1. Home - Discover Tasmania


    Official resource for tourists interested in the state. Features activities, accommodation, wineries, what's on, history, information and agriculture.

  2. Tasmanian Archives Online


    Series Number: TRE1: Title: GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE (2) Start Date: 01 Jan 1869: End Date: 31 Dec 1902: Contents Start Date: Contents End Date: Date Range …

  3. Tasmanian Archives Online


    Series Number: AB869: Title: FILMS AND VIDEOS PRODUCED AND ACQUIRED BY THE AGENCY: Start Date: 01 Jan 1950: End Date: 31 Dec 1995: Contents Start Date: …

  4. Launceston, Tasmania - Wikipedia


    Launceston is at in the Tamar Valley, Northern Tasmania. The valley was formed by volcanic and glacial forces over 10 million years ago. The city is approximately 45 ...

  5. Hobart Synagogue - Australia's Oldest Synagogue


    Learn about Australia's oldest synagogue located in Hobart, Tasmania. Information about visiting, history and Tasmania's Jewish community.

  6. Guide to Tasmanian Walking - Tourism Australia


    By Jennifer Ennion . Slow it down, put one foot in front of the other and breathe in some of the freshest air on the planet. Tasmanian walking tracks traverse the ...

  7. Home - Battery Point Garden Studio Bed and ...


    Art & Books Enjoy fine art or a great book. Guests are encouraged to enjoy the large collection of work by Tasmanian artists and writers at Battery Point Garden Studio.

  8. FFA set to introduce A-League expansion framework after ...


    At the meeting, the representatives produced a letter of support from the Tasmanian government for an A-League licence as well as a pledge to refurbish stadiums at ...

  9. Giant seal found sitting on car in Tasmanian suburb


    A giant seal that spent Boxing Day wandering around a Tasmanian suburb - and ending up on top of a neighbour's car - will be released back into the wild.

  10. History of Melbourne - Wikipedia


    The history of Melbourne details the city's growth from a fledging settlement into a modern commercial and financial centre as Australia's second largest city.