Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Suburb Profile

May 2023 | Tags: Suburb Profile

Kingston Beach, Tasmania Suburb Profile

Kingston Beach, a small beachside suburb of 1 990 people, boasts relaxing, delightful summer days and festive seaside evenings. This little gem is becoming increasingly popular with Tasmanian locals wanting a comfortable lifestyle near the sea while also enjoying trendy restaurants, cafes, small markets, and much more.

Where is Kingston Beach, Tasmania?

Kingston Beach, just 2 kilometres southeast of the town of Kingston and 13.5 kilometres south of the Hobart CBD, is picking up the pace in popularity amongst families, dog lovers and beach fanatics.

 

Postcode of 7050, Tasmania

Kingston Beach, Tasmania to Hobart: 13.5km / 16 minutes

Population of 1,990 people

Real estate in Kingston Beach

An image of Kingston Beach Tasmania

Kingston Beach hosts a range of new, old and newly renovated homes inviting the refreshing and energising sea breeze in to start your mornings from the close proximity to the beach.

 

Contemporary homes offer expansive windows to take advantage of the panoramic views and natural light, with spacious living and outdoor entertainment areas.

 

Opportunistic units and apartments are often considered ideal additions to any holiday home investor portfolio or an excellent location for beach-loving retirees.

 

Many Kingston Beach homes situated on the cliffs and the much-envied main street running parallel to the beach have breathtaking water views. At the heart of Kingston Beach, the properties take advantage of the flat landscape and enjoy being within walking distance of the beach. Properties located on the cliffs relish the remarkable expansive water views and overlook the small town's festivities.

Featured Kingston Beach properties sold by Fall Real Estate:

7 Seabreeze Court Kingston Beach, sold by Fall Real Estate in 2024

7 Seabreeze Court, Kingston Beach, Tas, 7050

SOLD - $1,430,000

February 2024

15 Amarina Court, Kingston Beach, sold by Fall Real Estate in 2024

14 Amarina Court, Kingston Beach, Tas, 7050

SOLD - $825,000

February 2024

48 Windsor Street, Kingston Beach, sold by Fall Real Estate

48 Windsor Street, Kingston Beach, Tas, 7050

SOLD - $1,350,000

November 2023

6 Alex Court Kingston Beach, sold by Fall Real Estate, in 2023

6 Alex Court,
Kingston Beach, Tas, 7050

SOLD - $920,000

November 2023

Transport availability in Kingston Beach

lYou can walk to the main shopping centre in Kingston, Channel Court, from the heart of Kingston Beach in 20 minutes or take a leisurely bike ride in 7 minutes.

 

Metro provides a bus service that runs through Kingston Beach at affordable daily fares. A not-for-profit organisation also offers door-to-door transport for people over 65 and those with a disability.

 

You can contact Metro on the information hotline - 13 22 01 or visit their office in Hobart or Moonah for the timetable and service information.

Things to do in Kingston Beach

Opened in 1922, the Kingston Beach Golf Club has grown into Tasmania’s southernmost 18-hole champion golf course. Inviting the serious to the casual golfer, this club offers picturesque grounds with river and beach views and much native wildlife and trees.

 

The Duck Park provides a safe, enclosed play space as well as open areas for children to run around and feed the local ducks! You will also find an outdoor park gym for any age to exercise while viewing the river and golf course.

Nature and recreation spots

Kingston Beach is a popular beach, and for a good reason. It offers locals a place for a leisurely stroll along the sand while admiring the beautiful view at sunrise. A paved path parallel to the beach allows families with children to ride their bikes or scooters, dog lovers to walk their canines or an alternative walking track for those who prefer not to walk on the sand.

 

Alum Cliffs Track begins at the northern end of Kingston Beach. The track climbs from Tyndall Beach (adjacent Kingston Beach and is also known as “The Dog Beach” by locals) through a coastal blue-gum forest with tall silver banksias.

Dining and cafes

Things to do in Kingston Beach - Fall Real Estate

Along the Kingston Beach Esplanade is The Salty Dog. It has a fantastic beer garden equipped with outdoor seating and a grass area with bean bags and picnic tables – the perfect place for a delicious Australian meal with family and friends. Go for lunch, dinner or an evening drink after a leisurely summer bike ride with friends.

 

Next to Salty Dog, you will find Zero81 Napoli, an Italian bar and restaurant run by husband and wife Matteo and Juliana. Bring your family and friends and share the love of authentic Italian food. Follow them on Facebook for live music and what’s happening. Search their delicious menu - with gluten-free options, a kid's menu, and pizza and pasta galore; you and your whole family will undoubtedly find your favourite cuisine.

 

Robbie Browns is the best of both worlds. Wake up to a quality local produce breakfast from their seasonal menu, or set in for a cosy dinner with your family or friends. Later, head over to their award-winning Robbie Browns Bar, where they offer an ever-changing beer and wine menu. Offering outside and inside seating, you will find your favourite spot throughout our Tasmanian seasons.

 

If you want to invite the whole family to the beach for lunch and soak up some rays, you can use the local BBQ and picnic facilities near the beach playground. The playground on the sand has tall timber swings and a rope climbing frame for kids to test their balance skills.

Shopping and services

Enter Boho at the beach for an experience you will not forget. From purchasing your own kimonos, beautiful books, scented candles, and stunning jewellery handmade in India to having a glass of wine while you shop or eating something delicious to feed your soul!

 

Held on the second Sunday of each month, if you visit, you will appreciate the local Kingston Beach Handmade Market and all it has to offer - including its arts and crafts, homemade food, a wide array of plants and the local vibe with live music! A lovely way to enjoy a Sunday with family and friends, and afterwards, treat yourself with a cookie and coffee at the Eb + Flo Local Espresso!

 

Not too far away, Kingston Plaza, located in Kingston, provides locals with their everyday necessities, from a bottleshop, bakery and Coles supermarket to a general practitioner, optometrist and pharmacy.

 

Opposite Kingston Plaza is Channel Court Shopping Centre, where you can shop more, including Woolworths, the local post office, Big W, Just Cuts, Jeans West and Flight Centre.

Are you a local business?

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Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Community Clubs

Located at the southern end of Kingston Beach, Kingston Beach Sailing Club, this club claims to have some of the best sailing in Australia! This club offers coaching, low-cost sailing lessons, powerboat courses, racing, social events and boat storage. Click here to check out their upcoming events!

 

Run by the Heart Foundation Walking Groups, Team Kingston Beach Walking Group is a daily walking group for medium-paced walkers.

 

One of thirteen life-saving clubs, Kingston Beach Surf Life Saving Club began in 2009 with their members actively patrolling, competing, providing water safety and call out search and rescue within the Kingborouch and Huon regions! They also support many educational and recreational organisations with their water-based programs.

Local schools

Kingston Primary School and Kingston High School are the suburb's two public schools and are located in the neighbouring suburb of Kingston.

 

Kingston Beach is also close to St Aloysius, Calvin Christian School and Southern Christian College – three co-educational private schools that cater to both primary and secondary education.

Property Prices in Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Click here to view properties currently available in Kingston Beach, Tasmania.

 

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Unsure about what is involved in a rental property appraisal or sales property appraisal? Explore our informative article titled "What is a Property Appraisal" for a comprehensive understanding!

 

Fall Real Estate has a network of eight premier real estate offices strategically positioned throughout Southern Tasmania, providing you with convenient access to our friendly and professional agents.

 

For those looking to buy, sell or rent property in Kingston Beach and its surrounding areas, our conveniently located office in Kingston Beach is within close reach.

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