1. 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 ...

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  3. Destinations - Discover Tasmania


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  4. Evandale - Discover Tasmania


    Evandale. Evandale is one of the best preserved historic towns in Australia. Its late-Georgian and early-Victorian buildings and relatively untouched streetscape ...

  5. Tasmania travel guide - Wikitravel


    Open source travel guide to Tasmania, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more. Free and reliable advice ...

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  7. Visitor's Touring Guide to Tasmania, Australia | Hobart


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    A unique 10 bedroom country manor on 150 acres of picture book landscape 25 minutes from Launceston Airport in the Tamar Valley's gourmet touring region.

  10. Thylacine - Wikipedia


    Numerous examples of thylacine engravings and rock art have been found dating back to at least 1000 BC. Petroglyph images of the thylacine can be found at the Dampier ...