Pioneer - Sleep

Pioneer
Historic tin mining town
Pioneer is a tiny township located 119 km north east of Launceston and 8 km from the Tasman Highway. The town came into existence in 1877 when William Bradshaw (until 1955 the town was known as Bradshaw's Creek) discovered tin at the junction of Bradshaw's Creek and Ringarooma River.

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Gould's Country - Fast Facts

Gould's Country
Tiny timber township between Launceston and the east coast.
Goulds Country, situated 155 km from Launceston, is an entirely wooden township. It is located off the Tasman Highway and is now no more than half a dozen buildings on the side of beautiful and gently undulating hills.

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Fingal - Fast Facts

Fingal
Quiet and attractive rural town
The beauty of the Fingal district has been an inspiration to a number of writers and poets. James McAuley, who spent a lot of time on Tasmania's east coast, wrote of Fingal in his poem 'Fingal Valley'.

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Fingal - Eat

Fingal
Quiet and attractive rural town
The beauty of the Fingal district has been an inspiration to a number of writers and poets. James McAuley, who spent a lot of time on Tasmania's east coast, wrote of Fingal in his poem 'Fingal Valley'.

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Fingal - Sleep

Fingal
Quiet and attractive rural town
The beauty of the Fingal district has been an inspiration to a number of writers and poets. James McAuley, who spent a lot of time on Tasmania's east coast, wrote of Fingal in his poem 'Fingal Valley'.

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Fingal - Culture and History

Fingal
Quiet and attractive rural town
The beauty of the Fingal district has been an inspiration to a number of writers and poets. James McAuley, who spent a lot of time on Tasmania's east coast, wrote of Fingal in his poem 'Fingal Valley'.

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Falmouth - Fast Facts

Falmouth
Tiny village on the east coast.
Falmouth is an attractive and tiny, rather up market, village on the Tasmanian east coast 202 km south east of Launceston and 242 km north east of Hobart. In one sense it almost doesn't feel like a town at all. It is more like a collection of attractive houses on a cliff top with excellent views along the coastline.

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Falmouth - Eat

Falmouth
Tiny village on the east coast.
Falmouth is an attractive and tiny, rather up market, village on the Tasmanian east coast 202 km south east of Launceston and 242 km north east of Hobart. In one sense it almost doesn't feel like a town at all. It is more like a collection of attractive houses on a cliff top with excellent views along the coastline.

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