Launceston has a population of around 100,000, so it is a regional city. I think it's greatest advantage is that if you want a rural lifestyle you can have it and still be within 15-20 minutes of the city centre if you choose. Of course you can go even further afield if proximity to the city is not as important on a regular basis. Alternatively, a city or suburban lifestyle means you are always close to everything in Launceston as it is pretty compact.
When you start to think about moving to Tasmania it is likely that you are unsure about where to live. Of course, people move to Tasmania for many reasons and being clear on the reason is often a great place to start in determining where best to base yourselves. Some people I talk to have yet to decide on the region to live in, much less narrowing it down to suburbs or towns. Others know the region or city but still have lots of questions about how to then narrow down the choices. Even though Tassie is small, there is still lots of choices of where to live and many different lifestyles you can create for yourself.
Our dog Charlie loves to run at the park or beach. If you are moving to Tasmania or buying property in Tasmania and you have a dog then you are probably interested to know how the local councils manage animals and what facilities they provide. I have linked below to the exercise areas for each council in Tasmania.
In this post we bring together to top 10 things you need to consider when planning a move to Tasmania. From considering where you will live, to whether you will buy or rent your new home. There are many decisions to be made.
When you are dreaming of your move to Australia or within Australia, consider if Tasmania can deliver on those dreams. This small state offers something for everyone – beautiful surroundings, top quality food and wine, a temperate climate and a wonderful, relaxed lifestyle. And to top it off, ‘Tassie’ can be one of the most affordable places to live in Australia.
We continue our 'Where to Live in Tasmania' series. Focus on Richmond, an historic town about 26km from Hobart.
We continue our 'Where to Live in Tasmania' series. Focus on New Town, an established suburb about 3km north of Hobart CBD.
We continue our series on 'Where to Live in Tasmania' - a focus on Legana, a suburb of Launceston thirteen kilometres from the city centre.
We continue our 'Where to Live in Tasmania' series. Focus on Bellerive, an established suburb, on the Eastern Shore, about 6km from Hobart.
We continue our 'Where to Live in Tasmania' series. Focus on Longford, an historic town just 20 minutes from Launceston.
We continue our 'Where to Live in Tasmania' series. Focus on Devonport, the largest city on the north-west coast.
We continue our 'Where to Live in Tasmania' series. Focus on Taroona, an established suburb, by the beach, about 9km south of Hobart.
We continue our series on 'Where to Live in Tasmania' - a focus on Newstead, a suburb of Launceston three kilometres from the city centre.
We continue our 'Where to Live in Tasmania' series. Focus on West Hobart, an inner city suburb of Hobart adjacent to the CBD.
We continue our 'Where to Live in Tasmania' series. Focus on Swansea, a lovely seaside town on the East Coast of Tasmania.