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Local Government About Kentish
Basic facts on the Kentish municipality, with map
Local Government Clarence: visitor guide
Links to accommodation, attractions, food and wine, guide maps, and transport for visitors to the Clarence area
Local Government Coast to Canyon (Central Coast Council)
Tourist information for the central coast area in north west Tasmania
Local Government Devonport visitor information
Information for visitors to Devonport (description, attractions and tours, events, accommodation, dining and entertainment)
Local Government Discover Burnie
Website with information about the city of Burnie, Tasmania, including accommodation and local tourist attractions
Local Government Discover Circular Head
Information on the Circular Head region of north west Tasmania, for visitors and prospective residents and investors
State Government Eagles Eyrie
Information about Forestry Tasmania's tourism development to be based at Maydena, 90 kilometres from Hobart. Formerly known as the Maydena Adventure Hub
Local Government Kentish Visitor Information Centre
Tourist information on the Sheffield/Cradle Mountain region including accommodation, restaurants, tours and attractions
Local Government Launceston public maps and facilities
Links to maps of Launceston: city map, Launceston City and Tamar Valley touring maps, national public toilet map website, and Launceston Google map
Local Government Launceston Tamar Valley
Launceston Travel & Information Centre's website with information for visitors including details of attractions, accommodation, tours, and events available in the Tamar Valley, northern Tasmania
Local Government Provincial Tamar
Visitor Information on scenic sights and attractions of the Tamar Valley region. Includes maps, dining, entertainment and accommodation details
Local Government Tasmania's North West
Cradle Coast Authority site providing information for visitors about the north west and western wilderness areas of Tasmania, including attractions, wildlife and nature, accommodation, services, maps and promotions
Local Government Tasmania's western wilderness
Cradle Coast Authority site providing information for visitors to Tasmania's unique western wilderness areas. Includes a list of destinations, events and attractions, accommodation details, maps and promotions
Local Government Trail of the Tin Dragon
Web site of the tourist route through north east Tasmania which has as its theme the Tin Rush of the late 1800s, and which features the stories of the European and Chinese miners who worked in the area. Attractions include the Tin Centre at the historical mining town of Derby
Local Government Trail of the Tin Dragon (Break O'Day Council)
Information on the Trail of the Tin Dragon, a local themed touring trail featuring the sites, stories, artefacts of the Chinese and the tin mining industry in North East Tasmania in the late nineteenth century. Includes links to the Tin Dragon Business Development Plan and a newsletter
Local Government Visiting Burnie
Description of the City of Burnie. Links to Burnie Arts and Function Centre, Pioneer Village Museum, and Discover Burnie
State Government Visiting our forests (Forestry)
General visitor information (facts and figures,safety, maps, offices, protocol) then search by region or type of activity plus links to related sites
Local Government Waratah Wynyard Tourism
Information on regional tourist attractions including tours, art, culture and communty events in the Waratah-Wynyard district. Website produced by the Waratah Wynyard Council and the Wonders of Wynyard, including the Visitor Centre
Local Government West Coast Council: about the west coast
West coast tourist information including how to get there, banking, phone coverage and attractions
Local Government Wonders of Wynyard
Site hosting tourist information relating to the Waratah-Wynyard region, with details of visitor services, attractions and tours, art and culture, events and maps

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