Tourism Industry Coincil Tasmania

2019 Tasmanian

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The Voice of Tasmanian Tourism

Tourism Industry Council Tasmania (TICT) is the peak body for Tasmania’s tourism industry. We are a not-for-profit organisation providing leadership for the industry and a strong voice for Tasmanian tourism operators. Our vision is to lead the best tourism industry in the world.

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What we do

Leadership and Advocacy

Bring the Tasmanian tourism industry together to determine industry strategy and priorities that we then advocate to all levels of government and the Tasmanian community.

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Tourism Accreditation & Star Ratings

Support over 1,100 Tasmanian tourism operators belonging to the largest quality assurance program in the Australian tourism industry.

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Tasmanian Tourism Awards

Coordinate the annual Tasmanian Tourism Awards program.

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Tasmanian Tourism Conference

Host the must-do annual event on the Tasmanian tourism calendar featuring inspirational speakers, the latest industry intel, practical business tips, and lots of networking opportunities

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Events & Training

Offer a year-round program of relevant training and networking opportunities for tourism operators and industry stakeholders

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Talking Tourism

Podcast Series

New episodes available now

Upcoming events

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Monday October 21 2019

Statement on the Lake Malbena proposal Media Release Tourism Industry Council Tasmania welcomes today’s decision by the Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal regarding the Lake Malbena proposal. Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania CEO, Luke Martin, said that sensible, sensitive and sustainable proposals like this are important to the future of Tasmania’s vital tourism sector. “N...

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Friday October 18 2019

“We're known for our wilderness [and] our carbon neutrality that we're on track to achieve as a state ... and I'm just not sure an open-cut coal mine is ... consistent with that brand."

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Thursday October 17 2019

Important for TICT to be a part of the Hydro Tasmania Climate Change Symposium yesterday at CSIRO. Luke spoke about the impact of bushfire events on the tourism industry and wider visitor economy, the emergence of flight shaming and the conscience traveller, and the opportunities for Tasmania to develop its profile and brand as a low carbon destination of choice in an increasingly discerning tra...

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Star Ratings

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