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Directory Tasmania. The best local business directory and accommodation site for Tasmania.
Search the Tasmania business directory for business services, or search accommodation & destinations and easily find all that you are looking for right here! Add your business – click here (its FREE)
Directory Tasmania is the complete local business guide for Tasmanian residents and visitors.
Simply search your chosen area for whatever business service needed. You will find the business name, description, phone, website, address and a handy map for directions.
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Welcome to Directory Tasmania’s accommodation guide. Spectacular views and world renowned wilderness, cool fresh water, clean air, beautiful untouched beaches and gourmet produce, are proof that Tasmania has been truly blessed by nature. Directory Tasmania provides a list of all accommodation in Tasmania wherever you wish stay on any budget. Search from backpacker accommodation to hotels, resorts, lodges, camping and caravan parks. Enjoy a relaxing holiday as you visit the jewel of southern Australia, discover Tasmania today.
Directory Tasmania provides a list of all the great destinations in Tasmania -from the untouched beaches of the Bay of Fires on the East Coast, to the beautiful rainforests of the Western Wilderness, find all that you are looking for right here. Simple.Fast.Local
It’s just a 240 kilometre (150 mile) stretch of the Bass Strait that separates Tasmania from mainland Australia, yet it is a land apart – a green island of wild, mountainous and breathtaking landscapes; friendly, welcoming people; mild climate; quality seafood, wines and gourmet food; a spirited history; and a creative arts community – all set in a relaxed lifestyle.
Over 40 per cent of the island is protected as World Heritage Area, national parks and reserves. And because Tasmania is so compact it is easy to walk through an ancient alpine meadow in the morning and be on a pure white beach in the afternoon.
Tasmania’s population of just over 500,000 supports a world-class symphony orchestra, a festival of island cultures, and a mid-winter festival that celebrates their Antarctic connections.
Tasmania is never crowded, and its historic towns and seaside villages are dispersed across an area about the size of Ireland. The average summer temperature is a comfortable 21degrees Celsius (70 degrees Fahrenheit), with winter’s average a mild 12degrees Celsius (52 degrees Fahrenheit).
Getting there is simple by air or water. There are continuous flights between mainland Australia daily, or fly direct to Hobart International Airport if visiting from overseas. Take your time and come by water with your vehicle on the Spirit of Tasmania. The ferry service travels Bass Strait up to 2 times a day and is a unique experience in itself. Click here for details
Tasmania is Australia’s only island state. It is a beautiful island of lush green valleys, uncrowded towns and villages and still undeveloped coastlines.
It is one of the world’s most mountainous islands with geology that reflects our connection millions of years ago to Antarctica, and we are one of the few places in the world where ancient dolorite rocks dominates the landscape.
Our climate is mild and our rainfall regular. The Roaring Forty winds that travel across our island bring with them the cleanest air in the world. But in less than 300 kilometres the weather patterns change dramatically. On the west coast the average rainfall is around three metres a year, while on the east coast it’s less than 20 centimetres. Hobart, our capital is one of Australia’s driest cities. Explore this amazing island, it will be an experience you will never forget.
Directory Tasmania is the perfect guide to find all that you’re looking for in Tasmania – local business, accommodation and destinations. Simple.Fast.Local – to find out more about this website click here.