Bellerive Oval lies immediately to the south, and the Hobart International Airport is located further north-west along the Tasman Highway. By the mid-1970s the population had passed the 40,000 mark at an incredible post-war rate of growth. [27], Residents of the City of Clarence are administered through three tiers of government, as part of the Australian federal government system. It opened on 18 August 1964, and greatly increased the volume of traffic capable of crossing the river. In 1963 the Clarence War Memorial Pool was constructed, and in 1965, Eastlands Shopping Centre opened in Rosny Park, being further expanded in 1971 and 1978. [57], 92% of Clarence residents spoke English as their primary language. [54] Nelson Eastern Suburbs Soccer Club is also based in Clarence at the North Warrane Oval and also compete in the Southern Championship. As required, a supply of personalised Council business cards. Learn about Mayor John Tory and how to invite the Mayor to an event, or request a proclamation, scroll or letter of greeting. The Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia. Clarence City Council has called an urgent special meeting to be held just four days before Christmas, in a move that has angered some aldermen and community members. Arts & Entertainment. Many previously rural areas developed into residential areas. They valued the region for its rich variety of birds, animals, seafood, and vegetation. Both sides also have derby rivals also based within the City of Clarence. Tasmania Police's 'East Command' district is administered from Bellerive Police Station, which is now located in Rosny Park. Map showing the Clarence local government area. Liberal member Bruce Goodluck also held he seat for 18 years from 1975 until 1993, but since then the seat has been safely in Labor hands, with Harry Quick (1993–2007), and Julie Collins (since 2007) holding the seat. Other councils . Clarence City Council Progressive Results. A 'Night Watch' had been established in Bellerive in the late 1820s, and by the 1830s, trooper police were operating throughout the district, with local gaols and constabularies located at Bellerive, Richmond, Cambridge and Sorrell. Launceston, Tasmania (1854) [2 vols] (see: Vol. A new Bellerive Police Station and Watch House was completed in 1842, and has subsequently been used as municipal council chambers, a district library and the CIB headquarters, but at present it is used as a Community Arts Centre. There is also a very active club sports community within most of these sports. Council Administration. The average weekly mortgage cost is $243, and the average cost of rent is $150. When a new City Council is elected, briefing materials are prepared for all Councillors. You deserve genuine consultation before a decision is made, transparent processes during development assessments, and appropriate development that enhances your recreational areas without locking you out. He returned to Australia on 25 August 1917. Nearby Edgeworth Street in Warrane is home to a baseball ground and the Eastern Shore Action Indoor Sports Centre (covering Indoor Cricket, Indoor Soccer and Indoor Netball). Based primarily around the Coal River valley between Richmond and Acton Park, the city's viticulture industry is exemplified by European style wines, that are located at a similar latitude to French and German regions such as Champagne, Lorraine, Baden and Rheingau. Bellerive Oval is also home to two of the cities elite sports teams, the Clarence District Cricket Club who compete in the Tasmanian Grade Cricket competition, and the Clarence Football Club, known colloquially as 'The Roos' who compete in the Tasmanian Football League, both of whom are semi-professional. Final. [41], As at the 2016 Census, the population of the City of Clarence was almost 55,000, making it the largest local government area within Greater Hobart. John West. Sydney, NSW (1996) [2nd Ed. During the Tasman Bridge disaster, many witnesses recalled seeing large quantities of water gushing from the western side of the break in the bridge, and this was caused by these water supply pipes having been severed. In 1836, Lieutenant-Governor of Van Diemen's Land, George Arthur divided the island into administrative counties, and Clarence Plains fell into Pembrokeshire. Of those not born in Tasmania, the next most common birthplaces were England (1,996 or 4.0% of total), New Zealand (335, 0.7%), Scotland (288, 0.6%), Germany (228, 0.5%), and the Netherlands (182, 0.4%). Clarence City Council Alderman James Walker. This is supplemented by pipes that run under the carriageway of the Tasman Bridge. Commonwealth government offices soon also began opening with services such as Centrelink, the Australian Taxation Office, and the National Archives of Australia. Clarence City Council, TAS. It is home to one of Australia's nine test cricket grounds in Bellerive Oval. • Richmond 96 Bligh Street. The plan sees the Kangaroo Bay area divided into five distinct precincts; Rosny Parklands, Kangaroo Bay East, Ferry Wharf, Bellerive Yacht Club, and 'The Village'. Local government service. The best selling newspaper is the daily The Mercury. Clarence City Council Alderman Luke Edmunds has called for reforms to the way Local Government candidate advertising returns are released to the public. [10] The Coal River Valley, Flagstaff Gully, Risdon Vale, Risdon Cove and the southern Meehan Range were all regions that were