Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards

The Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards acknowledges and is grateful for the support of our partners:


Media Partners:                                                                                        

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Prize Partner:    

                    Bentleys is a visionary, agile advisory, accounting and audit business, delivering strategic, practical and transformative outcomes for our clients and our community. Our services include:
- business advisory
- audit and assurance
- accounting and taxation
- internal audit
We help you get to where you want to be.

People's Choice Award Partner:



Category Partners: 

    We have your best interests ar heart.

Whether you’re focused on your super today or tomorrow, we’ve got your back, that’s the advantage of being 100% independent, we are completely unbiased. In fact, you are such a priority profits are returned to members, just like you. At Prime Super, we’re proud to be different and we’re proud to build relationships with members just like you.

We work to achieve the best possible retirement for you by wisely investing the $6.2 billion our 125,000 members, trust us to manage.

Prime Super, putting the heart into super.

    We have been ongoing supporters of the Community Achievement Awards, recognising those who not only are successful in their chosen field but take time to help others out. We love supporting this award, helping give recognition to those that do such amazing work in our communities  
    The Motor Accidents Insurance Board (MAIB) administers Tasmania's motor accident personal injury scheme. The scheme provides medical and income benefits on a no fault basis to people injured in motor accidents. The MAIB aims to maximise the quality of our client's everyday life and actively supports road safety.
      The Department of Communities Tasmania is committed to creating strong, active and inclusive communities. Communities, Sport and Recreation’s purpose is to help Tasmanians to participate and achieve in community life, sport and recreation. We work to develop and support a safe, fair and inclusive sport and recreation sector and increase participation in sport, recreation and physical activity.


      Fonterra operates six manufacturing sites across Victoria and Tasmania and employs around 1,650 people. Fonterra Australia collects around 20 per cent of Australia’s milk annually from around 1,000 farmer suppliers. This milk is made into the many Fonterra dairy foods that generations of Australians have grown up with and love.  
    It gives Tasprint (previously Ricoh Hobart) great pleasure to once again support the Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards and in particular the Community Group of the Year Award.
Tasprint wholeheartedly acknowledges the dedicated and passionate individuals and groups who give so much of their time, care and consideration to the Tasmanian Community.


    The EPA’s vision is for a clean, healthy and sustainable environment. Our purpose is to protect and enhance the quality of the Tasmanian environment, balancing current and future values. Our activities focus on the assessment and regulation of large industrial developments, and the monitoring, analysis and reporting of environmental performance.  


Venue Partner:



                              When you’re staying in Hobart the only place to be is on the waterfront at the Hotel Grand Chancellor. Conveniently located, it’s just a short walk to popular attractions such as Salamanca Place, The Markets, Battery Point and MONA Ferry.
For meetings and special events, the hotel offers a range of meeting rooms from intimate boardrooms and meeting spaces right up to major convention facilities for 1,100 people.