Blackmans Bay is a beachside suburb of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Blackmans Bay south of Hobart became named after a James Blackman who occupied land there within the 1820s even as some other "Blackman Bay", close to Dunalley turned into so named in 1642 because of the presence of Aboriginal people. Blackmans Bay is the most affluent suburb in line with documents released by means of the Australian Taxation Office.
The metropolis is positioned adjoining to Kingston, and is approximately fourteen kilometres south of Hobart. Blackmans Bay has 3 number one colleges from kindergarten to grade six: Blackmans Bay, Illawarra, set up in the overdue Nineteen Eighties, and the Catholic St. Aloysius. There is also a seashore and buying centre within taking walks distance of most homes. The buying centre consists of a supermarket, newsagency, physician's surgical treatment, pharmacy, butcher and a selection of different shops.
There is a blowhole near the northern give up of the seashore, which in truth is more like a huge rock arch wherein waves may be seen coming in and crashing at the rocks. There are severa cliffs and viewpoints alongside Blowhole Road. On the southern side of the seaside there is a song that results in Flowerpot Point. This is a famous spot for fishing, despite the fact that snags are an issue due to the prevalence of seaweed and rock ledges below the water.