We gratefully acknowledge the support of our festival partners and supporters.
Without the support of the following businesses, organisations and associations, The Taste of Tasmania would not be possible.


There are many ways to partner with The Taste of Tasmania – from providing in-kind services that support
our planning and associated running costs to financially supporting our festival.

 We endeavour to work with as many diverse businesses as possible but our preferred option is to always work with partners
and like-minded organisations who share our passion for Tasmania, where we can work together to support achieve your outcomes too.

There are many different partnership levels on offer. To discuss a partnership with The Taste of Tasmania please email info@thetasteoftasmania.com.au


 
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Hobart City Council

The City of Hobart is the local government authority for central Hobart and surrounds. Together with residents and diverse local communities the City of Hobart works to make our island capital a unique and vibrant place to live, work and visit. We are home to an estimated population of 53 684 residents. Our City (78 square kilometres) consists of 16 suburbs including Cornelian Bay, New Town, Lenah Valley, Mount Stuart, North Hobart, West Hobart, Glebe, Hobart, Battery Point, South Hobart, Dynnyrne, Sandy Bay, Tolmans Hill, Mount Nelson, Ridgeway and Fern Tree.

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GOVERNMENT PARTNER

Events Tasmania

The Taste of Tasmania is supported by the Tasmanian Government.

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festival partner - INDEPENDENT BREWERS

Hobart Brewing Co.

Hobart Brewing Co. taproom and brewery sits at Macquarie Point, just behind historic Hunter Street and a stone's throw from Sullivan's Cove. Here you'll find our friendly and knowledgeable staff ready to take you through our extensive tap list where you can enjoy a beer in our beer garden with fire pits, food trucks, and regular live music and events. Our beer can be found all over Tassie.

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festival partner - INDEPENDENT BREWERS

Shambles Brewery

Shambles Brewery is an independent brewpub in the heart of Hobart, located just a few blocks from the CBD in a warehouse with a 50+ year history as a butchery and smallgoods factory. Founded by a group of mates with a shared love of beer, our mission is to make beer with flavour and to do it with passion. We're proudly Tasmanian,100% independently owned and we love beer as much as you do.

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festival partner - INDEPENDENT BREWERS

Moo Brew

Established in 2005, Moo Brew is one of Tasmania’s original independent craft breweries. Moo Brew sets out to create the best versions of classic beer styles – and if that means tweaking a few fundamentals, giving things a bit of a twist, then all the better.

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festival partner - INDEPENDENT BREWERS

Spotty Dog Brewers

Spotty Dog Brewers focus on hop forward styles, with a focus on session beers as well as hop forward IPAs. Proudly independent and Tasmanian owned Spotty Dog will be bringing their ultimate summer beers for those long Tasmanian nights.

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festival partner

Australian Good Meat

Good Meat is an online platform created by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) on behalf of the red meat and livestock industry. It provides important information about cattle, sheep and goat production in Australia, focusing primarily on animal welfare, protecting the environment and health and nutrition. Through a transparent approach, Good Meat informs consumers about the great work of Australian red meat producers and the high quality product they produce. Good Meat also provides a platform for red meat producers to share their story and demonstrate their commitment to best practice and continual improvement. Ultimately, Good Meat is about showing how Australian red meat is produced sustainably, in high welfare systems and is an important part of a healthy balanced diet.

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festival partner

Josef Chromy

Josef Chromy Wines has a state-of-the-winery at the base of the vineyard at Relbia, just south of Launceston. Our winemaking style is founded on producing wines that show a true ‘sense of place’ and celebrate the individual characteristics of each unique vintage.

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festival PARTNER

University of Tasmania

The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) is a world-class centre of excellence for research and education at the University of Tasmania. Its research is innovative, relevant, and globally distinctive while its education delivers first-class programs resulting in highly trained scientists and researchers serving the needs of academic institutions, industry, government and the community. IMAS has three core research programs in Fisheries and Aquaculture, Ecology and Biodiversity, and Oceans and Cryosphere. These are linked by the cross-disciplinary themes of Climate change, Ocean-Earth systems and Oceans and Antarctic governance.

