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Conference

More and more large event organisers and PCO’s are discovering that Tasmania can deliver conferences and business events that have a strong emphasis on experience, quality and value. The island state region is an impressive destination for a wide range of events from ten to 1,100.

Whether it’s a large conference in the capital or a business event in a regional area, we can help you to produce the right experience for your delegates, connecting you to the accommodation, venue, hospitality and production partners you require.

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Saffire Freycinet

East Coast
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Hadley’s Orient Hotel

Hobart & South
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Salamanca Inn – All Suite Hotel

Hobart & South
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RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

Hobart & South
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MACq01 Hotel

Hobart & South
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Macquarie Wharf No. 2 (MAC 02)

Hobart & South
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Lenna of Hobart

Hobart & South
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Travelodge Hobart

Hobart & South
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Hobart Function and Conference Centre

Hobart & South
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