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My favourite things to do in Tasmania? Happy to share with you...

My favourite things to do in Tasmania? Although I have so many I will name only 5 on this page. Hard to choose from so many wonderful activities...

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Esperance
and my Great Grandfather

My Great Grandfather was a convict transported to Tasmania on the 7th March 1842 on board the Eden 2, arriving in Tasmania on the 5th July 1842. From

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and my Great Grandfather"

Places to go in Tasmania

No matter where you begin your journey in Tasmania, you will not be far from wonderful places to visit.

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Many exciting Tasmanian events await your enjoyment.

Interesting Tasmanian events take place throughout the year. Plan your visit to Tasmania so you are in attendance on one or more of these special occasions.

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The Tasmanian Devil disease is killing off our beloved devils.

What is the Tasmanian Devil disease all about? The official name for the disease is Devil Facial Tumour Disease or DFTD. It is a deadly disease.

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