Tourism Industry Coincil Tasmania

Tasmanian Tourism

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We represent and act for the Tasmanian tourism industry

Tourism Industry Council Tasmania 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 Tasmania’s tourism operators. We do this by working with our tourism operators, government and the community to build a sustainable world-class tourism industry in Tasmania.

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What we do

Leadership and Advocacy

Bring our industry together around the priorities to grow tourism to Tasmania and present a strong and united voice for tourism in the Tasmanian community

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Tasmanian Tourism Awards

Organise the Tasmanian Tourism Awards program for operators looking to continually improve and excel in all areas of their business, and be recognised for excellence

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Tasmanian Tourism Conference

Host the annual Tasmanian Tourism Conference – the must-do 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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Tourism Accreditation

Support over 1,000 Tasmanian tourism businesses to achieve and maintain their accreditation with the largest quality assurance program in the Australian tourism industry – the Australian Tourism Accreditation Program

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Events & Training

Offer regular training and networking opportunities for our accredited tourism operators and industry stakeholders

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2017 Tasmanian

Tourism Conference

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Upcoming events

The Power of Storytelling

28 August 2017 The Clarion Hotel City Park Grand

The second in our Parks Boost workshop series will focus on how we tell the stories of Tasmania’s people, place and culture.  We all have the opportunity to ...

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The Power of Storytelling

29 August 2017 Gateway Inn Hotel

The second in our Parks Boost workshop series will focus on how we tell the stories of Tasmania’s people, place and culture.  We all have the opportunity to ...

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Basic Instagram and phone photography skills

30 August 2017 Drysdale House

This workshop series, developed and presented by Natalie Mendham, Hobart based commercial photographer, will get your tourism business’ Instagram account ...

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The Power of Storytelling

31 August 2017 Freycinet

The second in our Parks Boost workshop series will focus on how we tell the stories of Tasmania’s people, place and culture.  We all have the opportunity to ...

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News

Wednesday August 16 2017

Tourism Industry Council Tasmania and Skål Hobart, Tasmania today launched the 2017 Tasmanian Future Tourism Leaders Scholarship. The Scholarship offers financial assistance to the value of $10,000 for a young professional, aged under 35 years, currently working within the Tasmanian tourism, hospitality or related industries, to undertake an interstate or international study tour to build their ...

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Wednesday August 16 2017

Labor commits to a new Drysdale A re-elected Majority Labor Government will restore Drysdale as the centre of excellence for tourism and hospitality students under its comprehensive skills and training policy. Labor Leader Rebecca White said by establishing an independent board for Drysdale including tourism and hospitality experts and TasTAFE representatives, Labor was working closely with the...

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Tuesday August 15 2017

Moody Maria Island taken from Raspins Beach today after a productive Board meeting and drinks with East Coast tourism stakeholders at The Eastcoaster Resort!

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