An Invermay man has vowed to fight multiple bestiality and child abuse charges laid against him.
Paul James Rischke, 41, pleaded not guilty to nine charges when he appeared in Launceston Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
The charges Mr Rischke will fight include two counts of possessing a bestiality product and four counts of possessing or controlling child abuse material obtained or accessed using a carriage service.
He will also fight lone counts of using a carriage service for child abuse material, producing child exploitation material and possessing or controlling child abuse material.
After not guilty pleas were entered magistrate Ken Stanton committed Mr Rischke to stand trial in the Supreme Court.
Bail was continued and he was ordered to appear in the Supreme Court on April 27.