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Jun 2021

From Agricultural landmark to modern hotel

Launceston’s Peppers Silo Hotel is somewhat of a beacon for the city - physically and metaphorically. While the facility stands proudly on the edge of the Tamar River, commanding your attention upon entry to the city from every angle, for years the cylindrical 1960s grain storage facility stood idle.

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“Our island state is brimming with knowledgeable and charismatic individuals. We can connect you directly with these Tassie characters and assist with their involvement in your conference or incentive event.”

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Jun 2021

Tassie’s Wine Queen

Quality over quantity is a mantra Tasmania has honed over history and it’s paying dividends for our boutique wine industry. It’s also a rich reward for those lucky enough to visit one of the 30 cellar doors within the Tamar Valley Wine Trail, which stretches from Relbia, just south of Launceston, through to the iconic Pipers River Region and both sides of the East and West Tamar.

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Jun 2021

World-leading infrastructure for bubbling industry

Given the effervescence that emanates from Kim Seagram, it’s no wonder her latest ventures are bubbling away with vigour. From her own distilling business to a global-first agri-food project she is pioneering for the state’s north, the queen of Tasmanian hospitality is as busy as ever.

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Jun 2021

Bianca Welsh – passionate about hospitality

Bianca Welsh didn’t grow up dreaming about haute cuisine or luxe architecturally-designed accommodation. The juxtaposition of her childhood in Launceston’s middle class northern suburbs and her reality now as the co-owner of two internationally-respected restaurants and a hotel, can not be understated.

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Jun 2021

Launceston – Reimagine your city conference

We invite you to discover a city made not by what meets the eye, but by the stuff that doesn’t.

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Feb 2021

Get around Tassie with ease

High-quality event services are a vital ingredient of any successful conference or business event. From catering to equipment hire, we are confident that Tassie offers first class options for your next conference.

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Jan 2021

Tassie just got bigger

The hotel landscape in Hobart is rapidly changing with a number of big brands opening in the waterfront city.

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Jul 2020

Sleep Outside the Box

With stunning, modern accommodation options, it is THE place to stay on Tasmania’s east coast.

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Jul 2020

Launceston – The Accessible City

Tasmanians tend to fly under the radar but there is a terrific commitment to quality design and not accepting that because we are regional we can’t create something magnificent.

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Jul 2020

Art on the Wild Side

If you are thinking of taking a group to the region for a conference or meeting, make sure there is time to visit the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery. Here you will find a large and eclectic collection of art inspired by the wild landscape that surrounds it – and the wildlife that inhabits it.

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Jul 2020

Who is James Lynch?

For a mysterious and intriguing experience for a corporate or incentive group, experienced guides recount spine-chilling stories of unexplained sightings and occurrences, in the lantern-lit ghost tours, and for any brave souls who need more than a story, there is the adults-only Paranormal Investigation Experience.

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Jul 2020

Queen of the Cider House

“Andrew’s great grandfather Willie, the son of two convicts, had a very hard start in life."

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