Belleville Street Green is in the seaside city of Victoria, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. A large anchor rests near this grass covered area along Belleville Street. Belleville Street Green lies between the street and the Clipper Ferry Terminal, a passenger catamaran to downtown Seattle, Washington State, USA. There are benches and picnic tables that are useful while waiting for the ferry to arrive or depart from Victoria’s inner harbour. The sidewalk along Belleville Street forms part of the David Foster Way, a pedestrian pathway along the south shore of Victoria’s harbour. There are many parks and green spaces near by such as Laurel Point Park, Quadra Park, Centennial Park, Fisherman’s Wharf Park, Parliament Buildings Gardens, Thunderbird Park, Irving Park, Confederation Garden Plaza, South Park, Empress Hotel Gardens, Cridge Park and Beacon Hill Park.
Geographic coordinates N48° 25′ 19” W123° 22′ 29″
Belleville Street Green can be reached the Trans Canada Highway. Continue along the highway is it becomes Douglas Street. Turn left onto Belleville Street continue along past the museum, parliamentary buildings and hotels to reach Oswego Street. The small park is at 254 Belleville Street beside the Clipper Ferry Building with the United States Customs for clearance to Seattle, Washington State. There is limited roadside parking along Belleville Street in downtown Victoria, B.C.