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Other plans got in the way and we never made it to Tassie in Feb, 2012. Still don't want to rule it out but timing and weather is always a consideration. We could spend two weeks exploring Tassie (already have been to Hobart and Port Arthur area), to cover both the NE and NW, including Mt Field NP, Cradle Moutain, Stanley, Devonport, Launceston, Freycinet, and the surrounding towns. We're considering doing this in late August, early September, 2012. Has anyone explored these areas during this time of year? I know weather is changeable and it can be cold anytime in Tasmania, but what is the usual temperature and rainfall this time of year for anyone who has actually traveled then? Also, many posts mention the Blue Tier. Where and what is that exactly? Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.

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