Weather for your move to Tasmania

Well Tasmania is currently having a cold snap along with the rest of the country.

Hobart in particular is having a really cold spell and there is even plenty of snow about.

However don’t be put off moving to Tasmania by this cold snap. If you move to Tasmania then the weather is not always like this. Rest assured from a locally born Tasmanian that Hobart, and Tasmania in general, has some very nice Summer conditions and you can really enjoy moving to Tasmania.

There are some false rumours that Hobart is really cold in winter but I don’t find this the case – at least not any worse than Melbourne. Sure you need appropriate clothing but there are also some very nice sunny days during winter and you can really have a good time moving to Tasmania.

If you would like to explore the possibility of a move to Tasmania then please take a look around the site and get in contact with us for any assistance or advice that you need.

Moving to Tasmania can really mean a great lifestyle so don’t be put off – come and visit Tasmania and carefully consider moving to Hobart or other parts of Tasmania.

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  1. Jo July 12, 2011 at 11:32 am - Reply

    Just by way of an update the weather on Sunday was really bad.

    Mind you there were many people who enjoyed the snow and had a great time. There aren’t many places in Australia like Hobart where snow and the waterfront / beaches are only minutes away from each other!

    The weather will return to normal again soon I am sure.

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  2. Anna July 9, 2012 at 4:39 pm - Reply

    Hi Jo,

    Winter in Tassie isn’t bad so it shouldn’t deter anyone from moving here cause they’re worried it’s going to be cold! In fact, a lot of people prefer Tasmania in the colder months – snow-capped mountains, icy rivers and log fires are just some of the things to look forward to. Here’s an article on Tassie during the colder winter months:, if any of your readers are interested in checking it out.

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