(click on the belfry images below to see larger versions)

St. David's Anglican Cathedral

125 Macquarie Street
(Murray Street corner)
Ten bells, plus 3# and 7#, cast between 1911 and 2003 by Taylors of Loughborough
Tenor 21-2-8 (1096kg) in E
Also five extra chiming bells

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

Church Street
North Hobart
Eight bells cast in 1847 by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in London
Tenor: 9-0-10 (462kg) in G
Australia's oldest peal of bells

Are there any other bells in Hobart?

There are, of course, numerous churches and other buildings around Hobart that have bells. However, apart from the above two, all such installations consist of a single bell or a small number of bells fixed to a beam or able to swing through only a small arc. The above two towers are the only two (in Tasmania, not just Hobart) that have bells designed to be swung through a full circle in the English tradition, which allows the ringers to practise the art of change ringing.