Clarence... a brighter place

Tourism Brochure CoverClarence is an ideal place to live and raise a family, with a clean environment and a friendly, safe and connected community.

Clarence is Tasmania’s second largest city, with a population of almost 53,000. Located in the south east of the State and situated on the eastern shore of the River Derwent, residents enjoy panoramic views across the harbour to Hobart and majestic Mount Wellington.

The Clarence CBD is just 10 minutes from the centre of Hobartand a 15 minute drive to the Hobart International Airport.

Visitors to Clarence discover a wealth of attractions, including historic sites, heritage and modern accommodation, cultural and community festivals and events, as well as some of the State’s finest restaurants and wineries.

Whether it’s a short or long visit toTasmania, Clarence is an ideal place to visit and explore. Not only is it just minutes from the Capital City, but it is close to the airport and major tourist attractions such as Richmond, Port Arthurand the glorious East Coast.

Employment in Clarence covers wide range of sectors, including service industries, government, not-for-profit, aged care, light engineering, manufacturing, intensive agriculture, aquaculture, retail, tourism and hospitality.

Clarence is a haven for an extensive range of recreational activities, all provided with the highest quality facilities.

Health and fitness is high on the agenda for locals, with plenty of sports clubs and a variety of gyms around the City. Clarence also has a strong outdoor sport and recreational focus, catering for golf, cricket, sailing, surfing, horse riding, swimming, fishing, cycling and beach and trail walking.

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For more information on what makes Clarence a brighter place, pick up the following publications from the Clarence City Council offices at Rosny Park, phone Council on (03) 6217 9500, visit the website at:

www.ccc.tas.gov.au

 or follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/ClarenceCityCouncil

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