North Hobart

Living in North Hobart

The only district in North Hobart is North Hobart. A full list of all the suburbs within this district is at the end of this page.

These are the suburbs of North Hobart:

North Hobart

  • Bridgewater, Gagebrook, Old Beach, Brighton

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  • rosie mellors August 6, 2015, 3:16 pm | Link

    I want to know how to move to Tasmania? What do I need to know? Do I have to get a visa or apply to someone or just pack up and go. Where is the best area to live for retirees?

    • BobinOz August 6, 2015, 6:41 pm | Link

      Yes, you do have to get a visa, and they are not very easy to get. You certainly can’t just turn up. For more information, see my page about Visas.

  • Harryrightfullahead February 4, 2015, 6:35 pm | Link

    Hey bob…been quite some time since I got u on ur blog…few questions for you…as I am big fan of English Premier League n I follow wherever I go….I have plans to move to Australia…does the country show live matches there…also which are the best cities in Australia to follow EPL with good fan base…I knw A-League is picking up there :)…but just cant stay away fm watching EPL matches for long time…also pls advice best sat tv service for watching European Football…
    Thanks in advance

    • BobinOz February 5, 2015, 2:17 pm | Link

      Hi Harryrightfullahead

      The following article is a bit old, but most of it still holds true…

      Yes, you will get to watch the EPL here, it’s still on Foxtel and these days it will cost you a minimum of $50 per month for the basic package plus sport. Most of the bigger cities have a large EPL following, for example here in Brisbane the go to pub to watch the footy is the Pig n Whistle in the city.

      You will get some European football on ESPN through Foxtel as well, but they do also have some European Champions League stuff and a bit of the Europa League on SBS, that’s just a regular TV channel free to air, including some live games and a couple of highlight shows.

      So you’re be well covered, cheers, Bob

      • harryrighfullahead March 2, 2015, 9:30 pm | Link

        Hey Bob…thanks for the reply….would surely come back with more queries….its just a beginning…. 🙂

        • BobinOz March 3, 2015, 9:50 pm | Link

          OK harryrighfullahead, speak later….

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