Our earlier post on Choosing Where to Living in Tasmania focused on the first steps to narrow down the options by choosing a region in Tasmania. Now that you have all that in place it is time to talk about how to narrow down where to live within a particular city or region.
Lonely Planet posted this article on some of the top experiences to be had in Tasmania a while ago, however we agree that these are some of the must do's.
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.
Ben Lomond Range | Tourism Tasmania | Ray Joyce We are often asked for help when people are trying to work out where to move to in Tasmania. The information below gives you a starting point to read about what each region of Tassie can offer. Tasmania is generally divided into three main [...]
Spirit of Tasmania | Tourims Tasmania | Rick Eaves Tasmania is small and perfect for driving holidays and day trips from your new home. Although it can take you longer to get to places than you imagine due to being mostly on secondary roads and wanting to fossick in each small town along [...]
Tasmania has 29 local government areas. Yes, this is a lot... There is often talk about council mergers, and that comes and goes. Perhaps one day there will be less for a population of only around 500,000 people! When you are planning to move to a new place, the website for the local government can [...]
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released some more data from the 2011 Census that provides information on the socio-economic indexes in areas across Australia. You can find the data and ABS reports on their website - here. An article about the data was published in The Sunday Tasmanian, as shown below. To be [...]
Tourism Tasmania yesterday launched a new tourism campaign called Go Behind the Scenery. You can see the TV ad below. httpv://youtube.com/watch?v=eziM99bFSj0&feature=em-subs_digest In addition to the advertising, there is a Go Behind the Scenery website that showcases every region of the state. Visit the regions section to view great videos of each area. Itineraries are also provided for [...]
Photo Credit: gabriel.jorby via Compfight cc The Tasmanian Arts Festival, Ten Days on the Island starts this week, from 15 to 24 March 2013. The festival is has been held every two years since 2001. The following is from the website. Also check out the Facebook page for the festival. Ten Days on the [...]
Pipers Brook Vineyard | Tourism Tasmania | George Apostolidis Lonely Planet recently posted this article on some of the top experiences to be had in Tasmania. We agree that these are some of the must do's. You can read the original article on the Lonely Planet website here. Top nine experiences in Tasmania Tasmania is [...]
The Real Estate Institute of Tasmania released it's December Quarter Property Report recently. Some highlights from the report follow. Most Expensive Suburbs/Towns Acton Park - $605,000 Sandy Bay - $567,500 Sandford - $530,000 Mount Stuart - $487,500 Taroona - $482,575 Mount Nelson - $467,000 South Hobart - $464,500 Tranmere - $462,500 New Town - $440,000 [...]