North Warrane Oval with the Meehan Ranges in the background
|Population||2,431 (2016 census)|
|LGA(s)||City of Clarence|
Warrane is a suburb of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, within the City of Clarence local government area. It is approximately 5 kilometres (3 mi) from Hobart's CBD. It is located between Rosny Park and Mornington and runs parallel to the Tasman Highway.
Warrane is a primarily residential suburb, and is served by Rosny Park for commercial services.
The current Post Office opened on 1 June 1955. An earlier office named Montagu Bay opened in 1923, was renamed Warrane that year, Montagu Bay in 1944 and closed in 1951.
The Warrane Sports Centre,
Warriors Park (Formerly the Warrane Hockey Centre) an AstroTurf Pitch and is the home of Hobart Olympia Warriors,
On its north-eastern side, Warrane abuts the Meehan Range, a bushland area with bush walks, cliffs, and views of Mount Wellington and surrounding areas. The ranges are home to native wildlife including Tasmanian devils and tiger snakes.
- TAFE Tasmania
- City of Clarence
- Eastern Suburbs Rugby Union Football Club
- Nelson Eastern Suburbs Football Club
- Olympia Football Club
- MacKillop Beltas Cricket Club
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