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INVITE: TasTalk...The Movie 2020

Register now for the Tourism Tasmania event

This year, Tourism Tasmania was unable to deliver their much sought after biennial TasTalk trade event in its standard face-to-face format. Still, they are bringing the TasTalk Trade event experience to you. Tourism Tasmania would like to invite you to the premiere of TasTalk...The Movie on Thursday, 23 July 2020 at 4 pm. 



TasTalk...The Movie is an opportunity for you to listen and connect with Tasmanian tourism operators over a live platform and hear personal insights into the great products they have to offer. Featuring the stars of our tourism industry, this is a movie like no other.


Hosted by Ange Boxall, a Tasmanian-born singer/songwriter and presenter, Ange will travel around Tasmania and meet operators to get the information you want to hear. 


A journey to Tasmania, a small island at the edge of the world, offers travellers a unique opportunity to reconnect with the things that matter the most. 


Being an island, the community is strong. People are down-to-earth and welcoming. They are resourceful, innovative and creative. One of the joys of travelling in Tasmania is meeting the maker, whether it is at the local markets, cellar doors or farm gates.


With an abundance of fresh produce and seafood, this is an island that celebrates paddock to fork and ocean to plate. And with four distinct seasons, there’s always something new to see, taste and feel. TasTalk...The Movie will speak to all of this and more. 


Find out about special places to stay, how to get around with ease and style, where to eat and drink, and the many adventures on offer. So get comfy, pour a glass of pinot, open some popcorn and settle in as TasTalk…The Movie takes you on a trip around our spectacular island. 


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Make sure you share your night with us through your social channels by using #TasTalk2020. 


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Published: 20 July 2020

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