Think Tasmania Festive Season? Can NOT believe it’s so close to Christmas already! Time really does fly when you’re having fun. And that’s exactly what we’ve had this year at Think Tasmania: fun.

Think Tasmania Festive Season - Santa
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Think Tasmania: a festive season meeting with Santa!

Think Tasmania Festive Season Greetings

We’ve been so lucky to meet some amazing people and experience some very special places. So thanks to everyone… our friends, family, supporters and readers.

The encouragement we’ve received in our first year has been awesome. Hopefully you’ve enjoyed reading our articles as much as we’ve enjoyed writing them, and it’s always great to receive your feedback.

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Greetings from Think Tasmania for the festive season

So from Think Tasmania to you: best wishes for the festive season. Please stay safe and have an enjoyable time with your family and friends. Hopefully Santa will reward all of you for being nice!

2011: New Year, New Tasmanian Projects

From now until the New Year, we’ll be spending some time tweaking Think Tasmania to make it more user friendly. 2011 will see the introduction of a new and improved version of the website.

We’ll still be out and about, researching all things Tasmanian; writing articles and taking snapshots. After all, there’s a very good reason why this is the tourist season in Tassie: there’s so many things to discover. We just might have a slightly new flavour and direction.

But just like a Christmas present, that’s our little secret for now!!

Think Tasmania Festive Season - Presents
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Think Tasmania: festive season presents for the New Year

And a final word from the Think Tasmania festive season post for 2010: a quick reminder. We’ll also be launching Think Hobart early in 2011. Man, we’re going to be busy! Might need to have a little nap, just to get ready.

Please continue to contact Think Tasmania festive season or not – we love to hear from you!

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