologises for any inconvenience that may be caused during this time.
For further information please telephone 6238 2886.
Hobart has a wide range of beautiful parks, natural reserves and high quality recreational facilities for residents and visitors to enjoy.
These range from neighbourhood parks to the extensive bushland reserves of the Queens Domain and Wellington Park.
Whether you enjoy bushwalking, cycling or barbecuing with the family, Hobart has something to offer.
For those that enjoy more active recreational pursuits the Queens Domain offers the Hobart Aquatic Centre, Domain Tennis Centre and Domain Athletic Centre, all high class sporting venues, or visit the TCA Ground or North Hobart Oval to watch the football on a Saturday afternoon.
Most residents have a park or reserve within easy walking distance of their home with a range of facilities for use in the parks including playgrounds, seating, barbecues, and even a skate parks.
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With an all year round temperature of 24 degrees the Centre offers a range of pools and a slide with special water features, including great inflatable's for the school holidays!
The City of Hobart is committed to the provision of a diverse range of recreational facilities and services. Hobart has numerous high-quality sports ovals as well as other sporting venues of State significance
Hobart's parks and gardens offer a wonderful range of opportunities to make the most of your leisure time.
While the city's parks provide varied opportunities for play, there are also a number of public playgrounds containing a range of high-quality play equipment.
More than half the area of Hobart is 'the bush' - the Hobart City Council manages almost 3,000 hectares of bushland within the city boundaries.
What better way to explore and enjoy Hobart's urban, historical and natural environments that by taking a walk along the city's wide variety of tracks and trails?
The Hobart City Council operates an industry accredited nursery. Located just 15 minutes from the heart of the City in Mornington, the nursery is committed to the production and delivery of high-quality plants and services
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