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Tourism in Tasmania

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Tourism in Tasmania

Came across the following article on tourism in Tasmania, interesting read!

abc.net.au/news/…2625985.htm

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South Pacific
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1. Re: Tourism in Tasmania

I wonder which business those 13 jobs are in!! Puretasmania.com.au??

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Oh, luigi, you wouldnt be a cynic now would you? ;-) Maybe the Aquatic Centre counts as tourism!!

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RedPanda, I forgot about that! Maybe it's the choreographed dance troupe for the opening event!

Luigi

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Ha!

Seriously though, it is good to hear that the Tasmanian travel industry is in a positive position at the moment. A definite good news story!

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5. Re: Tourism in Tasmania

Definitely agree with Red, A good news story. We all obviously love Tassie, so can only continue to assist in it's promotion along these "typing" waves. It truly does have a lot to offer, for every tourist there is something to like about the place.

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