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Tasmania: Quick Facts


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The island of Tasmania, an Australian state, is located 240 km (150 miles) south of the eastern portion of the continent, being separated from it by Bass Strait. Tasmania has a population of 456,652 (census 2001) and an area of 68,332 kmē (26 383 square miles). As at 31 March 2003, Tasmania's estimated resident population was 476,199. Tasmania has the nickname Apple Isle due to the large number of apples grown there.

The capital and largest city is Hobart, which includes the communities of Hobart, Glenorchy, and Clarence. Other major population centres include Launceston in the north, and Devonport and Burnie in the north-west.

The subantarctic Macquarie Island is also under the administration of the state.

Capital City:

Hobart

Government:

Constitutional Monarchy

Population: (2001-2002)

6,764,600

Population Density:

8.45/kmē

Area:

809,444 kmē

Time Zone:

UTC+10 (+11 DST)

Gross State Product (2001-02) ($m):

$243,171

Product per Capita (2001-02):

$36,614/person

Federal Representation (House Seats):

50

Federal Representation (Senate Seats):

12

Highest Point:

Mount Kosciuszko (2,229 m)

State Web Site:

www.nsw.gov.au


For more websites about Tasmania check out Tasmania Links.
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