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Tasmania was shut off from the rest of Australia during the conclusion of the last Ice Age, and it is famous for its wine. its distinct fauna, wildness, and natural beauty
The National Parks are one of the remaining excellent places to visit. The world's wilderness areas Hobart, Tasmania's capital, was founded in 1803 by the British. The Sydney government dispatched soldiers and convicts to safeguard their sealing and whaling businesses. Tasmania has significant agricultural, forestry, hydroelectric, mining, and fishing sectors. For more than 50 years, the iconic Salamanca Market has been a Saturday institution, and the city's food culture is vibrant, with cafés, restaurants, and pubs translating Tasmania's notoriously fresh products into nuanced expressions of location and season.
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