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festival PARTNER

TasPorts

TasPorts is responsible for the management and maintenance of essential port infrastructure in Tasmania. Ninety-nine per cent of Tasmania’s freight moves through our ports. TasPorts manages the maintenance of port berths, channels, wharves, landside assets, marine fleet and key navigational aids. Furthermore, the company ensures the safe control and security of all major ports, delivering critical pilotage services, as well as provision of towage, slipway and refuelling facilities, supply of floating plant and equipment for marine engineering projects, and construction and coastal haulage.  In addition, the company maintains community-use waterfront assets at Sullivans Cove, Inspection Head, King Island, Stanley and Strahan. 

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festival PARTNER

Wine Selectors

We believe that wine is one of life’s greatest joys. Sharing good wine with food, family and friends is what life is all about. We’re passionate about helping fellow wine lovers discover the amazing diversity of Australian wine and the thrill of finding a new favourite. For over 45 years, we have been proudly handpicking outstanding quality wines from over 500 authentic cellar doors across Australia. Sharing their stories and celebrating the lifestyle of wine and food for all our members to enjoy. 

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festival PARTNER

Eat Well Tasmania

Eat Well Tasmania Inc. is primarily focused on engaging with food and agriculture and aligned industries to encourage Tasmanians to enjoy our seasonal produce.  In Tasmania we grow, produce and value-add a very wide range of foods. This includes fruit and vegetables/legumes, dairy products, grains and cereals, and lean meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and nuts and seeds. 

With industry and government our policy and partnership work seeks to promote opportunities for more Tasmanian food to be profiled in hospitality, agritourism, events, at farm gates and through local procurement. With our partners, we champion healthy eating and promote opportunities to enjoy Tasmanian seasonally grown, produced and valued added food. 

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festival SUPPORTER

Myriad Research

Myriad Research is a full service, market and social research consultancy, providing specialist advice to business, government and industry across Tasmania, and nationally via our network of quality research partners.  Myriad was established in Launceston in 1988. Since then the firm has grown to become the leading Tasmanian owned and operated research consultancy in the state, and now with a strong national presence. At the heart of our growth has been the commitment to providing our clients with reliable and cost effective research services, with attention to quality assurance protocols at each stage of the research  project … from design through data collection, analysis to client reporting. 

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MEDIA PARTNER

The Mercury

The very first issue of the Hobarton Mercury - on Wednesday, July 5, 1854 - made a simple but solemn promise to its readers: “We desire to do all the good we can.” Today, 165 years later, this ambition retains its relevance - as it has done for every single one of the days since that first Mercury was printed. Every day, our dedicated – Tasmanian – team comes to work determined to do all the good we can in serving this state that we love. As “The Voice of Tasmania”, we’re for you.

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festival SUPPORTER

Loaves & Fishes Tasmania

An initiative of Devonport Chaplaincy, Loaves & Fishes Tasmania was established in 2017 to address the gap in the emergency food relief sector in Tasmania. This gap is the lack of access to ready-to-eat, nutritious meals for our community’s most vulnerable. Through consultation with the national Food Rescue organisation, SecondBite, a more localised solution addressing the issues of Emergency Food Relief in Tasmania was established. In July 2018 Loaves and Fishes Tasmania took over the Tasmanian operations of SecondBite. Building on the established work of SecondBite combining education, training, mentoring and food production, Loaves & Fishes Tasmania is a unique approach to addressing the issues of food insecurity in Tasmania.  

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festival SUPPORTER

TasWater

TasWater has invested in Portable Water Stations around the state for quick and convenient hydration at community events. Using the Portable Water Stations means event patrons can quickly and conveniently refill their own water bottles with fresh filtered water, helping to prevent dehydration during an event. TasWater’s Portable Water Stations are ideal for large outdoor public events such as concerts, major sporting events, shows and markets. A Portable Water Station is the healthy and environmentally friendly alternative to single use plastic bottled water or drinking cups and can limit the amount of waste disposed of – often on the ground. It is a quick and easy alternative way to keep the community hydrated.

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festival SUPPORTER

Sapphire Partners

Sapphire Partners is a boutique legal services firm which specialises in legal support for creative enterprises. Where you have the creative vision, we provide the tailored legal support to help you turn it into a commercial reality. We specialise in practical general commercial advice with a particular focus on protecting your intellectual property.

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