Living in Fern Tree, TAS
Fern Tree is an outlying suburb of Hobart. The name Fern Tree is adapted from the common name of the plant Dicksonia antarctica which grows abundantly in the area. Set beneath Mount Wellington, whose summit is at 1270 metres above sea level, Fern Tree is 13 km by road from Hobart’s central business district.
Living in regional Australia gives you access to a wealth of community services, such as hospitals, libraries, bars and eateries.
Data source: Department of Health Commonwealth declared hospitals , Australia Post. Google 
Amenities within 50km of Fern Tree
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Property for Sale in Fern Tree
Regional Australia is home to thousands of rewarding and diverse jobs. Take a look at the jobs that are currently available in towns and regions that match your wants and needs.
Data source: ABS [2016, 2017]
Jobs in Fern Tree
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Schools And Universities in Fern Tree
Education within 25KM of Fern Tree
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