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Australia: The State of Tasmania

Parishes in Tasmania are all in one diocese:

Diocese of Tasmania
Hobart, St David's Cathedral

Eastern Shore Anglicans
Tasmanian Anglican
: 'This is the news website for the Anglican Church in Tasmania'.

Parishes in Tasmania that have web pages. If you cannot find what you are looking for, see the note at the bottom of this page.

Battery Point, St George
Bellerive, St Mark
Bridge of Hope Anglican Church
Parish of Brighton
Parish of Buckland

Parish of Burnie [St George, Mount Street, Burnie; St David, Cooee; St Barnabas, Somerset; St James, Waratah]
Parish of Channel and Cygnet
Claremont, Edge Anglican Church
Parish of the City of Devonport
Howrah, St Thomas
Kingston, St Clement
Launceston, Holy Trinity Church
Launceston North, St John
Parish of Lindisfarne [St Aidan, Lindisfarne; St James, Montagu Bay]
New Town, St John
North Launceston, St Barnabas
Riverlinks Parish [St Mary Magdalene, George Town; Christ Church, Low Head; St Alban, Piper's River; St Aidan, East Launceston; St Oswald, Trevallyn; St David, Riverside]
Parish of St Leonards [All Souls, Patersonia; St Peter, St Leonards]
Sandy Bay, Wellspring Church
South Hobart, All Saints with St Raphael, Fern Tree

West Tamar Parish


AO lists parishes with websites that are brought to our attention. If you know of one we don't list or know of an error in our listings, please tell us about it. We do not list parishes that are not in communion with the See of Canterbury.

Most diocesan web sites include information about parishes in the diocese, even those without web pages.