Tourism Industry Coincil Tasmania

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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News

Tuesday March 31 2020

Looking forward to launching ‘Take Me (Back) to Tasmania’ soon.... In the meantime, for a giggle and a welcome smile...

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Monday March 30 2020

Wage Subsidy Media Release Monday, 30 March 2020 TICT CEO Luke Martin, offered the following response to the Australian Government’s Wage Subsidy package announced today: ‘Credit where it’s due, State and Federal Government’s are making the investments needed to give as many businesses as possible a fighting chance to see this through and come out the other side,’ he said. “Our tourism and...

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Thursday March 26 2020

Reproduced from today’s The Mercury Newspaper TO think we seriously hoped the cancellation of Dark Mofo a fortnight ago was going to be the low point for Tasmania. How naive were we? For the tens of thousands of Tasmanians who directly or indirectly earn their living from our visitor economy, the scale and pace of the systematic closure of our industry over the past two weeks has been devasta...

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