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Gap Year in Tasmania

Tasmania is a conservationist’s dream. From collecting jumpers for baby penguins to removing old bangers from bush land, the possibilities are endless. After a hard day cleaning out Devil cages you can relax with a Tasmanian beer and gaze at the landscape the country’s famous for.

Since its colonial days Tasmania has suffered economic peaks and troughs. In the last few years the country has recreated itself as a prime tourist venue. Its oldest buildings have been restored to offer B and B to road-trippers and the capital’s ferry-lines have been revived to ship more and more people back and forth from mainland Australia.

Latest opportunities in Tasmania