At present we are not leaving Australia because of COVID-19 virus and are hoping for a vaccine to be found.
For future reference we have had exchanges in the USA, Canada, UK, Greece, Germany France and Ireland, and we will consider all offers in Europe and Canada, particularly Vancouver and Quebec areas, but will consider anywhere really.
We live at Clifton Beach which is a popular surf beach 30k SE of Hobart, the capital city of Tasmania - traveling time 30 minutes.
Our home is modern, fully insulated, double glazed passive solar design and is both quiet and warm. Heat pumps are installed for dealing with the cold or hot days.
As a point of interest the kitchen benches are made of Huon pine ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lagarostrobos ) and the slow growing timber in these is at least 500 years old. The house has an up to date security system. There are three balconies around the house allowing you to choose the most comfortable location in any weather.
And speaking of weather, the latitude of Southern Tasmania is 43 degrees south which is the same as the South of France which is at 43 degrees north. We have mild summers and winters - very pleasant living. For example, while it snows on the higher mountains in winter, it does not snow at our place alongside the ocean
A car, bicycles (inc. a tandem) and surfboards are available for use. We also have a large screen TV and entertainment equipment, and broadband Internet connection.
There is easy access to all the major tourist attractions in the SE corner of the state - world famous Port Arthur www.portarthur.org.au to the Huon Valley and D'Entrecasteaux Channel www.huontrail.org.au leading to the SW wilderness area.
There are also many tourist attractions around the state on the West Coast as well as the North and the sunny East coast where the Freycinet Peninsula/Wineglass Bay is located. Perfect scenery and the best weather in the state.
See www.discovertasmania.com.au and wwwtastisinournature.com.au.
Hobart city has a wide selection of restaurants, entertainment spots including the Theatre Royal which is the oldest theatre in the Country. The Derwent River is popular for all forms of boating and is the finish of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
Bush walking is very popular and there are a wide range of walks with all types of scenery and ranging from the easy to very difficult. The choice is up to you.
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