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Tasmanian archives + heritageuse the keyboard to navigate to this cell...
Explore Tasmania's history
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Explore your Tasmanian ancestry
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Learn something new today
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Family historychange the image bro
Explore your Tasmanian ancestry
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Find something great to read
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Literacy support for Tasmanians
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Latest News

More libraries offering Click & Collect

Six libraries now offer Click & Collect; Burnie, Devonport, Glenorchy, Hobart and Rosny, have joined Launceston after last week's successful trial. Search our Click & Collect catalogue and place a hold. Read the Minister's announcement.

Easing COVID-19 restrictions

From Monday, 18 May 2020, Libraries Tasmania began a staged approach to easing COVID-19 restrictions, introducing modified physical services while continuing to offer an expanded range of online services. Read more.

Do you have a story to share?

The Tasmanian Archives and Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) are collecting photographs, writing and a variety of objects that document the community’s experience of COVID-19. Your contributions will help capture this moment to help future generations understand the Tasmanian experience of the pandemic. Read more.