Lindisfarne, Tasmania

Suburb Profile

July 2023 | By Fall Real Estate | Tags: Suburb Profile

Lindisfarne, Tasmania, Suburb Profile

Lindisfarne is a popular and welcoming neighbourhood that offers a wide range of activities and lifestyle choices. It boasts beautiful river views, numerous water sports options, and scenic bush tracks. Additionally, it offers convenient shopping, entertainment, and transportation options.

 

If you are a water lover, you'll find this growing riverside suburb ideal, thanks to its yachting, and other water sports activities. However, if you prefer land activities, you can take a leisurely stroll along the foreshore or enjoy panoramic views at the Natone Hill Bushland Reserve. The reserve is also an excellent spot for a morning walk with your furry companion or a relaxing bike ride.

Where is Lindisfarne, Tasmania?

Lindisfarne is a suburb on the east side of Hobart that is increasing in popularity. It's conveniently located just a 15-minute drive from Hobart's city centre, Tasmania's biggest shopping centre, Eastlands, and all major services are only 4km away. You can also easily catch a domestic flight just 15 minutes from your home.

 

Post Code of 7015, Tasmania

Lindisfarne to Hobart: 15 mins drive, 6.7 km

Population of 6 179 in the 2016 Census

The size of Lindisfarne is approximately 6.9 square kilometres.

An image overlooking the suburb of Lindisfarne, Tasmania on a sunny day

Real estate in Lindisfarne

In Lindisfarne, you will find a wide range of options available for families, retirees, first-home buyers, and investors. Choose from character-filled homes that are ready for your personal touch or renovation, tidy villas that offer low-maintenance living, and quality-built family homes with an elevated position and breathtaking views of the River Derwent and Mount Wellington.

 

Some of Lindisfarne's select properties are located near the large and well-known Simmons Park, which offers stunning views of the boat harbour's community bustle and playground activities.

 

The suburb is also home to retirement villages and senior residential homes, including Queen Victoria Home and Derwent Views (formerly Freemasons), which are surrounded by beautiful views and greenery, providing a peaceful and supportive community.

 

If you're looking for a rental in Lindisfarne and the surrounding suburbs, we have houses and units available. Contact one of our helpful property managers today to find the perfect property for you.

Featured Lindisfarne properties sold by Fall Real Estate:

Image of 132 East Derwent Highway, Lindisfarne

132 East Derwent Highway, Lindisfarne, Tas 7015

SOLD

May 2023

Image of 5 Croesus Court, Lindisfarne, Tas 7015

5 Croesus Court, Lindisfarne, Tas 7015

SOLD

June 2023

Image of 54 Malunna Road, Lindisfarne

54 Malunna Road, Lindisfarne, Tas 7015

SOLD - $995k

January 2022

Image of 3 Chelsea Court Lindisfarne, TAS 7015

3 Chelsea Court
Lindisfarne, TAS 7015

SOLD

April 2023

Transport availability in Lindisfarne

There are several transportation options available for travelling to and around Lindisfarne, including bus, taxi, car, bike, and walking.

 

The local bus service, Metro, offers affordable fares and a variety of routes throughout the day. The Metro bus uses the East Derwent Highway into Lindisfarne, Derwent Avenue, Golf Links Road and Lindhill Avenue for different bus routes. To view the network map for Hobart East, you can download here.

 

If you're interested in purchasing a motorcycle to ride into the City of Hobart, Eastern Shore Mowers & Cycles is located at 44 Lincoln Street.

The bike track running through Lindisfarne, Tasmania

Things to do in Lindisfarne

Looking for a lively community to be a part of? Lindisfarne has plenty to do with its walking tracks, parks, cafes and community activities.

 

Simmons Park is one of Lindisfarne’s most prominent attractions for families and grandparents taking their grandchildren on a morning trip. Equipped with swings, slides, balance beams, small trampolines, and a giant climbing pyramid, your children will have hours of fun at this much-loved park. The playground is fenced, and they have the necessary facilities, including public toilets, BBQs, picnic tables and car parking.

 

Another park worth visiting is the Beltana Park, opposite the Currancy Cafe. With plenty of space to run around and kick the ball, this is an excellent spot for the kids to stretch their legs!

 

You can visit Lindisfarne Cenotaph and ANZAC Park, one of Clarence Council’s regional parks, featuring a war memorial and playground with swings. You will also find free BBQs, a picnic area, public toilets, walking trails and space for your dog companion to roam off the lead in this area.

 

For those interested in community activities, the Lindisfarne Community Activities Centre on Lincoln Street hosts various events and activities, including the Community Library, the Clarence City Band and the Lindisfarne Historical Society.

 

Lindisfarne Anglican Church offers a Playgroup every Tuesday morning during the school term for families with young children. Each week they provide different activities for kids and coffee and delicious home-baked treats for adults! For more information about this playgroup, click here.

 

At Creating Cakes Lindisfarne, you can enrol in a cake decorating class! These classes are very popular, so you need to be quick! They have classes that teach piping techniques, layering and icing cakes, debossing fondant, and much more!

A large park and playground in Lindisfarne, Tasmania

Nature and recreation spots in Lindisfarne

Starting at Tianna Road, Natone Hill Circuit is a comfortable walk or bike ride for families. From the top of the reserve, you will appreciate the panoramic views of the Derwent River and Kunanyi/Mount Wellington. During World War II, army reservists created wartime bunkers as a training exercise that can still be viewed today.

