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A Practical Guide for Moving to Tasmania (and all your FAQs)

Are you considering moving to the beautiful, thriving and industrious state of Tasmania? We look at some of the great reasons to move here and answer your Frequently Asked Questions.

Where to live in Tasmania: How about New Town?

We continue our ‘Where to Live in Tasmania’ series. Focus on New Town, an established suburb about 3km north of Hobart CBD.

[VIDEO] Go Behind the Scenery – Queen of The King

[VIDEO] This video forms part of Tourism Tasmania’s “Go Behind the Scenery” campaign. Enjoy the West Coast’s King River with King River Rafting.

Where to live in Tasmania: How about Legana?

We continue our series on ‘Where to Live in Tasmania’ – a focus on Legana, a suburb of Launceston thirteen kilometres from the city centre.

[VIDEO] Go Behind the Scenery – One Man, Seven Sheds

[VIDEO] This video forms part of Tourism Tasmania’s “Go Behind the Scenery” campaign. Meet Willie Simpson, the proud owner of Seven Sheds Brewery.

Where to live in Tasmania: How about Bellerive?

We continue our ‘Where to Live in Tasmania’ series. Focus on Bellerive, an established suburb, on the Eastern Shore, about 6km from Hobart.

[VIDEO] Go Behind the Scenery – Native Companion

[VIDEO] This video forms part of Tourism Tasmania’s “Go Behind the Scenery” campaign. Meet Greg Irons, founder of the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.

Where to live in Tasmania: How about Longford?

We continue our ‘Where to Live in Tasmania’ series. Focus on Longford, an historic town just 20 minutes from Launceston.

[VIDEO] Chef Jacques Reymond at TasTAFE

[VIDEO] This video shows chef Jacques Reymond visit to TasTAFE Drysdale for the Great Chefs Series. He also visits the Harvest Farmer’s Market.

Where to live in Tasmania: How about Devonport?

We continue our ‘Where to Live in Tasmania’ series. Focus on Devonport, the largest city on the north-west coast.

[VIDEO] The Huon Trail in Southern Tasmania

[VIDEO] This video shows you around some of the attractions in the Huon Valley, south of Hobart, on the Huon Trail.

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