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Get to know Tassie like a local


Last year more than 1.3 million domestic and international visitors came to visit us. They came to breathe our clean, crisp air, explore our dense world heritage areas and sparse villages, our rolling sweeps of vineyards, our rugged terrain and our wild, wild west.  

 

 

We showed them a nice time. We filled their bellies with our world-renowned produce – our local seafood, fresh fruit and veggies and artisan cheese and chocolate. They wandered through our farmer’s markets, and we gave them paddock-to-plate experiences – they washed it down with our world-class award-winning gin and whisky, beer and cider from one of the many microbreweries and cider houses dotted around the state, and of course, our cool climate wine.

 

It’s not a secret anymore. Lots of people are coming to visit Tassie, our curious island on the edge of the world. But we’ve still got a few secrets up our sleeve.

 

So, if you would like to share some of what Tassie as to offer your clients, you should think about completing the Tassie Specialist program and getting to know Tassie like a local. You’ll gain in-depth knowledge to turn your client’s curiosity into bookings.

 

If you’re a domestic travel seller or inbound tourism operator, you can start the program today. It’s easy. In five online modules, our program covers the basics; you’ll learn about the best of Tassie, we’ll take you off the beaten track to show you only places locals know. You’ll also learn about a range of options for your special interest clients and all about our cultural attractions and calendar of festivals and events.

 

There’re also lots of perks to being a Tassie specialist. You’ll receive: 

• A welcome pack

• Regular newsletters jammed with news products and experiences

• Access to our trade events, marketing tools and resources

• You’ll also be in the running for our regular giveaways and promotions. 

 

Head to Tassietrade.com.au to become a specialist today.

 


Written by: Sponsored: Tourism Tasmania
Published: 16 June 2019


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