Brand Tasmania is at its most effective when Partners work with the Brand Tasmania Council to champion the State’s place-of-origin brand. The monthly publication Partner Connections serves to link Brand Tasmania with its Partners and Partners with each other. This newsletter introduces new Partners and emerging sectors, as well as profiling existing Partners who have achieved success. Where appropriate, we encourage Partners to consider other Tasmanian-based businesses when buying goods or services. View a listing of Partners by sector.
Welcome to the July edition of Partner Connections.
We begin this edition by encouraging Partners in the agriculture sector to have their voices heard and help shape Tasmania’s agrifood future by completing the TasAgFuture survey.
We welcome several new Partners and share with you some new videos profiling Stefano Lubiana and 131-year-old Maylands Lodge.
25 July 2018, Partner Connections
Welcome to the June edition of Partner Connections.
We begin this edition by encouraging all food and beverage Partners to update their profiles.
We welcome several new Partners including Devil's Distillery, Glen Albyn Estate, Kermandie Waterfront Hotel, PANTAZIS and Summerlea Farm Tasmania.
We share with you some new videos profiling the Hadley's Art Prize, Tasmanian companies that provide support to Antarctic expeditions and we hear from some of the delegates at the recent Singapore Forum talking about place branding.
28 June 2018, Partner Connections
Welcome to the May edition of Partner Connections.
We begin this edition profiling the Partners involved in Fine Food Melbourne trade show in September.
We welcome several new Partners including Van Diemens Land Creamery, Robyn Wilson Training Company, Kettering Quail, Tasplan Super, Edge Radio 99.3FM, Lobster Shack Tasmania and The Taste of Tasmania
25 June 2018, Partner Connections
Welcome to the April edition of Partner Connections.
We begin this edition with the annual health check of Tasmania’s brand and finds the state in ‘great shape’.
We welcome several new Partners including Boks Bacon, Dial Your Meal and Cultivate Productions.
28 April 2018, Brand Tasmania
Welcome to the March edition of Partner Connections.
With the days getting colder it's time to put on the winter woollies! We profile Smitten Merino, proudly making woollen garments in Tasmania. We welcome several new Partners share with you some new videos profiling recent visits to King Island by our Brand Ambassadors.
29 March 2018, Brand Tasmania
Welcome to the February edition of Partner Connections.
We congratulate several Tasmanian distilleries for winning medals at the World Whisky awards and welcome several new Partners.
We also report on recent visits to the state by our Brand Ambassadors.
28 February 2018, Brand Tasmania
Welcome to the January edition of Partner Connections.
In this edition we start by wishing all Partners a happy new year. This will be an exciting year for the Brand Tasmania Council as it prepares to transition to a statutory authority.
We welcome several new Partners including Van Diemens Land Creamery, Corey Speers Consulting and Olive & Ash.
24 January 2018, Brand Tasmania
Welcome to the December edition of Partner Connections.
In this edition we congratulate Premium Fresh Tasmania on its success at the National Export Awards.
We welcome several new Partners including Loaves and Fishes Tasmania, wukalina Walk and King Island Prime Meats.
19 December 2017, December 2017
Welcome to the first edition of Partner Connections.
Each edition will introduce new Partners, profile existing Partners who have achieved success and promote upcoming events that assist you in developing your business.
In this first edition we congratulate Kooee! Snacks on securing distribution for its beef jerky in Woolworths. We welcome new Partners Swinging Gate Vineyard, Oyster Cove Marina and Penguin Composites.
23 November 2017, November 2017
Listed below are businesses recently approved as Brand Tasmania Partners. We encourage you to familiarise yourself with each of these businesses.
Hobart MTB Tours
Hobart and Mount Wellington showcase the best of Tassie. We love riding on The Mountain and we want to share it with you.
Hobart has some of the best bike trails in Australia but it’s split between several land owners and is only known to the locals that ride it. With 1,300m of vertical and more trails than a multi-storey shopping centre, it should be the number one destination for all mountain bikers, but it’s not, and the spoilt locals aren’t blabbing. We are here to show you.
TAS Essential Services
TAS Essential Services supports a range of family owned businesses in Tasmania to grow and thrive.
Acting as a corporate shared services Hub for Tasmanian family-owned businesses, we provide financial, marketing, sales, operations and HR support services.
The businesses operate in a broad range of sectors including food services, agriculture, manufacturing, irrigation, marketing, hospitality, building and construction.
Contact name Lesley Aitken
Phone 03 6319 6384
Categories: Agriculture, Fine Food Australia in Melbourne 2018, Food and beverage, Forestry and timber, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Services
STOREMASTA is an organisation of dangerous goods experts that specialise in providing end to end dangerous goods storage and management solutions.
STOREMASTA is an organisation of dangerous goods experts that specialise in providing end to end dangerous goods storage and management solutions. We deliver compliance through the execution of our dangerous goods management methodology.
STOREMASTA methodology: Identify - Assess - Control - Sustain
By executing our methodology, we help organisations reduce risk and improve efficiencies in the storage and management of dangerous goods. We do this by using our distinctive capabilities of service excellence, advanced manufacturing ability and legislative knowledge.
With a national network of field specialists, we provide services such as dangerous goods risk assessments and onsite compliance audits. When it comes to implementing controls to mitigate the risks associated with hazardous chemicals, we design and manufacture tailored solutions in our Australian based manufacturing facility. We also provide standard dangerous goods storage products, maintenance services and scheduled compliance audits to help you sustain your regulatory compliance.
