Tourism Industry Coincil Tasmania

Friday 6 November - Wrest Point, Hobart

  • A climate neutral destination? What does that mean and is it worth the effort?
  • What are our businesses needing right now to secure their futures
  • Disruption and culture change - riding the rough waves
  • Mental wellbeing in our businesses
  • .....and a bonefide Rock Star!

Please note: Program subject to change!
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Registrations & Coffee from 9.30 am -

(Coffee Van supported by Cumulus Studio - Official Architecture partner of the Tasmanian tourism industry)

10.00 am- Our Future

(Trust us, you will not want to be late and miss this)

  • Welcoming you onto our country.
    Dewayne Everittsmith and Members of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community

60,000 years of perspective before looking to our future challenges and opportunities.

NAB Tasmanian Tourism Conference: Lunch with the Premier

(Sit down lunch inclusive with conference registration)

Premier and Tourism Minister Peter Gutwein is joining us for lunch. He'll speak frankly and directly about where things are at. As we've learned to expect.

Lunch Sponsor: Thanks to NAB - the official banking partner of TICT and the Tasmanian tourism industry.

1330 - 1500: Our Reality

  • Shaping our future - TICT Welcome
    Daniel Leesong, Chairman, Tourism Industry Council Tasmania

  • The University and Tourism. More in common than not.
    Prof Rufus Black, Vice-Chancellor, University of Tasmania

  • Our Recovery Journey - Tourism Tasmania's Update
    John Fitzgerald and Anne Greentree
    , Tourism Tasmania


3.00 - Afternoon Tea with thanks to the Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service

3.30 - 500: Our People


5.00pm ... and we're done!

You Need a Drink..

It's Friday Night.

You'll need a drink...

Join us at Frogmore for an evening of social-distanced networking, tourism company, eats and drinks.. but still celebrating all that is great and resilient and strong about our tourism industry.

With thanks to our partners TasVacations

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