within the traditional spring and summer hunting-grounds of the Moomairemener people, bringing them into conflict with the British invaders within five months of the establishment of the camp at Risdon Cove. The Clarence local government area has a population of 56,945,[1] covering the eastern shore of the Derwent River from Otago to the South Arm Peninsula and the smaller localities of Cambridge, Richmond, and Seven Mile Beach. [36], There were few health care facilities other than local General Practitioner surgeries within the Municipality of Clarence prior to the Tasman Bridge Disaster. The city's western border is the Derwent River along the entire length. [20] It was hoped that is could eventually be connected to the Tasmanian Main Line at Brighton, thus providing rail access to the south of Clarence Plains, Sorrell and the Tasman Peninsular, but engineering difficulties and economic problems led to its abandonment. 325 likes. [3] In 1803, the island of Tasmania (then Van Diemen's Land) was colonised by United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, who subsequently established the settlement of Hobart Town. Published by the Clarence City Council. It is not known if they were a separate nation, or a sub-group of the Oyster Bay Clan (Paredarerme) whose territory stretched from the Tasman Peninsular to St Patrick's Head, just south of the modern Tasmanian township of St Mary's. However its supply during wet months is ample, and the catchment at Risdon Brook Dam provides much of the city's supply. 99% of energy is generated by hydroelectricity. There is large areas of farmland, and many vineyards, particularly in the Coal River valley. The Eastern Shore – A History of Clarence. Of these, almost 10,000 (18%) were under the age of 15, and around 11,000 (20%) over the age of 65. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 1994 [2 vols] (see: Vol. The growth was such that the municipality was officially incorporated as a city on 24 November 1988, with the population having grown beyond 50,000. From Qew Orchards to Meals on Wheels, from company director to mum, I am extensively involved in our beautiful city. Join to Connect Clarence City Council. Bad weather made it difficult to cross, and the massive increase in traffic in the 1950s led to severe congestion. Specifically, Ald Blomeley alleged that on 1 October 2019, Ald Mulder posted a statement on his social media platform, Facebook, which Ald Blomeley indicated was directed at him. [4], Prior to the establishment of the British colony there, Captain John Hayes of the East India Company had sailed up the Derwent River, with the vessels Duke of Clarence and the Duchess of Bengal in 1793. [14], The relocation of the colony did not end the desire to settle the eastern shore of the Derwent though. Banking services also relocated branches, and many new retailers opened, complementing the prosperous Eastlands Shopping Centre. The OHA Football Club would like to greatly thank the Clarence City Council for their presentation of our ground not only during the OSFA finals but the entire 2020 season and allowing us to host the finals. [4] By the 1820s the settlement had spread to the 'Clarence Plains', but the area remained primarily agricultural until the mid to late 20th century, when it experienced a residential development boom. [13], Collin's party arrived on the Derwent River on 16 February 1804, and immediately became becalmed in Storm Bay. However within months it had dried up, and his camp was in despair for want of water. Rosny Park Transit Mall serves as the hub for Metro Tasmania bus transportation within the city, which is the primary provider of public transportation in Clarence. Sunshine Coast Council, QLD. Aldermen. Picture: LUKE BOWDEN. Clarence City Council 38 Bligh Street (PO Box 96) Rosny Park Tasmania 7018 ABN 35 264 254 198. Elections. The religious primary schools in Clarence are: Corpus Christi School, Eastside Christian School, Emmanuel Christian School, John Paul II Primary School, St Cuthbert's Primary School, and St Johns School. By the 1810s, a ferryman was making regular crossings of the Derwent between Sullivans Cove, and 'Kangaroo Point', near where the ferry still arrives at Bellerive Quay. A Multi-screen cinema also opened in 2003, continuing the increasing availability of local services. Click to view latest results. Clarence City Council Code of Conduct (the Code) which was updated on 15 February 2019. Both teams have proved extremely successful: Clarence Football Club won the Tasmanian Football League in 1970, 1979, 1981, 1984, 1993–94, 1996–97, and 2000 (9 times in total), as well as winning the Southern Football League in 2001, 2002, 2004, and 2006 (4 total), during the period in which the statewide league was not competed for. THE Clarence Mountain Bike Park ushered in its 11 th birthday anniversary with the opening of several upgrades for the area.. Made up of 12 councillors (aldermen), including 1 mayor and 1 deputy mayor. Become more involved with your local government, have your say, and serve your city. [40] The senior secondary Rosny College is also situated in the heart of Clarence. The isolation caused by the severing of contact between the shores when the Tasman Bridge collapsed led to the establishment of many new facilities on the eastern shore, including new schools. He immediately set about his first task of relocating the colony to the mouth of the Hobart Rivulet on