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Bridgewater is situated on the eastern shore of the Derwent River. It is a suburb of the local government area of the Municipality of Brighton. From a transport perspective, Bridgewater is one of the first suburbs encountered by visitors traveling from the state's north via the Midland Highway and the Brighton Bypass. The suburb connects to the western shore via the Bridgewater Bridge and Causeway. Bridgewater was also once home to the train station, which was used by commuters for travel into the city.

In past decades, Bridgewater has been identified as one of the lowest socio-economic areas of Hobart, due to low average household age, and above average levels of unemployment, bogans, and crime. Despite its reputation, the suburb's locality boundaries include farming and industrial zones, as well as private and public housing.