Our Sponsors

We’d like to extend a big thank you to all of our sponsors

Cripps

Cripps is Tasmania’s leading plant bakery. The company’s heritage goes back to 1878 when the first commercial bakery was opened at 91 Elizabeth St Hobart by William Cripps.  Today, Cripps employs over 200 Tasmanian’s and serves approximately 1200 customers.

Cripps has operations in both Hobart, Launceston and Ulverstone, it manufactures and distributes a large range of baked products including bread, crumpets, rolls, buns and muffins to the Tasmanian market along with Shortbread and Anzacs Biscuits.

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Hazell Bros

Hazell Bros is an iconic, Tasmanian, family-owned construction and resources company with operations in Tasmania, South Australia, and Queensland employing over 500 people.  As a family-owned company, we have been servicing the public and private sectors for 75 years. With a large fleet of vehicles, plant and equipment in addition to extensive quarry and concrete products, Hazell Bros has a long-standing reputation for reliability and quality.

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KPMG

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services across a wide range of industries, government and not for profit sectors. KPMG provides a full range of services tailored to meet the unique needs of mid-sized, fast growing and family owned businesses. In Australia, KPMG has a long tradition of professionalism and integrity, combined with our dynamic approach to helping clients in a digital-driven world.

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University of Tasmania

The University of Tasmania is a quality institution in one of the world’s most beautiful locations. We are Australia’s fourth oldest university and our  institution is highly-regarded for our teaching and academic excellence. We offer more than 100 undergraduate degrees and more than 150 postgraduate programs across a wide range of disciplines. For students looking for an exceptional, personalised university experience that will shape their future success, there is no better place to study.

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Health Care Insurance

Health Care Insurance is a Tasmanian not for profit Private Health insurer who for 80 years has nurtured, cared for and helped grow our members. HCI gives you the confidence and flexible coverage to be your best self. Happy, healthy and worry free. At HCI we are committed to providing the best level of health care for you and your family.  We are here to ensure that private health insurance is easy to understand and delivers both comprehensive and affordable health care. HCI considers you before profit and we concentrate on delivering the very best in hospital and general health care services.

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Optus

The Optus Network now covers 97% of Tasmanians!

Come and see our friendly team and talk to us about getting great mobile coverage at an incredible price.

Our Optus stores are in Hobart, Launceston and Eastlands – plus you can also make the switch at any Harvey Norman store across Tasmania, online at www.optus.com.au or call 133937

Keep your number and get better value.

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Accru Hobart

Accru Hobart is a progressive, highly experienced and distinguished accounting firm based on the Eastern shore of Hobart, situated only 7 minutes from the CBD. Building relationships with clients is expected, but at Accru Hobart we pride ourselves on “going through life with our clients”. Led by Tim Lane, Michael Burnett and Courtney Telega, We offer services in; Accounting, SMSF, Financial Planning, Business Valuations and Strategic advice.

To meet with Tim Lane or one of our experienced accountants please phone us on 03 6244 5044 or click the link below.

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Huon Aquaculture

Huon Aquaculture was founded in Tasmania’s picturesque Huon Valley in 1986 by Peter and Frances Bender. What began as a small family-run salmon farming company has progressed by leaps and bounds to now employ over 700 people across Australia.

The majority of Huon’s employees and farming operations are based in Tasmania’s rural and regional areas and directly contribute to the success of these small communities.

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