Tasmanians have already voted in the state election, but another poll has opened to pick the best Tasmanian town, and every vote counts.
Ten Tasmanian town finalists are vying for the coveted title of Tasmania's Top Tourism Town 2021.
Tourism Industry Council Tasmania chief executive officer Luke Martin said the search for Tasmania's Top Tourism Town was a big hit last year, but this year Tasmania's towns are vying for even higher honours.
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"Last year we were the only state who ran the Top Tourism Town competition and it proved to be a big boost for our towns confidence and promotion during the winter months when our borders were closed," he said.
"This year, our towns are not only competing for local bragging rights - but two towns judged as Tassie's finest will go on to represent the State as national finalists in the search for Australia's Inaugural Top Tourism Town."
This year's state finalists include St Helens, Stanley, Derby, Richmond, New Norfolk, Port Arthur, Triabunna, Lilydale, Bream Creek and Beauty Point.
Each town submitted a two minute video which showcased the town, as well as an article and an itinerary outlining what could be done in the area over two days.
The entries will not only be judged by the Tasmanian community, but also by a team of tourism experts.
Tasmanians who enter will also have the chance to win one of three winter getaways.
Polling opens Monday on the RACT website and will run for two weeks.
When polling closes, the votes will be tallied along with the judges scores to determine the winner.
"The real winners, though, is Tasmania's regional tourism towns, who have entered, prompting them to invest time in their own marketing and promotion of their visitor experience, and to take stock and consider what's truly unique and special about their piece of Tasmania," Mr Martin said.