Sullivans Cove. Clarence City Council Progressive Results. Very soon a mixture of mansions and fine houses, cottages, inns and churches began to be built in the area. The first school opened within Clarence Plains was the Kangaroo Point School (now Bellerive Primary School) in 1842. Tony Foster. Most of the utilities provision within Tasmania has traditionally fallen to government authorities. To find your ward and Councillor, please enter your address below. Positive change for the City of Clarence Most local schools participate in school competitions in major popular sports such as association football (also sometimes referred to as soccer in Australia), Australian rules football, cricket, hockey, netball, Touch Football, swimming and athletics. (ed.) Launceston, Tasmania (1854) [2 vols] (see: Vol. Glamorgan Spring Bay Council, TAS. Community activity. Clarence Climate Action. [57], Local government area in Tasmania, Australia. [56], The City of Clarence is a primarily residential city with 20,737 dwellings, although small scale manufacturing, agriculture, viticulture, retail and government administration are all prevalent. [8], It is believed the indigenous Tasmanian Aborigines have lived in Tasmania for at least 35,000 years. At the conclusion of the briefing Chambroad made a request to council to consider an extension to achieve substantial commencement of the development. Despite excellent bus connections, there is a very high proportion of private car ownership within the City of Clarence. [19], But the late twentieth century also saw two terrible disasters occur with Clarence. The original Bellerive Police Station was also redeveloped as a Community Arts Centre. Horse riding facilities can be found at Acton and surfing is popular at Clifton and Goats Beaches. For many years the Carols by Candlelight festival held annually in Charles Hand Park in the heart of the city, has continued to draw crowds of upwards of 20,000. (2003), 'The Eastern Shore - A History of Clarence' By Alison Alexander (2003). 1, pp.27), The Eastern Shore - A History of Clarence. The current member is the Liberals' Vanessa Goodwin who has held the seat since 2009. Much of the municipality suffered terrible damage and many homes were lost during the infamous 1967 Tasmanian fires. Their main public supply reservoir is Risdon Brook Dam. From 1789 until 1830, when he ascended the throne, he was titled His Royal Highness The Duke of Clarence and St Andrews. The Issue Notes are an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning about many of the things Council discusses. 3,155 residents identified various other languages as regularly spoken within the city. [19] A rare attempt at commercial opportunism was the short-lived Bellerive-Sorell Railway (1892 until 1926) which had its terminus on a long jetty extending into the Bay on reclaimed land that now makes up part of the Bellerive Boardwalk. 325 likes. Relieved at making landfall following an arduous crossing of the Indian Ocean, Hayes named the region around Rokeby as 'Clarence Plains', in honour of the vessel having delivered them safely to a sanctuary. 146 likes. But the motion was lost after a … The average house price in Clarence is A$ 310,000. Councillor (Alderman) Clarence City Council. I want our city to be vibrant and exciting, the best place to live, work and play. By the late 1810s, farmers, timbermen, and pioneers had begun settling on the eastern shore of the Derwent River. Clarence City Council 38 Bligh Street (PO Box 96) Rosny Park Tasmania 7018 ABN 35 264 254 198. These are Clarence High School, Emmanuel Christian School, Geilston Bay High School, MacKillop College, Rokeby High School, and Rose Bay High School. Mayor Peter Flannery. 2018 Council Issues Notes. Almost immediately following the exploration of the region following the settlement of Hobart in 1803, Hayes name of 'Clarence Plains' fell into common use. The whole area of the City of Clarence falls within the Australian Electoral Division of Franklin. Motor vehicle crime was 551.4 per 100,000, slightly below the national average, although a significant decrease on the 2001 figure (613.9/100,000). Since then Clarence has grown rapidly to become a self-sufficient city. Alderman Richard James continued in his opposition to flying the flag, arguing it would prevent community organisations from flying their flag outside council on special occasions. Clarence City Council Alderman Luke Edmunds has called for reforms to the way Local Government candidate advertising returns are released to the public. On average, Clarence is warmer, and has less annual precipitation than Hobart or Glenorchy. Other languages identified as frequently spoken within the city were Greek (199 speakers), German (157), Italian (107), Spanish (80), and Dutch (60). The Bayfield Healthcare Centre (now known as the Clarence Community Health Centre)[37] was developed at considerable cost to the state government, but soon became the City's primary health care provider. Mains water remains so, and is now provided by the Clarence City Council. City of Greater Geraldton, WA. Report this profile ... Clarence City Council Nov 2009 - Present 11 years 3 months. The rate of robberies was 33.2 per 100,000, also well below the national average. Glamorgan Spring Bay Council, TAS. You deserve genuine consultation before a decision is made, transparent processes during development assessments, and appropriate development