Information about Tasmania Fires. Full description coming soon.
Tasmania Fire Service website provides information on current fires and warnings\r\nCoach Tours Tasmania offer Day Tours ex Launceston. Choose from tours including Cradle Mountain, Bay of Fires, Wineglass Bay, Tasmanian Food and Wine and Penguin Tours.\r\nTasmania (/ t æ z ˈ m eɪ n i ə /; abbreviated as TAS) is an island state of Australia. It is located 240 km (150 mi) to the south of the Australian mainland ...\r\nExplore the Bay of Fires over 4 days. Stay at the award-winning eco-lodge. Walk along pristine beaches. Kayak the Ansons River. Enjoy sumptuous food served with ...\r\nBushfires are threatening Tasmania's World Heritage area and ancient plants, warning us of a possible future under climate change.\r\nExtent of the fires. 110 separate fire fronts burnt through some 2,640 square kilometres (652,000 acres) of land in southern Tasmania within the space of five hours.\r\nCrews from Launceston, Rocherlea and Ravenswood are currently responding to a structure fire at 40 Warring Street, Ravenswood Media who attend should comply with all ...\r\nAn outstanding guide to Tasmania's national parks, World Heritage Areas, wildlife, beautiful landforms, natural and cultural history. A tremendous resource for ...\r\nPrestige Tours Tasmania offers friendly, personalised Tasmanian Wine Tour & Day Tours from Launceston. The Tamar Valley, Cradle Mountain, Wine Glass Bay, Bay of Fires ...\r\nFifty bushwalkers have been airlifted to safety in Tasmania's Southwest National Park after lightning strikes sparked a series of fires across the state ...\r\n