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From Plan A to Z in Tasmania - according to my phone

From January 26th to February 2nd, I traveled around Tasmania and visited as many areas as I could that were safe from the raging fires all around the state. 4,461 more words

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A Day With Seahorses, Platypuses and Echidnas

I recently went out to a lovely spot called Beauty Point about 40 minutes drive from Launceston in Tasmania and visited Seahorse World and Platypus House… 324 more words

Australia

ABWF 2019

Last weekend saw the Bi-annual Australian Wooden Boat Festival on again in Hobart. This event is huge, the largest boat show in the country with everything from the Barque James Craig and HM Bark Endeavour down to canoes and standup boards, if it floats and made of timber it’ll be there. 528 more words

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Fire risk a grave threat to cable car proposal

As the long debate continues about whether a developer should be allowed to build a cable car up the face of kunanyi/Mt Wellington, Bernard Lloyd… 1,055 more words

澳洲 塔斯。生蠔農場 & 酒杯灣 Tasmania Oyster farm & Wineglass Bay

開學前和同學相約去生蠔場走走,品嘗品嘗塔斯海鮮的美味,我選的是這家 Freycinet Marine Farm,這間從朗賽斯頓開過去兩個多小時不算太遠,其他較具知名度的生蠔場、餐廳較靠近荷巴特。

We want to travel and try Tasmania seafood, before our school start. Thus, I chose
Freycinet Marine Farm which is only 2 hours more drive to there from Launceston. 228 more words

Australia

Circa Group’s FC5 commercial demonstration plant is now online

Australian biotech company Circa Group’s FC5 commercial demonstration plant is now online, paving the way to a regular supply of Circa’s bio-based solvent CyreneⓇ. A joint venture between Circa and Norwegian pulp and paper company Norske Skog, the FC5 plant is located in Tasmania, Australia. 203 more words

Economy

Sam Watson and the Serendipitous ways of the World

A Serendipitous encounter with Sam Watson

Dictionary result for serendipitous

/ˌsɛr(ə)nˈdɪpɪtəs/

adjective

  1. occurring or discovered by chance in a happy or beneficial way.

    “a serendipitous encounter”

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