Tasmania

There are hundreds of reasons to choose Tasmania as a destination for your next conference or event. The state has won countless recent international accolades and has great drawing power for delegate attendance.

Hobart was named one of the top 10 cities in the world to visit in 2015 by the Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel Guide; voted ‘Best Weekend Away’ in 2013 by Gourmet Traveller’s Readers Choice Awards; the second friendliest city in the world by Conde Nast Traveler readers; and Hobart’s internationally acclaimed attraction MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art, was voted ‘Standout Australian Travel Experience’ by Gourmet Traveler in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
With spectacular Mt Wellington as its backdrop and situated along the shores of the beautiful River Derwent, Hobart’s historic architecture and stately parks makes it one of Australia’s most picturesque capital cities.
Launceston has the largest collection of meticulously preserved 19th century buildings in the nation, making accessible the real stories of early Australia.
This incredible history is superbly blended with stunning scenery, engaging activities, accessible entertainment and award-winning fine food and wine.
Here, the paddock to plate philosophy comes to life – delegates can not only relish the taste but can connect with its origin and the characters that created it.
Launceston is a boutique region, where delegates will be warmly welcomed by friendly locals with a can-do attitude.

There are plenty of other places to visit while in Tasmania including the white sandy beaches of the East Coast and the creative food culture of the North West Coast.