Business Events Tasmania is excited to welcome several new members.  These new member businesses continue to enhance Tasmania’s appeal as a business events destination.

Above & Beyond Tasmanian Seaplanes

Above & Beyond operate scenic flights and charters from Kings Pier Marina, Franklin wharf, on Hobart’s iconic waterfront. The eight seat, (including pilot) de Havilland Beaver is an amphibious aircraft, which means they can land both on water or land – so anywhere is possible! read more

Elite Projex

Elite Projex delivers a vast range of event management services for an array of national and international corporate brands – with offices now in Melbourne and Hobart. Elite Projex creates an iconic experience for our clients and their guests. read more

Fat Pig Farm

Fat Pig Farm is home to Gourmet Farmer Matthew Evans and Sadie Chrestman. Together, we run our 70-acre family farm in the beautiful Huon Valley, south of Hobart, where we live and nurture food from the soil to turn into sumptuous meals for the farmhouse table. Along with our namesake Wessex Saddleback pigs, the farm is home to chooks, a beef herd, a pair of full cream cows, about one kilometre of market gardens and a restored orchard of heritage apples. read more

Jonathan Wherrett Photography

Jonathan has photographed events in Tasmania, around Australia and internationally for over a decade. Jonathan seeks to create compelling images, free from distractions which communicate the essence of the client’s business event in Tasmania. Friendly faces, incredible scenery and an atmosphere of excitement that is unique to an event in this state. read more

Launceston Conference Centre

Situated in the beautiful and historic city of Launceston, surrounded by fine dining experiences, wineries, and spectacular wilderness, our venue offers a truly unique experience. Clients enjoy state-of-the-art conference facilities amidst the character of an historic, industrial site, once Launceston’s iconic – Coats Patons’ woollen mill – now Door of Hope Christian Church. read more

palawa kipli

palawa means Tasmanian Aborigine and kipli means food in the Tasmanian Aboriginal language (palawa kani). At palawa kipli we provide delicious sustainable Aboriginal inspired food for corporate events and major food festivals such as the Taste of Tasmania and Dark MOFO. palawa kipli are also well equipped to offer tailored experiences for corporates including traditional Welcome to Country, speeches, welcome ceremonies, dancing, and cultural awareness activities. read more

Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures

Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures is a wholly Tasmanian owned company, founded by two local boating and fishing professionals, Shane Wilson and Nick Daft. Since opening in 2017, Shane and Nick have grown the company to offer three experiences in Southern Tasmania, premium seafood tours under the name ‘Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures’, charter tours and events aboard the Cuttlefish, and transport services.

The tours are operated on either the 12-seater premium catamaran, with upper and lower level viewing, or the 49-passenger luxury catamaran The Cuttlefish, with ample indoor luxury seating, upper viewing deck, fully equipped kitchen and outdoor decking space for optimal viewing. read more

Image – Above & Beyond Tasmanian Seaplanes