Beach Party a huge success

People of all ages came to Bellerive Beach for the first Clarence City Council Bellerive Beach Party on Saturday 6 January.

The free, family-friendly event saw circus activities, food vans, a sandcastle building competition and more on Bellerive Beach.

Those attending the party were treated to non-stop live music from local bands Boil Up, Araco Libre and the winner of the 2023 Tasmanian Rock Challenge for best High School Band, The Pedestrians.

Clarence Mayor Brendan Blomeley said he was thrilled with the turnout for the event.

“The Bellerive Beach Party was an amazing celebration of summer in Clarence, and the perfect event for people of all ages to enjoy,” Mayor Blomeley said.

“From Clifton to South Arm beach, Seven Mile to Howrah beach, and so many more, each summer residents from all across Greater Hobart flock to our coastline to enjoy the most Australian of summer activities – a day at the beach.

“Beach culture is embedded in Clarence’s identity and is a huge source of pride for those lucky enough to live here, and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate that than a party on the beach.”

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