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. We have been servicing the public and private sectors for 75 years and employ over 600 people. 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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Hydro Tasmania

Hydro Tasmania is Australia’s leading clean energy business, largest generator of renewable energy, and largest water manager. We’ve led clean energy innovation for over 100 years – building 54 major dams, 30 hydropower stations and two major wind farms. We stand ready to help make Tasmania the renewable energy battery of the nation and create an energy future that’s clean, sustainable, reliable and affordable. We employ more than 1200 people and produce enough renewable electricity from hydropower to power about 900,000 Australian homes and small businesses every year. We sell energy into the National Electricity Market through our retail business Momentum Energy, and offer world-renowned expertise through our specialist consulting firm Entura.

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SRT Logistics

SRT Logistics is a Tasmanian family owned business, which has been operating for over 30 years and employs over 300 people.  We offer safe, quality, efficient and cost effective complete transport and distribution solutions to our customers and key markets in Tasmania and Victoria as well as a national transport service to all other states through forwarding partners.

We boast Tasmania’s largest refrigerated fleet and network, delivering refrigerated and other produce and groceries. We currently have in excess of 270 registered vehicles on the road including small vans, prime movers, trailers and containers. Our coverage of Tasmania is second to none. We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week servicing over 400 customers per week, in every corner of the state through our four distribution facilities.

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Health Care Insurance

Health Care Insurance is a Tasmanian not for profit Private Health Insurer who has for 80 years nurtured, cared for and help grow its members.

“We care about our members, and deliver personalised service to simplify health cover, provide relief from medical expenses and out of pocket gaps, to give comfort and security”.

We can help you choose a cover to suit your individual needs or tailor a health insurance plan that meets your business and employee needs at a corporate rate.

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Call 1800 804 950

It’s Simply Personal

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Optus

Covering more of Tasmania than ever before.

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 Mall, Launceston Mall 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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Nyrstar

Nyrstar is a well-known part of the Hobart landscape, located on the Derwent Estuary and have been contributing to the community for over 100 years. We are one of the world’s largest producing zinc refineries and our products are exported to global markets. We have a team of around 600 people (both direct and contract employees) and are a major contributor to Tasmania’s economy. Our priority for our site is to provide a safe environment that puts our people first. We are proud of the progressive and innovative approach we are taking to achieve this. The strong relationship the plant has with our community has been developed over many years and continues today, through community meetings, sponsorships, partnerships and active participation in the community.

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TasPlan Super

Tasplan is Tasmania’s local, trusted super fund and we’re proud to be supporting The Mind Games Race for Research. We’re a profit-for-members super fund managing over $9 billion in assets for our members Australia-wide, and we have over 125,000 members who trust us to deliver all the things they want from their super fund. Tasplan also employs over 150 staff. Our vision is for Tasplan to be a strong, inclusive employer that provides our staff with the knowledge, resources and opportunities necessary to maintain good health and wellbeing. We choose to support The Mind Games Race for Research as it enables us to support good mental health in our workplace while raising money for research into prevention and treatment of mental health problems.

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Tasmanian Hospitality Association

On the 17th April, 1839, a group of men met at the Whitehorse Tavern in Liverpool St, Hobart Town after having formed and instituted the new ‘Van Diemens Land Licensed Victuallers Society’. The main objective of the society was to maintain and promote the respectability and general interest of the Licensed Victuallers in the colony providing assistance to the members as required. When Van Diemens Land became self-governing in 1856 and the name of the colony was changed to Tasmania, the Van Diemens Land Victuallers Society became the United Licensed Victuallers Association – Tasmania Branch. Since that time, the society has gone through two further name changes settling on the name as we know it today – Tasmanian Hospitality Association (THA). The association today is recognised by the Tasmanian Government as the peak industry body that represents the hospitality industry in Tasmania. Proudly claiming 180 years of delivering industry service, the association is governed by a board of industry professionals. The THA is a membership-based organisation representing more than 500 venues including hotels, accommodation, pub/taverns, cafes, restaurants, community and sporting clubs making it Tasmania’s third largest industry. The THA is a proactive body which seeks at all times to advocate for the hospitality sector and to ensure Tasmania has a viable and profitable hospitality industry now and in the future. With a commitment to ensuring productive and inspiring workplaces, the THA is positioned to ensure the hospitality businesses of today, are the industry leaders of tomorrow.

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The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel

The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel is renowned for its spacious rooms and friendly hospitality. Offering 242 modern self-contained accommodation rooms, our central location means we are within walking distance to Hobart’s majestic waterfront and CBD.

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Hadley’s Orient Hotel

Built by convict labour in 1834 and restored back to it’s original self, Hadley’s is one of the oldest hotels in Australia. Centrally located in the heart of the city nearby shops, eateries, activities and the popular Salamanca precinct, Hadley’s offers Victorian-era style accommodation.

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Aurora Energy

Aurora Energy retails electricity and gas to Tasmanians. As Tasmania’s 100 per cent owned and operated retailer, Aurora is committed to delivering the best energy solutions and choices for their customers through award-winning product innovation, consistently low prices and local expert service and advice. We are also committed to being involved and supporting local communities through a range of investments and partnerships because it’s our community too.

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