that enhances your recreational areas without locking you out. The City of Clarence has a very active culture of sports. Alderman, apricot farmer, local business person, community leader and, hopefully, re-elected representative on Clarence City Council. In 1862, Bellerive also became the administrative centre of the municipality, and the Eastern Police District, but for much of the late nineteenth century, Clarence Plains experienced little development, remaining primarily agricultural. Consumables, $144.94; Conferences/training, $15; IT and communications equipment … Clarence, Tasmania. More than a third of the total city area is untouched bushland, with many parks, and large areas given over to nature reserves. The eastern shore seems to have been home to the Moomairemener. Ferry services operates services between Bellerive Quay and Sullivans Cove at peak times on weekdays. Clarence City Council alderman Brendan Blomeley said laws that allowed "a hungry and homeless man to be charged, convicted and fined for taking waste food" should be … It operates a mayor-council system that consists of twelve aldermen that stand for four-year terms. Candidate status. According to 2016 statistics, the rate of homicide in the Region was 1.7 per 100,000, well below the national average. Cr Annie Browning. Telephone 03 6217 9500 Email clarence@ccc.tas.gov.au Telephone 03 6217 9500 Email clarence@ccc.tas.gov.au Such cards will be in accordance … For many years the eastern shore of the Derwent River lagged behind the development of arts and cultural activities that had occurred within Hobart itself. The Metropolitan Transport Trust supported the expansion into the eastern shore, by opening up an excellent network of bus routes into the municipality. The council currently flies the Tasmanian, Australian and Clarence City flags, with a … The City of Clarence generally receives sunrise two to three minutes before Hobart and Glenorchy, and sunset is also experienced slightly after the western shore, due to the angle of shadow cast by Mount Wellington. Whilst it is definitely not large enough to be considered a hospital, recent upgrading has seen the centre fall into the super clinic category.[38]. A supply (not exceeding two reams per financial year) of Clarence City Council "Alderman's Room" letterhead, stationery and envelopes for use on Council business. [22], An increasing variety of services opened on the eastern shore. Only two aldermen from the dismissed Glebe Council, McCormack and Emblem were elected in … Clarence constitutes a significant proportion of the Federal electoral division of Franklin. John West. The park is managed by Clarence City Council and the new facilities were officially opened by Clarence City Council Deputy Mayor Alderman Heather Chong as part of a special anniversary event. • Grasstree Hill There are six High Schools within the City of Clarence. (2003), This page was last edited on 18 December 2020, at 00:53. Electricity supply within the City of Clarence is administered by Aurora Energy on behalf of Hydro Tasmania, the state's sole electricity supply company. 658 likes. In 2004 Tasmanian Digital Television was developed as a collaborative effort between WIN and Southern Cross to develop a digital broadcasting television service. The city of Clarence is blessed with many open spaces, parks and areas of bushland. Alderman Dean Ewington. Clarence, Tasmania. Some, such as Bellerive, Lindisfarne and Richmond first developed as isolated villages, and others, such as Mornington and Warrane developed through public housing programmes. [17] Despite this, the Clarence Plains region became a municipality in its own right in 1860. All aldermen represent the entire local areas as the city is not divided into wards. The municipal area is made up of suburbs, seaside shacks, historic villages, vineyards, farms and so much more. [23], The City of Clarence, along with Glenorchy, Hobart, and Kingborough form Greater Hobart. [57] The area that now constitutes the City of Clarence was once part of the traditional land of the Moomairemener, a sub-group of the Tasmanian Aborigines. I have lived on the Eastern Shore for almost 30 years and feel strongly about providing considered representation for ratepayers and residents. [10] However the population growth on the eastern shore was much slower than that of Hobart Town, despite the close proximity of the young town. Fearing the arrival of French explorers who may have wished to make a rival claim to the island of Van Diemen's Land, the then Governor of New South Wales, Philip Gidley King dispatched a young 23-year-old Lieutenant by the name of John Bowen to establish a colony there. The East Derwent Highway (B32) also connects to the Tasman Bridge, but heads northwards instead, and eventually reconnects with the Midlands Highway (A1) at Bridgewater. Telephone 03 6217 9500 Email clarence@ccc.tas.gov.au (2003), Clarence – A Brighter Place. Clarence City Council alderman Beth Warren for the Mercury Alderman Blomeley the surname of the landowners in question was Lambrakis, not Berhakis. Cr Peter Cox. [26], • Campania Other annual events organised by the council include the City of Clarence Australia Day Festival, the Clarence Jazz Festival, and the Clarence Seafarers Festival – incorporating the Bellerive Regatta.[41]. There are thirteen government, and six religious primary schools in Clarence. 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