Acting Premier Bryan Green says the resilience of the Tasmanian people will ensure the state will rebuild once bushfires have been extinguished.
Police will on Monday continue their property-to-property searches in the worst-hit towns of Dunalley, Boomer Bay and Marion Bay as they fear lives may have been lost.
More than 100 buildings have been destroyed by fires, which continue to burn.
Mr Green praised the work of Tasmanian emergency services and police who were working "very hard".
"The way that they've worked together has been outstanding through this whole process," he told ABC Television on Monday.
Authorities will work with affected communities to ensure they are rebuilt as quickly as possible.
"The resilience of the Tasmanian people, particularly those people in the peninsular area means that we will rebuild," Mr Green said.
"This is a fantastic part of Tasmania, a fantastic part of the world and it has an enormous amount to offer."
Frustration was creeping in for those who had been directly impacted by the fires.
"It's a very unnerving feeling obviously, if you're a Hobart resident today," the acting premier said.
"Those people in the peninsular in particular who have been stranded in that area are finding it difficult to cope."
Mr Green said he had received no reports of deaths caused by the fires.
"It has been an amazingly tough time but at this stage I have had no confirmation of any person deceased as a result of the fires," he told Macquarie Radio.
He said he suspected people impacted by the blazes were being listed as missing as a precaution.
"I think it was a precautionary principle when it came to those people who were missing," he said.
"Obviously communication has been very difficult on the peninsula."
He described reports coming in from people impacted by the fires as "horrific".
"It's something that will be imprinted on their minds forever," he said.
"It's unnerving, it's difficult and people are already talking about the recovery."
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is expected to visit Tasmania on Monday.