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Goodwood, Tasmania

Summary
Goodwood is a residential locality in the local government area (LGA) of Glenorchy in the Hobart LGA region of Tasmania. The locality is about east of the town of Glenorchy. The 2016 census recorded a population of 1049 for the state suburb of Goodwood. It is a suburb of Hobart. The small residential suburb starts just south-east of the Brooker Highway and Goodwood Road junction. It is best known for its annual Christmas light decorations. Most houses in Goodwood were built in the 1950s as public housing. The suburb is also home to light industry and docks. An Anglican church and two primary schools are also located in the suburb. History Goodwood was gazetted as a locality in 1961. Geography The waters of Prince of Wales Bay form the eastern boundary and part of the southern. Road infrastructure National Route 1 (Brooker Highway) passes to the south-west, and several roads provide access to the locality.
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