TasTalk, supported by Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC), is a biennial event held in Tasmania that includes a trade conference and state-wide famil program.

The event combines Tourism Tasmania’s previous trade events; its Tassie Specialist Conference for those selling domestic travel and have completed Tourism Tasmania's online specialist program, and Tasbound, held with the support of ATEC and attended by ATEC member buyers.

TasTalk...The Movie

Due to current travel and gathering restrictions, the 2020 event was unable to take place. Tourism Tasmania understands the importance of Tassie Specialists and ATEC Member Buyers connecting with Tasmanian tourism operators and has launched TasTalk…The Movie.

If you are interested in watching the movie, please visit the YouTube page for this event.

A movie program is also available for download so you can follow along and don't miss any of the tourism operators' details.

TasTalk The Movie - Program [PDF 4.2MB]


TasTalk provides an opportunity for the local tourism industry to meet with Tassie Specialists and ATEC member buyers in a series of appointments to provide further knowledge of Tasmania and introduce attendees to a range of Tasmanian product and experiences. The event includes a pre and post famil program for Tassie Specialists and ATEC member buyers to highlight Tasmania's experiences and regions. The event also provides the local Tasmanian tourism industry and attendees the opportunity to develop new relationships and strengthen existing ones.


Tourism Tasmania held its inaugural TasTalk in 2018. The program included two full-day trade workshops with Tourism Tasmania and ATEC hosting 40 ATEC member buyers on the first day and Tourism Tasmania hosting 64 Tassie Specialists on the second day. This enabled the Tasmanian tourism industry to meet with both groups over two consecutive days. Both groups came together for a welcome function and gala dinner and were given the opportunity to participate in a pre or post famil.

More information

For more information email trade@tourism.tas.gov.au

Updated 31 July 2020