Tourism Industry Council Tasmania partners with businesses, suppliers and industry partners who value our operators and the work they do in the Tasmanian community.
We work with our preferred partners to ensure they understand the tourism industry and design services and benefits that are relevant and provide maximum value to our tourism operators.
On 1 July 1985, TT-Line began operating passenger and vehicle transport across Bass-Strait on the German-built Abel Tasman. This ship maintained regular and reliable service until 1993, when she was replaced by the much larger "original" Spirit of Tasmania. To this day, Spirit of Tasmania I and II continue to transport passengers, passenger vehicles and freight between Melbourne and Tasmania.
Established in 1987, HOSTPLUS is the industry super fund for the hospitality, tourism, recreation and sport sectors. Being one of Australia's largest super funds, we're passionate about super and giving more back to our members.
To us, it's more than just super. We can assist you with simplifying your administration processes, developing tailored educational programs, and equipping you with the right tools at the right time. For further information please contact HOSTPLUS on 03 6224 2922 and mention that you are a tourism accredited business with the TICT.
Steadfast Taswide is part of the largest insurance broker network in Australasia, the Steadfast Group.
With close to 50 staff located across offices in Hobart, Launceston, Devonport and Burnie, we provide the full suite of business insurance advice, including public liability, workers compensation, property and plant insurance.
Tourism Accredited businesses who engage Steadfast Taswide Insurance Brokers receive a 25% discount on their annual Tourism Accreditation fee. No catch, it’s just a small incentive to encourage you to support a Tasmanian business.
For more information, and to take advantage of this great offer, please contact TICT (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a referral number and get in touch with the friendly Steadfast Taswide team.
Knight Frank is the world's largest privately owned property agency, and Tasmania's largest estate agent specialising in the commercial accommodation and tourism sales.
Knight Frank has offices in Hobart and Launceston providing state wide coverage.
Contact: Ian Reed (03) 6220 6911
Cumulus Studio is an award winning architecture and interior design practice with offices in Hobart, Launceston, Melbourne and Adelaide. The studio consists of 21 designers, including 14 registered architects, and specialises in tourism, residential, commercial, heritage, urban design and interior architecture.
HYPE offers a range of services in the media production arena. From conceptual creative to full production and asset delivery, HYPE is a production house delivering proven content across varying platforms. HYPE offers an experienced team of in-house producers, DOP’s and editors. In addition we have an extensive network of location support crew available anywhere in Tasmania. HYPE has worked on multiple campaigns for major production companies, providing line production services, local expertise and a whole lot more for a wide range of clients.
VXT has one purpose – to train a hospitality and tourism workforce to deliver the Tasmanian experience. VXT is industry-led and outcome-focused. Initially launched as ‘Tasmanian Hospitality and Tourism Training (THTT)’ last November, it has now been renamed ‘Visitor Experience Training’, or as we like to be known – VXT. The new trading name reflects our whole industry approach. It draws inspiration from the belief that every customer that comes through our doors is a visitor, whether they be local regulars or interstate travellers. We want each and every one of them to have a truly Tasmanian experience.
The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) was established in 1971 to present, protect and manage our extraordinary landscapes in partnership with the community. In particular we undertake this role working together with the Tasmanian Aboriginal community as the traditional and original owners, and continuing custodians of the land.
The PWS manages 49 per cent of the land area of Tasmania which includes in excess of 2.9 million hectares of land and water. In addition we are responsible for the future potential production forest (FPPF) lands. We work to conserve the State's natural and cultural heritage while providing for sustainable use and economic opportunities for the Tasmanian community.
Hobart Airport is Australia’s most southern airport, with one of Australia’s most picturesque approaches. We are the largest and busiest airport in Tasmania with over 60% of all travellers to the state coming through Hobart Airport. We are curfew free and are a proud part of the Tasmanian community. Hobart Airport is Australia’s ninth busiest domestic passenger airport and we are continuing to grow and develop to meet the needs of our customers, shareholders and our community.
Moo Brew is the official beer of the Tasmanian tourism industry. Inspired by the art, creativity and innovation of MONA, the Moo Brew range of contemporary lagers and ales are brewed in Tasmania and designed to be enjoyed while experiencing all the State has to offer.
Leaders in the Tasmanian Tourism Industry with unparalleled quality & service catering for groups from 12 — 500 passengers, McDermott’s touring coaches offer superior driving and passenger comfort, world class safety features and enhanced environmental performance. Enjoy a safe and secure journey in the comfort of one of our premium touring coaches.
Women in Tourism & Hospitality provides support, mentoring and networking opportunities for all women in the tourism & hospitality industry in Tasmania. Throughout the year, WITH Tas hosts events designed to inspire, motivate and inform as well as provide an informal way for new women in our industries to meet and connect with others. For those already working in tourism, it's the chance to mingle and catch up on what others are doing. It's connecting to share experiences, contacts and to connect with expertise in a welcoming and supportive environment.
For over 165 years the Mercury has been at the forefront of news, public debate and entertainment in Tasmania. With its seven day multi-platform operation to both inform and challenge, the Mercury is The Voice of Tasmania. It shares tears and cheers, stimulates discussion and action, records and presents major news events and is a vital part of the fabric of Tasmania.
Every day, the Mercury’s dedicated Tasmanian team set out determined to do all the good we can in serving this state that we love. And because of that hard work, the Mercury is proudly a central part of daily life.