Bellerive Oval Stadium, Hobart, Australia
Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia profile
Bellerive Oval, Hobart Stadium Profile

Opened in 1914, Bellerive Oval is also known as Blundstone Arena, their sponsor name. It is located in the City of Clearence on the eastern side of Hobart, Tasmania. In 1977, the Tasmanian Cricket Association decided to choose Bellerive Oval as their home ground.

The dimension to the oval are 175m x 135m similar to those of the MCG, but has slightly shorter square boundaries. Pitches at the ground often prove slow in pace early and then gradually flatten out. To allow for day-night matches to be played at the venue, four light towers were installed in 2009.

The first international game was played between Sri Lanka and New Zealand, an ODI in 1988. The Oval is also the home for North Melbourne Football Club, the AFL (Australian Football League) team.

Bellerive Oval Stadium Details
Owner : Clarence City Council
Address : 15 Derwent St, Bellerive TAS 7018
End Names : Church Street End, River End
Home Team : Hobart Hurricanes, Tasmanian Tigers
Establishment : 1914
Playing Area : 175.0m long, 135.5m wide
Seating Capacity : 19,500 Approx
Floodlights : Yes, 2009
How to Arrive Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia
Airport : 15.4 Kms - 16 minutes from Hobart International Airport, Australia
Transport : Free shuttle buses drop-off/pick-up area is located on Church Street near the Northern Gate. There is a taxi rank located in Douglas Street.
Local Transport : Bus, Car
Landmark : Bellerive Beach
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