To register for the Partner Program, please do so via the Registration Portal.

Partner Registration includes:
Sunday Welcome Reception at the Henry Jones Art Hotel IXL Atrium
Monday Opportunity to join the ITTC2024 Opening, followed by morning refreshments before departing for a ferry ride to the Museum of Old and New Art
Tuesday Day tour to Port Arthur Historic Site, departing 9.00am
Wednesday Site tour with delegates to Incat Tasmania Shipyard, including drive to the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington and a visit to the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
Thursday Free time during the day, before the Conference Banquet at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in the evening
Friday Free time morning and afternoon, with the opportunity to join delegates for lunch at the Hotel Grand Chancellor

Day Tour to the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)

Visit the famous Museum of Old and New Art!

Travel by ferry to MONA, for a truly unique gallery experience. Owned by entrepreneur David Walsh, MONA houses Australia’s largest private collection of art.

Date: Monday 23 September

Departure: Hotel Grand Chancellor

Day Tour to Port Arthur Historic Site

A day full of contrasts – compelling tales of the harsh lives of the convicts combined with breathtaking scenery of the Tasman Peninsula’s natural bushland, native wildlife and stunning coastline.

Just 90 minutes from nipaluna/Hobart, Port Arthur Historic Site, established in 1830, is a place of global significance and one of the 11 places that together form the UNESCO Australian Convict Sites World Heritage Property.

Date: Tuesday 24 September

Departure: Hotel Grand Chancellor

Here are some of Hobart’s top attractions for exploring in your free time.

Please note, a visit to Mount Wellington and to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is included in the Wednesday Technical Tour

Salamanca Market

The Salamanca Market is a street market held in Salamanca Place on Saturday morning’s until 3pm.

The Salamanca Market is one of Tasmania’s most visited tourist attractions and has won many awards for excellence.

You’ll find local produce, locally made products and plenty more locally sourced items! The market is definitely worth a look.

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Farm Gate Market

Known to locals as Farmy, The Farm Gate Market is open every Sunday from 8:30am to 1 pm. this bustling Hobart farmers’ market closes a block of an otherwise busy CBD street, drawing producers from across the state and locals doing their weekly shop. Stroll the street and tuck into breakfast or brunch in the Grub Hub, a street-food market tucked into a street-front courtyard.

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Tasmanian Museum and

Art Gallery

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is Tasmania’s leading natural and cultural heritage organisation. It is a combined museum, art gallery and herbarium which safeguards the physical evidence of Tasmania’s natural and cultural heritage, and the cultural identity of Tasmanians.

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The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is Australia’s cool climate garden, with a number of unique collections including Australia’s only Subantarctic Plant House. With a total of 14 hectares to explore.

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Hobart Walking Tour

Hobart Walking Tours is much, much more than someone pointing out some buildings and telling you about dates and timelines. When you take a walk you travel slowly. You absorb more, interact more, experience more. You stop and run your hands over the intricate stone work of our beautiful heritage listed buildings, crafted by skilled convict stonemasons. Walking brings you into the depth of the city, hidden away places and into the footsteps of those who made the history. Walking gets below the ‘tourism’ and welcomes you to the real Hobart.

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Red Decker

The Red Decker is the official sightseeing tour of Hobart featuring the city’s best sights and attractions. Use your 24-hour ticket to do the 90-minute city loop tour or hop-on hop-off at any of the 20 stops for the duration of your ticket.

Duration: 90 Minutes (approx.)

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The intact colonial-era town has more than 50 Georgian buildings, many meticulously restored and operating as cafes, restaurants, galleries and accommodation.

The Coal River flows downstream from Richmond, nourishing a string of fine wineries.

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Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Pennicott Wilderness Journeys provides two multi-award winning Tasmanian coastal cruise experiences – Bruny Island Cruises & Tasman Island Cruises.

Showcasing Tasmania’s southern coastal wilderness, passengers can view spectacular rock formations, intriguing caves, blowholes and sea-cliffs among the highest in the word.

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Sample Local Produce

With four distinct seasons, abundant sunshine and rainfall, rich soil and seas, and a culture of innovation, the island produces everything from wine to whisky, saffron to truffles, abalone to wasabi.

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