Huntingfield, Tasmania

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Huntingfield is located in Tasmania
Coordinates 42°59′35″S 147°17′11″E / 42.99306°S 147.28639°E / -42.99306; 147.28639Coordinates: 42°59′35″S 147°17′11″E / 42.99306°S 147.28639°E / -42.99306; 147.28639
Population 428 (2016 census)[1]
Postcode(s) 7055
LGA(s) Kingborough
Federal Division(s) Franklin
Suburbs around Huntingfield:
Kingston Kingston
Huntingfield Maranoa Heights
Margate Howden Blackmans Bay

Huntingfield is an outer suburb of the greater Hobart area, bordering Blackmans Bay and Kingston. The area was created in the late 1980s. Located in Huntingfield are Tarremah Steiner School, St Aloysius Catholic College and Kingborough Family Church.[2] In 2017 it's houses were the fastest selling in Australia, which was attributed to resonable prices, and a good range of services.[3]


The first European to visit the area was botanist Robert Brown in 1804, and the area was later settled by the Lucas family. It was predominantly an agricultural area until the late 1960s when bushfires, changes in the export market and the completion of the Southern Outlet road to Hobart caused urbanisation and growth.[4]


  1. ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (27 June 2017). "Huntingfield (State Suburb)". 2016 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 14 April 2018. Edit this at Wikidata
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