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Tourism Industry Council Tasmania
30 Burnett Street
The TICT is committed to ensuring bipartisanship continues as a key plank for tourism policy in Tasmania, and the organisation maintains its commitment to briefing all Members of State Parliament, including the Opposition, Greens and Members of the Legisl
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Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania chief Luke Martin said imposing taxes on working tourists would drive them to New Zealand.
"I think there'll be a lot of people in the youth tourism market who are really scratching their head over that one," he
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Tourism Industry Council Tasmania's Luke Martin said the survey showed people's perceptions of the island state were shifting.
"Traditionally, Tasmania has been seen as a wilderness destination and we're increasingly now being seen as a food and beverage destination, so what it means is that people define a visit to Tasmania as premium produce, great food experiences, great cider, great whisky," he
The survey showed Tasmania's tourism prospects remained steady, with 64 per cent of travelling Australians considering a trip to the state.
said Tasmania had a steady momentum overall.
The CEO of Tasmania's Tourism ...
The CEO of Tasmania's Tourism Industry Council, Luke Martin, said the awards showcased Tasmania's standing as a prime nature tourism destination.
"We have every reason to be very proud of the world class nature of our operation in particularly nature tourism and also our accommodation offerings," he
We have a vast range of ...
We have a vast range of speakers lined up including Bridgette Watts (24 Carrot Garden & Urban Farming Tasmania), Annette Read (Tasmanian Natural Garlic and Tomatoes), Luke Martin (Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania), Natasha Niewhof (Goaty Hill Wine), Dr Stephen Cahoon (Sense-T, University of Tasmania) and more!
Chief Executive Officer
Luke Martin was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Tourism Industry Council Tasmania in March 2011.
is responsible for reporting to the TICT Board of Directors, implementing the organisation's policy, and representing the industry to all sides of politics, the media and the broader Tasmanian community.
Luke grew up in the tourism and hospitality industries, working in his family's accommodation businesses in Hobart from a young age, as well as the Moorilla winery while attending University.
has returned to the Tourism industry with a diverse range of experiences across government, the corporate and community sector, including as an Adviser to former Tasmanian Premiers Jim Bacon and Paul Lennon, working for the Tasmanian community services industry's peak body, and as a corporate communications consultant.
Outside his day job, Luke sits on the boards of several community organisations.
is also kept busy by his
young daughter Ava and newborn baby boy, Alexander; and following the mixed fortunes of his
beloved St Kilda and Glenorchy Football Clubs.