Tasmania's journal of discovery

We’re on the move …

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Leatherwood Online is preparing for a big move, and a name change.

As you can see from our new logo above, we’ve become thisTasmania — a name that more easily identifies our sense of place.

It wasn’t an easy decision, the Leatherwood title has a proud Tasmanian publishing history. But, it was time to move on.

The ‘official’ launch is Sunday, July 1, but you can enjoy thisTasmania from today.

When you get there please update your bookmarks, or better still subscribe [you’ll find easy-to-understand instructions on the front page].

Thanks to everyone, readers and advertisers, for your ongoing loyal support.

We have a lot of surprises in store on thisTasmania and a rigorous publishing schedule is in place. There’ll be something new every weekday from now on. See you there. The Editors

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Land for sale at Windgrove
Roaring 40s

Meadowbank Wines
Tasmanian Jobs
Elizabeth College
Ray White Hobart
Book City Hobart
Stanton Bed and Breakfast
The magnificent convict-built country manor, Stanton, was built in 1817, and is situated on one of Tasmania's first land grant sites — 16 acres of pasture and orchards at Magra, in the heart of the historical and beautiful Derwent Valley.

Red Tag Trout Tours
Roger Butler leads this one-man Tasmanian guiding operation which caters to flyfishers, from all over the world, who share a common goal: getting a wild brown trout to hand.

Cobbers: mates on a mission
We've been looking at the future and it isn't working. But we can fix it, one blog at a time.

Bed and breakfast in Tasmania
Ruth Waterhouse jewellery
Slim Ink Book Rental
Mayfair on Cavell
Get Firefox!
Diamond Island