Clubs in Tasmania, Launceston and Hobart

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PO Box 662 Glenorchy, TAS 7010 Australia

4WD Tasmania is an organization representing 4WD recreational vehicle clubs and their members. Our membership consists of most of the known 4WD Clubs in Tasmania. 4WD Tasmania was formerly known the Tasmanian Recreational Vehicle Association.

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Tasmania, Australia

The 500 Car Club of Tasmania offers a wide variety of motor sport pursuits for its members. Rallies, autocrosses, and rallysprints at all levels are conducted throughout the year.

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North West Tasmania TAS Australia

Aaliyah Belly Dance & Drumming teaching Arabic dance and drumming to all ages and both sexes. We have been operating on the NW coast for the past 8 years and work for the various councils, schools, businesses and various groups where we perform or run workshops. Weekly classes are held for beginners to intermediate and advanced levels Mens Martial Dances with Tahtib (Cane) and Sword Childrens Belly Buttons Classes – Belly Dance Childrens Belly Slap Classes – Drumming Adults – Silk Road Aaliyah Belly Dance Adults – Khafif Middle Eastern Drumming

Clarendon Vale TAS Australia
10 Percy Street Bellerive, Tasmania, 7018

The Eastern Shore Indoor Sports Stadium was origanlly established in 1984 as the Clarence Indoor Cricket Centre. Redeveloped in 2002 by the Action Indooor Sports group it has grown to become one of the premier social sporting facilities in Tasmania.

Offering Indoor Cricket, Netball and Soccer it has over 250 teams competing on a weekly basis. Our central inner-eastern location, excellent facilities and consistent management have allowed us to be innovative and maintain market leadership.

Hobart TAS Australia

Adey’s Taekwondo Academy is located at 208 Bathurst Street, Hobart CBD, TAS 7000 – PH# 03 62345346.

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Launceston TAS Australia

ADFAS Launceston provides for its members a yearly programme of illustrated lectures given by overseas and Australian lecturers chosen for their communication skills and expert knowledge in their fields.

Hobart TAS Australia

Aikido Aiki-Kai Tasmania – Hobart is located at Hobart Police and Community Youth Club (PCYC) 300 Liverpool St, Hobart, TAS – Ph# 0419 155 554 or email at aikido.tas@gmail.com.
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Launceston TAS Australia

Aikido Aiki-Kai Tasmania – Launceston is located at University of Tasmania Sports Centre – Launceston Campus 75 Newnham Drv, Launceston, TAS – Ph# 03 6331 8893 / 0457 495 480.
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Devonport TAS Australia

Aikido Aiki-Kai Tasmania – Devonport is located at Devonport Recreation Centre, 30 Forbes St, Devonport, TAS – Ph# 0401 010 053 / 03 6424 2628.

Deloraine TAS Australia

Aikido Aiki-Kai Tasmania – Deloraine is located at Main St. (Emu Bay Rd), Deloraine, TAS – Ph# 03 6369 5321.

Grindelwald TAS Australia
03 6330 252603 6330 2526
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AMCA is an organisation of air conditioning and mechanical services companies who have come together to represent and promote the industry along with the well being of the companies.

Blackmans Bay TAS Australia

Alzheimer’s Australia Tas is a nonprofit organisation that receives some government assistance through the Home and Community Care Programme (HACC) and Commonwealth Programmes.

Launceston

AMF Bowling Launceston is located at 20 Innocent Street, Kingsmeadows, TAS 7249 – Ph# 03 6344 993.

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Tasmania, Hobart and Clubs within

Tasmania – The Apple Isle

Tasmania (abbreviated as Tas and known colloquially as “Tassie”) is located 240 kilometres (150 mi) to the south of the Australian continent, separated by Bass Strait. The state includes the island of Tasmania, the 26th largest island in the world.

The state capital and largest city is Hobart, which encompasses the local government areas of City of Hobart, City of Glenorchy, and City of Clarence, while the satellite town of Kingston (part of the Municipality of Kingborough) is generally included in the Greater Hobart area.

Geographically and genetically isolated, Tasmania is known for its unique flora and fauna. Tasmania has extremely diverse vegetation, from the heavily grazed grassland of the dry Midlands to the tall evergreen eucalypt forest, alpine heathlands and large areas of cool temperate rainforests and moorlands in the rest of the state as well as unique Fauna such as The Tamanian Devil and the Tasmanian Tiger.

Clubs are abound over the entire Isle, whether Outdoors or Indoors Interests and Sports as well as Social and Cultural, Tassie has it all.


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