An independent, non-profit service website portal about Tasmania.
Describing the best that the
southern island state of Australia has to offer,
particularly bent towards low-cost outdoor activities
and nature-based attractions.
Supporting our natural environment and cultural heritage,
Tassie provides web design, hosting and directory of links to quality sites. You will find most of these are rich in further links to related sites
Please be patient as this site is developed in spare time.
~ Apology ~
Please excuse Tasmania's current situation, being ruled by dubious
Government, in turn
influenced (apparently to many) to a degree of Corruption by Gunns (giant woodchipping corporation destroying our forest heritage),
along with Woolworths (retail
conglomerate dominating and profiting at the expense of local jobs and small
businesses), and Federal Hotels (monopolising escalating gambling with all its social costs, and
dominating tourism and accommodation to the exclusion of small operators).
For some more insight, read Flanagan's article "Out
of Control" in The Monthly on Gunns in Tasmania.
This page created 27 Oct 2005, last modified
07 July 2014
To contact, email to Tassie's webmaster
Visit Tasmania, or Van Diemans Land. Try Maria Island, Freycinet national park or a Douglas-Apsley eco tour. Whether you are a tourist, spot a thylacine, environmental adventurer or cultural visitor, you can sample Tasmanian caving culture, Tasmania's caves, tour tassie reserves and experience tasmanian adventures along the australian south east coast.
See Tassie's cliff and coastal sea caves by kayak. Admire nature, natural Tassie wildlife, endemic flora, marine fauna, birds, Tassie ocean beaches, dolerite crags and pink granite geology. See links directory for history, historic convict settler ruins, farming, coal mining, concrete works and limestone mines.
Have a warm holiday, a sightseeing tourist vacation in peaceful seaside paradise, wild bush tranquillity. Take scenic photo on a bushwalk. Imagine being a geological pioneer naturalist.