Tamar Valley Hazelnuts
Fresh hazelnuts are sweet and tasty. Tamar Valley Hazelnuts are committed to selling our hazelnut in the season in which they are grown to ensure maximum flavour.
We are a 100% Tasmanian owned and operated family agribusiness. We have an orchard of over 5,000 trees in Glengarry and an onsite cracking and processing facility. Partnering with other local growers, we had our first commercial crop in 2018 of 4T in shell and are growing in volume every year. We sell in shell hazelnuts, natural and roasted hazelnut kernel and hazelnut butter. Predominately a wholesale business we sell to grocers, health food shops, bakers and confectioners in Tasmania and interstate. We also sell direct to the consumer through our online shop and local festivals and markets. We also operate a hazelnut nursery selling bare rooted orchard trees each winter.
Brook Eden Vineyard and Cellar Door
Brook Eden produces single varietal wines and traditional sparkling from its beautiful site in the Pipers Brook Valley. The family brings a Northern Italian tradition to its elegant wines and offers a warm and welcoming experience at its cellar door.
With most vines now over 30 years old, Brook Eden is one of the oldest vineyard sites in Northern Tasmania. Our close planted Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Grigio produce intense single varietal table wines with a portion set aside some years for our TASMANIAN, a vintage Sparkling made in the French method.
Vintage 2019 will be an exciting year as our young vines of Lagrein, a Northern Italian variety will bear fruit for the first table wine of that varietal to be produced in Tasmania. A rich, deep ruby wine in the Pinot Noir tradition, this wine is rimmed with purple and will be popular amongst those who desire a more 'meaty' red to go with Tasmania's beef, lamb and game.
Owned since 2012 by the Ferrero family, Brook Eden's range of wines reflect true cool climate characteristics, the owners' Italian heritage and a constant striving for excellence.
Brook Eden Vineyard and Cellar Door is at 167 Adams Road, Lebrina, Tasmania. We are open 6 days a week (except Wednesday) from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm. We are open by appointment only from July to August. Visit www.brookeden.com.au for more information.
Makers and sellers of handmade cold process soaps and body butters.
We create and manufacture our soaps and body butters to our uniquely designed formulas and recipes using local and imported ingredients. Our soaps and body butters contain all-natural plant based oils and butters and are totally vegan by design. We sell our soap products via our online shop and regularly attend local farmers' markets and craft fairs throughout the North West coast of Tasmania. We welcome special order enquiries.
Neville Smith Forest Products (NSFP)
NSFP is one of the largest and most advanced processor of sustainable regrowth forest and wood products in Australia, specialising in one of the world's most beautiful and durable cool climate timbers, Tasmanian Oak.
Neville Smith Forest Products (NSFP) is a family owned and vertically integrated enterprise operating within Tasmania.
NSFP's Tasmanian footprint consists of two individual forest and wood processing businesses, located at each end of the state of Tasmania. They are a purpose built green mill designed to process smaller regrowth hardwood logs located in the Southern Forest (south of Huonville) and a Millworks operation in the north of the state (Launceston) that specialises in the drying, reconditioning and machining of the green timber sourced from the southern green mill.
These businesses operate with a collective goal of maximising the value of Tasmania's most sustainable and renewable resource: regrowth Tasmanian Oak logs.
NSFP's core business of processing and manufacturing high value appearance grade timber products for the interior design and home decor market is one of the largest in Australia, supplying both domestic and overseas markets.
NSFP employs 70 staff across Tasmania and has been operating within the Timber industry since 1924.
Net Sea Freight - Tasmania Pty Ltd
Net Sea Freight – Tasmania (NSF-T) is the #1 Claims Agent for the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme (TFES) with over 18 years of TFES claims experience.
Net Sea Freight – Tasmania (NSF-T) is a freight administration company; we are not a freight forwarder and not in competition with anyone in that or other associated industries. We are an established company when it comes to matters associated with the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme (TFES), including assuming the role of TFES Claims Agents in the management of the claims process on behalf of over 200 clients from the wide range of eligible industry groups. The NSF-T Team will maximise eligible claimants' TFES entitlement and we may be able to provide our business model - the ability to offer a sea freight rate net of the TFES assistance paid. NSF-T allows its clients to free up internal resources and focus on their core business. NSF-T ensures privacy, security and confidentiality of its clients' TFES related data and remain up to date with Government regulations. Additional services include business administration, customised invoicing and reporting.
Tasmania Tours 4 U
Tasmania Tours 4 U as our name suggests, our tours are customers focused. All of our customers are treated as our valued personal guests. We have a passion for Tasmania and its visitors.
We have been in the tour business in Tasmania since 2005. We do what we have always done - we provide tours with utmost customer care and personalised service at an affordable price. We walk and talk with our clients. We pay attention to their needs and try to be flexible when we can.
Itineraries are designed carefully, so we do not miss anything significant for visitors. Safe driving is a high priority, so we may not talk much whilst driving except when we arrive at locations.
We welcome children 4 years plus. Family groups are most welcome and we offer a good discount for a private tour.
We can customise the itinerary for groups of 4 plus.
Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your touring needs in Tasmania. We are here to show you the best of Tasmania.
Our business is accredited by the Australian and Tasmanian Tourism Authorities.