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Fishing on the beach at St Helens Point | Tourism Tasmania | Glenn Gibson

Fishing on the beach at St Helens Point | Tourism Tasmania | Glenn Gibson

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PLUS a relocation worksheet which you can download and start using as soon as you sign up. This will help you start planning your move to Tasmania.

Your Tassie News e-newsletter features:

  • Statistics and news about the Tasmanian real estate market
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  1. Paula June 4, 2012 at 5:17 pm - Reply

    Hi, my husband and I are planning to move to Tassie next year and would like to live somewhere not too windy and where there is low fire danger. Any ideas on where to focus – calm and safe?

  2. Jo June 4, 2012 at 5:32 pm - Reply

    Hi Paula,

    Thanks for posting. The answer depends on what sort of lifestyle you are wanting when you come to Tasmania. Are you wanting a suburban, rural or semi-rural location?

    If you want to live in a rural area, do you need to be within a certain drive time of one of the main centres or a rural centre? If so, that will then immediately reduce the options down. From there we can start to help you determine what part of Tasmania is best for you to consider.

    I think the safety in terms of fire risk and the wind will to a large extent then come down to the individual location of the house/land rather than a broad area. I can answer that better if you can tell us more about what you are looking for in terms of lifestyle.


    • Brony June 22, 2012 at 12:20 pm - Reply

      Perhaps the East Coast, bit more flat and open in places as possibly less wind.

      As Jo states, depends where you want to live and what lifestyle. You can usually ensure the safety of your home if good practices maintained.

  3. Troy Said June 23, 2012 at 4:39 pm - Reply

    I think you know that Moving interstate or overseas is a major decision that definitely impacts on others. You can visit the following sites to get tips on moving to Tasmania.


  4. Juli Szasz December 26, 2014 at 8:52 am - Reply

    I’d like to receive the newsletter and checklist please

    • Jo December 26, 2014 at 1:48 pm - Reply

      Hi Julie
      I have added you to the mailing list. I am also forwarding the most recent newsletter to your email along with a link to the free worksheet.

      Please get in touch at [email protected] if you need any help with your move to Tasmania.


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