A guide has been released to help the state’s tourism businesses provide the best experience for Chinese tourists. Avoid the number four, provide disposable slippers and write down key information — these are just some of the tips contained in a new guide for Tasmanian businesses hoping to give Chinese tourists a top experience. The guide, produced by the Tasmanian Hospitality Association and funded by the State Government, will be distributed to association members to help them cater for the…
Tasmanian Hospitality Association members now have access to simple and practical advice on how they can cash-in on increasing visitor numbers from China. The THA has published a practical guide to getting businesses China-ready; so that businesses can not only maximise their opportunities but provide high-quality visitor experiences at the same time. THA General Manager Steve Old said the guide, launched today by the Premier and Minister for Hospitality and Tourism, Will Hodgman, would hopefully become an invaluable tool when…
Office blocks may be converted to cater for expected Hobart visitor growth as hotel shortage becomes critical. To read the full article, please follow this LINK
Voting Now Open! Finalists in the inaugural Tasmanian Wine List of the Year competition have been selected and voting is now invited from members of the wine loving public. In 2014, Wine Tasmania and the Tasmanian Hospitality Association (THA) partnered on a new award to recognise Tasmanian businesses supporting the local wine sector as part of the THA’s annual Awards for Excellence...... To view the full media release click on the following Release - Tasmanian Wine List Award finalists 16Jul14 Further details on…
Tasmanian Hospitality Association Together provided a special school holiday experience for children who otherwise may miss out. THAT board member Phil Fuglsang said THAT had provided funding to send more than 100 kids and their carers to a school holiday movie in Hobart...... To read more follow the link [THAT] Movie Day (HBT)
The Tasmanian Hospitality Association welcomed the State Government’s funding commitment to the Festival of Voices. THA General Manager Steve Old said the $1 million deal would help secure the event over the next three years. “The Festival of Voices is exactly the kind of event that can help drive economic returns in Tasmania, particularly during the traditionally quieter winter season........ To read the full media statement follow the link FoV Funding Welcomed 04072014
THAT Chairpersons Dinner Fundraiser is being held on Tuesday 22nd July 2014 at Cooleys Hotel...... Please CLICK HERE for details on the event - we hope to see you there!
The unveiling of the third storyboard will take place at Cascade Visitors Centre - Tuesday 29th July 2014......... Please CLICK HERE for the details
The Government’s decision to continue funding the Survey of Tourist Accommodation was announced at a Friends of Tourism function in Canberra...... Please CLICK HERE to read the TAA’s media release.
Please find attached advice on the exciting change of release date and the rationale behind the change for the Pengold’s Luxury and Bin wines along with the planned customer and consumer investment to build engagement and sales on Penfolds Penfolds Release Date Letter Penfolds Key Support Initiatives