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- About Tasmania
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Brand Tasmania is a promotional initiative to develop place-of-origin branding for Tasmania, and to heighten the profile, quality and value of the state's products and services. The independent Brand Tasmania Council, with private sector and government members, drives the initiative.
Discover Tasmania (Official Tourism Tasmania site)
Discover Tasmania is Tourism Tasmania's premier website providing information on things to do and see, where to stay, events, maps, getting to and around, activities. Choose English, German, Japanese, or Chinese text.
Portal for online Government (State, Commonwealth, and Local) services and information.
Comprehensive information about education services in Tasmania.
Comprehensive listing of Tasmanian Government, business and community websites.
Antarctic Tasmania, part of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts, has the key function of enhancing Hobart's role as a port-of-call and supplier of goods and services for those engaged in activities associated with the Antarctic and the Southern Ocean.
The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) helps Australian businesses take advantage of export and investment opportunities through a global network of almost 100 offices in 67 countries.
BizTas provides a single internet access point to information on registered Tasmanian businesses and organisations.
The Commonwealth Business Entry Point provides easy access to all Commonwealth-authorised information and services for business.
Screen Tasmania, part of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts, is the State Government agency responsible for supporting and developing the state's film, television and multimedia industries by encouraging independent screen production in Tasmania.
The TCCI provides leadership and a range of quality services to businesses both large and small, located throughout the state.
Tasmanian Government tenders web site (part of the purchasing.tas.gov.au web site), providing information on anticipated, current, closed, and awarded tenders.
The Tasmanian Government's arts agency, part of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts, has links to information on grants and loans programs, policies, artist database, public art program, publications and arts management, and lists of grants recipients.
Events Tasmania is the Tasmanian Government's event unit, part of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts. With a leadership role to stimulate event growth in the state, it provides funding support to events held in Tasmania and advice to event organisers on the planning and development of their events.
An initiative of the Premier's Physical Activity Council, and part of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts, Get Moving Tasmania aims to increase the level of physical activity of Tasmanians, and promotes active and healthy lifestyles.
Sport and Recreation Tasmania is part of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts. Its role is to encourage participation in sport and recreation and to support the development of the sport and recreation industry
Tasmania is a proud football state. We've produced some of the all-time greats of Aussie Rules - legends like Baldock, Hudson and Stewart. Now it's time for us to take our passion for the game to the next level. It's time for Tasmania to have its own AFL team.
The TIS, part of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts, assists Tasmania's athletes to achieve excellence through the provision of high quality athletic and coaching services. Information on its programs and scholarships, including application forms, are provided.
Website of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, part of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts, with links to information on its exhibitions and collections, tours, buildings, education, services, and bookshop.
Search for jobs available within the Tasmanian State Service. Includes recent Government Gazette State Services notices, agency employment registers, and a link to general State Government employment information on the Public Sector Management Office website.
The Local Government Association of Tasmania is an incorporated body under the Local Government Act 1993. It is owned, managed and governed by councils. It is the peak body of local government in Tasmania and is part of a national network of associations. Includes links to council websites.
Home Page of the Parliament of Tasmania with webcast of proceedings, contact details, Hansard, history and useful links.
Home page of the Tasmanian Premier, with links to government and Cabinet information, media releases, speeches, photos, video and audio, and online contact form.
Provides background information and description of the role of the office of the Governor of Tasmania.
Contact details for Tasmanian Government personnel and services.
Source for State Government media releases. Search by portfolio, minister or member, day of release, keyword. Direct links to latest releases.
A comprehensive list of all Tasmanian Government organisations, including departments and boards.
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) – Tasmania
ABS page providing access to Tasmanian statistical information, including statistical releases and links to non-ABS sources. It also provides contact details for queries relating to Tasmanian data and services.
The Economic Policy Branch of the Department of Treasury and Finance monitors trends in the Tasmanian economy and provides economic policy advice to the State Government. A range of publications on Tasmania's economic conditions are available on the branch website.
Tasmanian Government website for Tasmanian farmers and the community, providing a one-stop entry point to information on all aspects of agriculture to assist farmers to successfully manage their businesses and properties.
IRIS is a research tool providing integrated current information about the state of Tasmania, Australia with its world-class facilities and a proven commitment to expand infrastructure to foster business success.
Home page for Mineral Resources Tasmania, the Tasmanian government agency that regulates the state’s mining industry and supplies geoscientific information to all levels of government.
ISR is based in Canberra, Australia, with offices in all Australian state capitals, and representatives in North America, Europe and Asia.