 

You can also walk or cycle along the foreshore trail, passing under the Tasman Bridge and going as far as Bellerive Beach and Howrah Beach via the CBD of Rosny Park.

Dining in Lindisfarne

Lindisfarne offers a variety of dining options, modern cafes and bakeries.

 

Beltana Hotel, known as “Belta” by locals, is dedicated to providing fresh flavours, drinks, and unforgettable celebrations to the people of Tassie's East. Taking in the view of the Derwent River and Tasman Bridge, Belta strives to ensure that you leave with a satisfied appetite and a smile on your face.

 

Currency Café, located next door to our Lindisfarne Fall Real Estate Office and adjacent to Beltana Park, is a favourite among locals who enjoy a steaming coffee, homemade jams and relish, and Tasmanian produce for breakfast or lunch! Currency Cafe’s menu has plenty of options for those who are gluten-free or vegan.

 

We love that Spencer’s Hobart’s slogan is “Food is about Family”. Dare we say, the most important thing, more than your property or investment, is your family! With their cupcakes made in-house by Sharon, their love for creating new menu options, a great kids' menu, and catering dietary restrictions, Spencer’s Hobart is sure to delight!

Treats on Franklin invite you to join them for fantastic coffee, delicious cake or a savoury treat! Treats on Franklin also cater for special events with their sweet or savoury platters and beautiful cakes.

Shopping and services

The Lindisfarne Village is the central hub of activity for the suburb, providing residents with all their essential everyday needs. This includes a Woolworths, an IGA, a post office, a pharmacy, a news agency and hairdressers.

 

The Lindisfarne Clinic has been providing healthcare services to the local community since 1948. It is situated on Lincoln Street and boasts a contemporary design with some surgical-grade procedure rooms. The clinic offers a wide range of services, including men’s and women’s health, pediatric care, chronic disease management, acupuncture, and minor surgical procedures, among others.

 

The Lindisfarne Village Gourmet Meats has you covered with meats purchased from local Tasmanian suppliers for your lunch and dinner meals at home. A local stated that their “family love the quality and selection of the meats they provide and the service from [their] staff is always exceptional”.

 

For those who enjoy cooking at home, Lindisfarne Village Gourmet Meats offers a range of locally-sourced meats for lunch and dinner. One satisfied customer raves about the “quality and selection of the meats provided and the service from staff is always exceptional”.

 

If you're a cake enthusiast or have a special event coming up, you'll be thrilled to know that Lindisfarne Village has its very own Creating Cakes shop. They offer an impressive range of cake tins, cake stands, and other supplies for cake creation. You can even order custom cakes for any occasion and pre-order their expertly crafted cupcakes through their Facebook page for in-store pickup.

 

All things handmade and handcrafted can be found at the Little Shop. A truly unique and special little shop where you can find delicious home-cooked slices and cakes, tasty jams and relishes, beautifully handcrafted children's clothes, handmade toys, organically grown fresh vegetables, and so much more!

 

At Maus Haus, it’s always playtime, and your kids won’t want to leave! This gorgeous shop has a variety of exciting and fun toys and gifts for all ages.

 

Living in Lindisfarne means you will be just a short drive from popular entertainment areas in the surrounding suburbs. Tasmania’s largest shopping centre, Eastlands, is the next suburb over. You will find over 90 well-known stores here, including JB Hi-Fi, Specsavers, Sportsgirl and across the road, the Gold Class Village Cinemas.

 

Another five minutes away is Bellerive Quay’s trendy shopping and dining area, as well as Blundstone Arena, a premier sporting and entertainment venue.

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Shopping centres in Lindisfarne, Tasmania

Community Clubs in Lindisfarne

Lindisfarne is home to a wide range variety of community clubs boasting team spirit and a love for being outdoors. The recreational area along the River Derwent’s foreshore is a hub for sports, including the Lindisfarne Cricket Club, the local football club Lindisfarne Blues, the Lindisfarne Tennis Club and the Beltana RSL Bowls Club.

 

For those who enjoy being on the water and staying active, the Lindisfarne Rowing Club offers a chance to row and develop lasting friendships with the locals. They also host a juniors program for kids aged 13 and up, with expert coaching and mentoring.

 

If you have a boat, the Motor Yacht Club is a great place to moor your vessel in one of the many spacious berths or enjoy a meal at Reflections Restaurant with a view of the River Derwent and the scenic Hobart, the Tasman Bridge, and Mount Wellington.

 

The Lindisfarne Sailing Club is a family-focused dinghy club that welcomes everyone from first-time sailors to experienced ones! Locals can hire their club room overlooking Lindisfarne Bay for various events.

 

Bellerive-Lindisfarne Catholic Church of the Incarnation hosts a service on Saturdays at 6:00 PM and can be found at 1 Bay Road, Lindisfarne. For up-to-date weekly mass times, click here.

 

Another church in Lindisfarne is the Lindisfarne Anglican Church, where you can attend a service in person or online on Sundays at 10:00 AM. They love connecting with their locals and have lots of fun ways for you to join in, from prayer requests and playgroups to joining a team or group.

Schools in Lindisfarne

Lindisfarne is a great family-friendly suburb with excellent school options, including Lindisfarne Primary School and St Cuthbert’s Catholic School. The local secondary school is Rose Bay High, a short two to five-minute drive from anywhere in Lindisfarne.

 

If your preferred school isn’t in Lindisfarne, easy-to-access public transport is a fast and simple way to travel to other suburbs and the CBD each day.

Property Prices in Lindisfarne, Tasmania

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