Jo & Dale have launched an online social community for the disability sector worldwide based on tolerance, respect and safety. It also covers the NDIS in Australia.
The most reliable way to find the best school for your child is to visit and find out about its philosophy and programs or engage a relocation consultant to do this for you.
Being an island Tasmania is very dependent on the mainland for things that we cannot produce enough of ourselves. The recent Basslink outage was a stark reminder.
The Hobart city centre certainly changed without Myer dominating Liverpool Street. The old building was impressive and had a grand staircase from the ground floor. The hole in the ground left after the fire was there for way too long. Finally after 8 years, the new Myer building opened in November. The second Myer building [...]
Betsssssy via Compfight cc Photo Credit: Betsssssy via Compfight cc Today we continue with Karen and Gene's move to Tasmania story. You can read Part 1 here. Moving Week The house and the workshop were now packed into 400-odd boxes and bundles. The biggest category was my husband’s collection of timber. This [...]
Maybe golf isn't high on your priority list when deciding about whether to move to Tasmania, but Tasmania has been named the “undiscovered golf destination of the year” by more than 200 of the world’s leading golf travel journalists across 36 countries. So you will have something to do on your weekends or in retirement even! [...]
Photo Credit: Diana Parkhouse via Compfight cc We often hear from people thinking of moving to Tasmania, that they are worried that house prices may not increase (making their asset more valuable) or when will it be the bottom of the market and time to buy? Well we are pleased to report from [...]
One of the things that often concerns families when investigating moving to Tasmania, is the quality of education and the range of choices for University education. Things in Tasmania have come a long way since the University days of Jo and I, when the only University was in Hobart and options in the rest of [...]
One of the great things you can enjoy when you live in Tasmania or just come to Tasmania for a holiday is our great food and wine. Olive oil is no exception and there is some good news for out boutique producers. Quality of food and the environment is very important to your health and [...]
The Tasmanian Government offers advice and assistance to people considering moving to Tasmania in terms of jobs being sought to be filled and Visa information. We are not migration agents and cannot offer you any advice on obtaining your Visa if you are wanting to migrate to Tasmania. We can however refer you to that [...]
When conducting rental searches for our clients recently, we have noticed that rental prices have been increasing and rental properties in popular locations or price brackets are being snapped up more quickly. If you are moving to Tasmania, then it is now more important to plan ahead, and act very quickly after you inspect properties to apply for them.
Betsssssy via Compfight cc Photo Credit: Betsssssy via Compfight cc The Tasmanian Government is taking welcome action to try and boost the population of Tasmania. Various programs will be implemented and different forms of marketing and promotion will be put into place to attract more people to Tasmania. As a recent article we [...]
Recent data has revealed that New Town is Tasmanias most sought after suburb. New Town is close to Hobart, served well by public transport and is very close to shopping and cafe and restaurant facilities. I did live in New Town myself for approximately 6 months while renovating another house and quite enjoyed the time. [...]