Our Sponsors

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

WorkSafe Tasmania

WorkSafe Tasmania’s purpose is to advance work health, safety and wellbeing for all workers across Tasmania. With a promise to Tasmanians of ‘Safe and Well, Every Day’ WorkSafe Tasmania strives to achieve their mission through:

  • promoting safe, healthy work places and practices through an extensive advisory service, education and guidance
  • investigating incidents
  • auditing workplaces for compliance with legislation
  • promoting prompt and effective return to work through practical guidance and education
  • processing license and permits.
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WorkCover Tasmania

The WorkCover Tasmania Board engages with workers, employers, medical practitioners, licensed insurers, self-insurers and others to ensure a fair and equitable workers compensation scheme, good return to work outcomes, and safer workplaces for all Tasmanian employees.

The Board provides advice to the Minister on work health and safety matters, and is supported by WorkSafe Tasmania at an operational level.

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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. Hazell Bros has been servicing the public and private sectors for 80 years and has a long standing reputation for reliability and quality. Today, the company has a team of 700 people working across civil construction, quarries, concrete, construction material testing, plant hire, transport, asset servicing and industrial services.

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Marinus Link

Marinus Link is a critical part of Australia’s new energy future. A proposed electricity and telecommunications inter-connector between Tasmania and Victoria, the link will enable the flow of electricity in both directions between the two states, delivering low-cost, reliable and clean energy for customers in the National Electricity Market (NEM). It will enable excess energy generated on the mainland to be stored in Tasmania’s hydro storage, and made available for use when NEM demand outstrips supply.

Tasmania’s renewable energy and storage resources will also be available for use throughout the NEM as a result of Marinus Link.

Australia’s energy ministers have recognised that Marinus Link is a transmission project of national significance.

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Blundstone Australia

For over 150 years Blundstone Australia has been on the go, always evolving and growing, making fit for purpose boots with a commitment to quality and innovation.

Blundstone boots have stood the test of time, enduring the Great Depression, both world wars, and an ever changing fashion landscape. Blundstone has put boots on Aussie soldiers, Everest expeditioners, footballers, factory workers, farmers, police men and women. They’ve inspired artists, musicians, chefs, tap dancers and Olympic athletes to put their best foot forward.

Blundstone Australia’s history and home remain a source of inspiration – but it’s the people that wear the boots that truly provide the inspiration.

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Colony 47

Colony 47 has a vision to create a thriving, connected, inclusive and diverse community where every young Tasmanian has the opportunity to live a good life.

For 50 years, the team at Colony 47 has been supporting young and working to achieve their purpose of ending youth homelessness in Tasmania. The team works with children as young as 5, and up to age 25, on important issues such as communication, engaging in education, connecting with family and ending violence in the home.

Colony 47 is an organisation that builds hope and finds solutions for young Tasmanians, helping them to have an opportunity to live a happy life and achieve their goals.

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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.

One of the world’s largest producing zinc refineries, Nyrstar’s products are exported to global markets. They have a team of around 600 people based in Tasmania (both direct and contract employees) and are a major contributor to our state’s economy.

Nyrstar prioritises providing a safe environment that puts people first, taking a progressive and innovative approach to achieve this.

Nyrstar has a strong relationship with the community that has been developed over many years and continues today.

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Newport & Wildman

Newport & Wildman has a vision is for all workplaces to have mentally healthy employees.

A not-for-profit organisation with almost 30 years in the EAP industry, Newport & Wildman supports the mental health of approximately 12% of Tasmanians.

Newport & Wildman’s approach places people at the centre, taking a 360o view using a comprehensive framework to make complex workplace issues manageable. They partner with each customer to promote, recognise and effectively manage the mental health of every employee.

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Tasmanian Hospitality Association

The Tasmanian Hospitality Association (THA) is the peak industry body for hotels, accommodation, restaurants, cafes, caterers, community, sporting and RSL clubs in Tasmania.

Established in 1839, the  THA is a proactive body which seeks at all times to advocate for the hospitality sector, and ensure Tasmania has a viable and profitable hospitality industry both now and into the future. Members of the THA, including more than 500 businesses, make up Tasmania’s third-largest employing industry.

The THA provides a range of services to its membership, with a focus on full industrial relations support and advice. With a commitment to ensuring productive and encouraging workplaces, the THA is there 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 its 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.

This year marks the 190 year anniversary of Hadley’s, with a vast array of celebrations and activities taking place throughout 2024.

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University of Tasmania

The University of Tasmania’s story began over 130 years ago, in a sandstone building overlooking Hobart. Since those early days, with three lecturers teaching eleven students, the purpose has remained the same. Through academic excellence, UTAS makes their home, and the world, a better place.

The University of Tasmania welcomes enquiring minds, from near and far, to join their pursuit. Every student becomes part of a welcoming, collaborative community. And the whole island of Tasmania becomes their campus.

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House of Dance

House of Dance is a dance and performing arts studio based in Hobart, offering classes in jazz, tap, song and dance, lyrical, classical ballet, hip hop, acrobatics, musical theatre and singing.

HOD is home to Tasmania’s first ever Elite training group, designed to prepare students looking to pursue a career in performing arts with the tools to take the next step in their training. HOD is also home to the Tasmanian Youth Classical Ballet Company and the Angelina Ballerina program. 

HOD provides a safe space for their students to learn, grow, discover and transform into confident, able and driven people in all that they do. 

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St.Luke’s Health

For over 70 years, St Lukes has been committed to private health insurance that offers genuine care for Tasmanians. That means being locally owned and not-for-profit, ensuring the business answers to members – not shareholders. And it means investing efforts and profits back into the community. 

Now St.Luke’s Health is leading a significant change with a vision for Tasmania to become the healthiest island on the planet. This bold ambition is a promise from St. Luke’s to their members, staff, and state to make their home island the healthiest it can beWe’re more than a health insurer.

St. Luke’s health is proudly Tasmanian, proud to be founded in our island state, and proud to treat their members like  friends and family.

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Channel 7 Tasmania

Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) is one of Australia’s leading media companies reaching more than 95% of the Australian population through its radio, television, and digital assets. 

SCA broadcasts 93 free to air TV signals across regional Australia, including Seven Network in Tasmania.

In Tasmania, SCA also owns and operates Triple M and Hit radio stations.

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The Mercury

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.

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Simple Nimble

Transformational strategy.
Thriving people.

Simple Nimble Consulting works with organisations to transform their strategic performance, from developing and assessing the effectiveness of purposeful strategy, through to equipping organisations with the tools, systems and capabilities to elevate their strategic performance.

And they do all of this with people at the centre.

Simple Nimble are experts in designing for delivery; creating simplicity from complexity;  and challenging the status quo to enhance organisational effectiveness that enable your people to thrive.

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Crowne Plaza Hobart

Located in the city centre, Crowne Plaza Hobart connects it’s visitors to the heart of Tasmania. A contemporary hotel offering well thought out spaces to connect and recharge, Crowne Plaza Hobart is the perfect destination if you are in Hobart for business or pleasure.

Crowne Plaza Hobart also boasts a range of modern meeting rooms, from a ballroom to the boardroom and a 24 hour business centre.

Guests and locals alike can round out their day by unwinding with friends over a drink or casual meal at The Deck, or head to the Core Restaurant and Bar for the finest of local produce. The rooftop lounge bar Aura is the best place in town to indulge in champagne and oysters while enjoying a stunning view over the Derwent River, Mt Wellington, the city and waterfront.

With genuine and friendly hospitality, Crowne Plaza Hobart is the place to be.

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