That's not true about liquids. That rule applies only to international flights and does not apply to baby food/drink.
Travelling to Brisbane has no restrictions on fresh food. Travelling back into Tas you will not be allowed to take fresh fruit etc. note this is only taking it INTO Tasmania, you are more than welcome to take it on the plane with you and throw it into the quarantine bins provided when you land in Tas.
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