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What are the seasons like in Tasmania? Why is the weather compared to that of Northern Europe?
Summers are warm and dry, though not usually as warm as elsewhere in Australia. Winters can be very cold bringing rain and snow, as well as storms on the west coast.
But whatever the season, there is always something special to experience in Tasmania.
Ah, spring! That's the time when plants and animals respond to nature's call to multiply. Lots of colour all around. Lots of sneezing too!
Spring is a great time for bushwalks, fishing and golf. In Tasmania this is the time when a couple of major craft and agricultural shows are on. The Royal Hobart Show showcases some of the best products Tasmania has to offer. Australia's largest craft fair, the Tasmanian Craft fair is also held in spring.
Are you a beerlover? At the Tasmanian Beerfest you get to taste Tasmanian beers as well as beers from all over the world.
And of course what is spring without a garden festival? Gardenfest is an opportunity to pick up great information and tips on everything to do with the garden.
The weather is getting a little warmer. It's still a great time for outdoor activites. This would be the best time to check out the water at Tasmania's beaches.
Are you a tennis fan? The Hobart International is one of the events leading up to the Australian Grand Slam tournament. These lead-up events give you the chance to watch the big guns in action early in the piece.
This is a great time to watch colours change as Tasmanian trees prepare for winter.
And the pace does not slow down in Tasmania. Far from it.