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Festival
Partners


 
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festival partner

Australian Good Meat
Australian Good Meat doesn’t just happen …

It is proudly produced by Australian farmers, feedlots and processors and relies on transporters, saleyards and livestock exporters all playing a big part in making it happen. It’s farmed in a deliberate way that cares about the livestock, the environment and the health and well-being of consumers. Australian Good Meat is a celebration of home-grown beef and lamb and the world-class farming and production practices that ensure Australia is offering the best quality red meat in the world.

As proud partners of The Taste of Tasmania, Australian Good Meat is looking forward to cranking the grill and sharing the story of locally produced beef and lamb.

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festival partner

Forty Spotted Gin (Lark)

We believe that some of the greatest things in life are yet to be discovered. That’s why we matched traditional gin botanicals with a rare Tasmanian native spice to create a refined and elegant gin that is unlike any other.

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festival partner

The Mercury

The Mercury listens to, learns from and leads the Tasmanian community by providing readers with a major forum for debate across print, digital and social media platforms. The Mercury is Tasmania’s largest-circulating daily newspaper.

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festival supporter

Josef Chromy

Josef Chromy Wines has a state-of-the-art 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 supporter

Hartz

We are a world-leading provider of beverages products. Our company was founded, and been proudly operating, in Tasmania for over 40 years.  Our mineral water is delivered from the source to our facility within a matter of hours. We have close access to the best available sources of pure water available in the world. With an established track record of environmentally sensitive production methods our production facility is the one of the most advanced in Australia with environmentally friendly practices including rain water collection, water re-cycling and solar power use.

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festival supporter

Boag’s

James Boag understood that there’s nothing on earth quite like Tasmania’s natural purity. Which means there are no other beers like James Boag’s.

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festival supporter

The Tasmania Food Co

Nichols Poultry was established in the early 1980s, the business has grown to become one of the most trusted and respected meat brands in Tasmania.

Visit Tas Food Co: Website & Nichols Poultry: Website

 

 
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festival supporter

Tas Ports

Tasmanian Ports Corporation Pty Ltd (Tasports) is a state-owned company responsible for ten Tasmanian Ports. We run a diverse range of commercial operations across a large geographical base with the purpose of facilitating trade for the benefit of Tasmania.

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festival supporter

Colony 47

Colony 47 is a Tasmanian community owned and operated not for profit organisation that has provided support for people in need for over 45 years. Colony 47’s vision is “to create a thriving, connected and diverse community where no one is left behind. “Colony 47 works in partnership with the community, governments and other providers to find the best local solutions to addressing important social issues for people who “are being left behind” in our community.

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