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Launceston is the second-largest city in Tasmania and is situated in the north of the state on the Tamar River. The city was first settled in 1805 and currently has a population of around 70,000.

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  • Cataract Gorge
  • Boags Brewery
  • Royal Park
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Hobart is the capital city of the Australian state of Tasmania, as well as Australia's second oldest city after Sydney. Hobart is small and intimate (population 250,000) compared to larger mainland Australian cities, reflecting the small size of the state. The metropolitan area stretches north and south along ... (read more)

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  • Constitution Dock
  • Franklin Square
  • Salamanca Place
  • Maritime Museum of Tasmania
  • Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
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Strahan is located on Tasmania's west coast at Long Bay at the northern end of Macquarie Harbour.

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Hobart is the capital city of the Australian state of Tasmania, as well as Australia's second oldest city after Sydney. Hobart is small and intimate (population 250,000) compared to larger mainland Australian cities, reflecting the small size of the state. The metropolitan area stretches north and south along ... (read more)

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Swansea is a coastal town in Tasmania.

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  • Kates Berry Farm
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  • Glamorgan War Memorial
  • Waterloo Point
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Stanley is located in the north western part of Tasmania in Australia. According to the 2006 census, Stanley had a population of 458.

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  • The Nut State Reserve
  • Stanley Golf Club
  • Stanley Seaquarium
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Burnie is the fourth largest city in Tasmania, Australia, with a population around 20,000. It is located on the North West Coast of Tasmania. Once renowned as a single-industry town with scant concern for the environment, Burnie has undergone a significant transformation into an attractive coastal city with a ... (read more)

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  • Burnie Waterfront Boardwalk
  • Maker\'s Workshop Information Centre
  • Hellyers Road Distillery
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Queenstown is an an old mining town in Western Tasmania, that has been recognised by the National Trust as a historic town. It is about a 5 hour drive from Hobart on the Lyell Highway.

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Devonport is the third largest city in the state of Tasmania, Australia located on the north coast, on the Bass Strait. Devonport, along with the centers of Ulverstone, Latrobe, Wynyard and Burnie is part of Tasmania’s North West or Cradle Coast region. Often referred to as the gateway to Tasmania, being the ... (read more)

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  • Devonport Ferry Terminal
  • Devonport Golf Club
  • Devonport Regional Gallery
  • Tiagarra Aboriginal Museum
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