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Funds for tourism's 'sleeping giant' pledged

Funds for tourism's 'sleeping giant' pledged | HashtagHobart | Scoop.it
WORLD class walking tracks in Tasmania are a ``sleeping giant'' when it comes to unlocking the state's tourism potential, according to operators.
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©2007 Mike Peters

©2007 Mike Peters | HashtagHobart | Scoop.it
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On the 9th & 10th March 2014 ‘A Taste of the Huon’ is a celebration of fine food, wine, entertainment, arts and crafts from the Huon Valley and Channel region. H;.eld at Ranelagh a 30 minute scenic drive south of Hobart.

 

Apples, cherries, mushrooms, salmon, vineyards, berries and truffles are all farmed in the area.

 

The Huon Valley, D’entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island are some of Tasmania’s leading tourist destinations. Why not extend your stay? Tell your friends that you have experienced the exhilaration of climbing Hartz Peak or drive to Australia’s southern most point – Cockle Creek. 

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Conservationists promote tourism initiative on ... - Tasmanian Times

Conservationists promote tourism initiative on ... - Tasmanian Times | HashtagHobart | Scoop.it
This week the combined environment groups of Tasmania launched their tourism vision for the Tasman Peninsula – the Tasman Coastal Trails. Their initiative, thoroughly researched and costed, paves the way for a new ...
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Low impact sustainable eco tourist trails for the Tasman Peninsula

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Australian Fly Fishing Museum - Discover Tasmania

Australian Fly Fishing Museum - Discover Tasmania | HashtagHobart | Scoop.it
We're told that if #fishing is like religion, then fly-fishing is high church http://t.co/KjyoaY32UA via @ausflyfish http://t.co/lyTc4cNRnW
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The Australian Fly Fishing Museum opened at Clarendon just south of Evandale in Northern Tasmania 4 May 2013. Situated at Clarendon House, itself a jewel in the heritage crown of the National Trust (Tasmania) built in the 1830s. This icon to the joys of fly fishing is 2 hours and 2 minutes drive north of Hobart along the central Midlands Highway.  

 

 

 
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