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Spirits of Tasmania

Flying into Hobart for the first time in her life, Ami Onoe looked down from the plane and said to herself, “here is just heaven”. In what some would call an astonishing leap of faith, Ami, who was a successful potter artist living near Tokyo, decided in 1997 to make her home in Tasmania. Her story continues here

Green welcome

An impressive new Centre for Learning is being constructed by the followers of the Bahai faith on what was formerly the ABC parking lot in Hobart. More here

Herbal Oasis

Snug gardener Lindy Campbell’s passion is herbs, and through hard work and dedication she has transformed her love for these exotic plants into a fulltime business. Read more here

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