Tasmania. What’s it all About?
And what is Think Tasmania all about? We research all things Tasmanian. Things you’ve always wanted to know about Australia’s holiday island state.
Whether you’re visiting Tasmania or one of the locals, we’ll provide you with stories and pictures showing just how beautiful Tassie can be. Tasmanians from Hobart, Launceston and every corner of the isle, are very lucky to have some of the best things on offer in Australia. And Think Tasmania wants to share them with you!
Most of our feature writers live in Tasmania, so we have hands-on experience. We visit the regions and towns to get the story and take the photos. We’ve got the best job in the world. So it’s a pleasure to be able to share that with you, and we hope you enjoy reading about Tassie as much as we enjoy living here.
We’re not just about tourism, but… some Tasmanian travel and tourism icons are must-have inclusions for any respectable website about the southern-most state of Australia, so we visit and give you an honest opinion. We also aim to cover the less-commercial end of the scale: things that only a local might know. We talk about Tasmania as a place to live, work, shop and play for locals and visitors alike. And of course, if you’re thinking of moving to Tasmania, there’s plenty of helpful information right here on our website. Here’s our short-list of…
- There’s great beaches, for surfing, swimming and lazing on
- You can eat and drink some fantastic local produce
- Facts about Tasmania might surprise you
- If you want history lessons, look no further
- Shopping at a local market can uncover real treasure
- National parks, forests and reserves… everywhere!
- The people that live in Tassie are amazing
- Incredible places to stay and visit are located in all directions
- Tasmanian natives love their sport
- Things to do in Tasmania don’t need to cost a fortune
- Tassie wildlife is highly valued and easy to locate
So if that’s the sort of thing you’re after, feel free to browse. We’d love to have your company, and if you want to leave a comment or make a request, that’s also free! Hopefully by the time you’re done you’ll love Tasmania as much as we do. Although that might not be possible!
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