Tasmania is very safe. The crime rate in Tasmania is much lower than the Australian average. Locals and visitors agree that the island has a small-town feel with very friendly residents. It is ranked as the safest Australian state for people and properties, so you can feel secure while living and studying in Tasmania.
What is the best place to live in Tasmania?
Where to live in TasmaniaGrindelwald. 4.5/5. Ranked 1st best suburb in Tasmania. Scottsdale. 4.5/5. Ranked 2nd best suburb in Tasmania. East Launceston. 4.5/5. Ranked 3rd best suburb in Tasmania. Norwood. 4.5/5. Ranked 4th best suburb in Tasmania. Howrah. 4.5/5. Trevallyn. 4.5/5. West Hobart. 4.5/5. Mount Nelson. 4.5/5.More items
Where can I retire in Tasmania?
Browse Retirement Living and Retirement Villages in TasmaniaDerwent Valley.Devonport.Freycinet.Heritage Highway.Launceston.St Helens.Stanley.Strahan.More items
Can Victorians move to Tasmania?
Travellers are not permitted to transit to Tasmania until that period of quarantine has been completed. Travellers who complete 14 days quarantine in interstate government-designated accommodation after arriving in Australia from overseas, do not need to quarantine on arrival in Tasmania.
Are there job opportunities in Tasmania?
While Tasmania is the smallest employing state, there are employment opportunities available across all industries. Health Care and Social Assistance is the largest employing industry (14%), closely followed by Retail Trade and Education and Training.
What is the unemployment rate in Tasmania?
4.5% chart headingAustralian Capital TerritoryUnemployment Rate (%): 4.3%TasmaniaUnemployment Rate (%): 4.5%Northern TerritoryUnemployment Rate (%): 4.6%Western AustraliaUnemployment Rate (%): 4.6%South AustraliaUnemployment Rate (%): 4.7%3 more rows•26 Aug 2021