T-change personal profiles

Real-life experiences of some who have made a T-change to Tasmania

annie & dean krueger –
a real sea change story

Dean and Annie Krueger, Ferry Road Store
Annie & Dean Krueger,
Ferry Road Store, Kettering

Annie and Dean Krueger became well-known when they were featured on Channel Seven’s The Real Seachange.

In September 2005 they moved from Anglesea in Victoria to take over the Ferry Road Store in Kettering, a thirty-minute drive south of Hobart.

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Also, Annie & Dean answer your questions.

brendan lowry & trish kearney trade corporate life for bruny pub

Brendan Lowry and Trish Kearney, Bruny Island
Brendan Lowry & Trish Kearney,
Bruny Island Hotel

Viewers of Channel Seven’s The Real Seachange followed Brendan and Trish in episode 12 as they left six-figure income bank jobs and took over the Bruny Island Hotel at Alonnah in Tasmania – Australia’s southernmost pub.

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Peter Trioli, Wursthaus Kitchen, Hobart
Peter Trioli,
Wursthaus Kitchen,
Hobart

peter trioli

Peter bought the Wursthaus Kitchen in Hobart’s Salamanca area after making a T-change from Melbourne.

Gourmet Traveller magazine rated the business in the top five foodstores in Australia.

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Michael Barrett
Michael Barrett,
Sailcraft

michael barrett – commercial sailing master finds the perfect place to settle

After seven years of living on boats in some of the most exotic places in the world, commercial sailing master Michael Barrett felt the need for a home base. He chose Launceston in Tasmania.

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Dianne Kerr
Dianne Kerr,
Local Focus, Launceston

dianne kerr – sydney girl makes launceston home

Dianne Kerr, originally from Sydney, has lived on the north coast of NSW and in Europe, but now cannot imagine living anywhere other than Tasmania.

She runs a business based in Launceston helping other sea-changers and visitors get oriented and settled in that part of Tasmania.

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