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Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly, helpful people with a relaxed island lifestyle, wonderful wine and food and a haunting history evoked by spectacular convict-era ruins.
No matter where visitors and locals alike go in Tassie, whether they spend time in one location or drive around the entire island, they are sure to be delighted by what they find and surprised at how much bigger Tasmania is on the inside.
Click HERE for the Tourism Tasmania website.
Hawthorn Football Club
Hawthorn Football Club enjoys a special relationship with Tasmania. The club has been playing games at Aurora Stadium in Launceston for over 15 years and for the last ten years has been Tasmania’s official team, known locally and with much affection as the Tassie Hawks. Hawthorn’s suite of annual games at its second home ground, Aurora Stadium, contributes significantly to the local economy. Match day visitation from within and outside of Tasmania generates measurable positive returns through purchase of accommodation, food, beverage and other associated services. Hawthorn recognises that it has an important role to play in contributing to Northern Tasmania’s program of regional events and tourism.
Holm oak Vineyards
The vineyards that winemaker Rebecca and her viticulturist husband Tim Duffy own in the Tamar Valley are steeped with a rich Australian (and sporting!) history, making their site probably one of the most interesting and unique in the country.
The wines are developed and cultivated by winemaker Rebecca Duffy a qualified winemaker with 10 years of winemaking experience and her husband Tim, who is a third generation grape grower and an agronomist with extensive viticultural experience. Click HERE for their website.
Tourism Northern Tasmania
Launceston and Northern Tasmania offers a haven of nourished farmland, which creates fresh, beautiful produce such as well acclaimed truffles, seafood and velvety cool climate wines.
Along with farmland Launceston and Northern Tasmania is a gateway for many adventure activities as it provides vast rugged wilderness.
Click HERE for the Tourism Northern Tasmania website.
Kingthing Marketing is a business specializing in marketing strategy, social media, websites, training, award submissions and general marketing,
They are award winning marketing consultants that gets results and gives the best advice so your business thrives.
Specializing in the tourism sector, they have forged a reputation of delivering quality and measureable outcomes for tourism operators and regional organisations across the country.
Early in 2015 Kingthing won a National Tourism Award for their work in the training and education sector
Click HERE to learn more.
Goaty Hill Vineyard
The partners in Goaty Hill Wines are close friends from two families who are living the dream of making award winning wines in the Tamar Valley in the pristine cool climate island state of Tasmania.
The grapes for the Goaty Hill label are estate grown at their vineyard at Kayena.
The underlying philosophy at Goaty Hill Wines is that winemaking begins in the vineyard, long before the grapes are harvested. The family believes that superior grape growing diminishes the need for intervention by the winemaker and results in a wine that is grown, not made. Goaty Hill specialises in Riesling, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Though modelled on the best from Burgundy to Bordeaux, these wines speak clearly of their contemporary Tasmanian origins, combining beautiful fruit with an elegant and opulent mouth feel.
Natasha, Kristine, Markus and Tony warmly invite you to join them and enjoy the journey of learning, sharing and enjoying fine wine with friends. Click HERE for their website.
Tasmania, the island state of Australia, lies 40 degrees south of the equator. An archipelago of more than 334 islands in the temperate zone of the southern hemisphere, it is a land of dramatic coastlines, rugged mountains, spectacular wilderness and sparkling highland lakes.
Tasmanians breathe some of the world’s cleanest air and drink the purest water. Unpolluted coastal seas and rich, fertile soils enable them to produce the finest foods.
Click HERE for the Brand Tasmania website.
To view Brand Tasmania's video series of Tetsuya in the kitchen, click HERE.
Tasmanian Hospitality Association
The Tasmanian Hospitality Association is the peak industry body for hotels, restaurants, pubs and clubs in Tasmania.
The THA is a proactive body which seeks at all times to advocate for the hospitality sector, and ensure Tasmania has a viable and profitable hospitality industry both now and into the future.
Informed by direct industry contact and member representation, the THA actively seeks to engage all levels of government to lobby on behalf of the sector and play a lead role in the formation of industry-relevant policies. Click HERE for more.
Moores Hill Wine
Moores Hill is a boutique, family operated wine producer located on a northeast-facing hillside in the Tamar Valley.
Moores Hill has become noted as a producer of excellent Riesling with a string of awards reflecting the unique terroir of the site. Warm, mild sunshine and cooling maritime breezes allow the fruit to ripen slowly and build great depth of flavour, balanced with natural acidity.
Julian Allport and Fiona Weller moved from South Australia to purchase Moores Hill in 2008.
They’re part of a‘younger generation’ of vineyard owners and winemakers who have moved to Tasmania from the mainland in recent years.
A qualified winemaker, Julian tends the vineyard and makes the wine while Fiona handles sales & marketing. Click HERE for their website.
Department of Education
The Department of Education is responsible for providing educational services to students from birth. There is no defined age limit because we believe in and are responsible for educational services that enable all Tasmanians to learn, regardless of their age or where they live.
We provide educational services through our child and family centres, through primary and high schools and, at the tertiary and vocational level, through our colleges and the TasTAFE.
Click HERE for the Department of Education website.
Wine Tasmania is the peak body representing the island's grape growers and winemakers - working together to promote Tasmania as a benchmark wine region of world renown.
Click here to visit Wine Tasmania's website.
Josef Chromy Wine
Josef has been involved in some of Tasmania’s best-known premium wine brands including Jansz, Heemskerk, Tamar Ridge and Rochcombe (now Bay of Fires), all of which were sold over time as the business concentrated its efforts on the Josef Chromy brand and the premium grapes grown on that rolling hillside that is part of the view across the lake from the Relbia centre.
Josef is still involved every day in every aspect of the business, and he can be found testing his very discerning palate in the winery, advising the kitchen on the best cuts of meat to purchase locally, talking to visiting wine, food and travel writers, strolling through the vineyard with TV foodie personalities or making the news with his latest tourism venture. The man is the brand. Click HERE to visit their website.