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Advice, information and market intelligence to support Tasmanian farmers selecting, entering and developing interstate and international markets.

Find the Tasmanian contacts for Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and Austrade


Information on freight options and the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme.
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Austrade provides advice, market intelligence and support to Australian companies to reduce the time, cost and risk involved in selecting, entering and developing international markets.

Austrade (Tasmanian Office)

Contact details for the Tasmanian Office of Austrade.

Australian Horticultural Exporters' Association

The Australian Horticultural Exporters’ Association Inc. (AHEA), is the National Peak Industry Body of Exporters, committed to the development of the export of Australian Horticultural products, namely fresh fruit and vegetables, edible nuts, cut flowers, native flowers, foliage and nursery produce.

Brand Tasmania

Brand Tasmania aims to heighten the profile, quality and value of Tasmanian products and services in the marketplace and to encourage a broad-based ownership of the Tasmanian brands by Tasmanian enterprises and the community.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) - Tasmanian Office

Contact details for the Tasmanian Office of DFAT.

Dept of Agriculture and Food (WA)

DAFWA drives the economic development of the agriculture and food sector in Western Australia, with a focus on export-led growth.

Tasmanian Export Awards

The Export Awards provide tangible rewards and recognition for the endeavour, tenacity and entrepreneurial spirit of Tasmania’s growing number of exporters.

Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme

Provides assistance to shippers of eligible goods, transported by sea between Tasmania and the Australian mainland, with the aim of reducing the freight cost disadvantage imposed by Bass Strait.