Good Gumnuts Festival is supported by the Tasmanian Government
through Events Tasmania.
Events Tasmania is a key player in Tasmania's vibrant event landscape, focusing on promoting and supporting local events through strategic initiatives and funding programs. Their efforts enhance the cultural and economic vibrancy of Tasmania, making it a hub for unique and engaging events.
Discover Tasmania serves as the ultimate guide to the island's natural beauty and cultural experiences. From stunning landscapes like the Bay of Fires to the historic charm of Hobart, the platform offers insights into Tasmania's diverse attractions, emphasizing sustainable tourism and the preservation of its natural and cultural heritage.
Island State Brewing, established in 2022, provides an immersive beer drinking experience with great-tasting beers brewed on site. Sit amongst the stainless steel of the brewhouse and experience the sights, smells, and tastes of a working brewery.
The stylish interior offers a comfortable place for a quiet beer with friends or, if you prefer, step into the undercover, heated beer garden for a more cozy experience. They sport a 16 tap venue, with four of these taps pouring Island State’s own Devonporter, Ranga Red Ale, and Tropicana Hazy IPA. Island State Brewing fills a craft brewery-sized hole in Devonport, aiming to bring fresh, local beers to the community.
Island State Brewing has another location in Ulverstone, known as Island State Brewing The Pier. Here, you'll be treated to stunning views of the Dial Ranges and the Leven River from their large deck. The venue offers a modern take on a European Bier Hall, with a huge variety of freshly brewed beers and authentic Bavarian food alongside your favorite classics.
Central Coast Council
The Central Coast Council is situated on the picturesque North West Coast of Tasmania, Australia. Established in 1993, it covers a diverse region which includes notable towns like Penguin and Ulverstone and of course Heybridge, along with a portion of the globally recognized Cradle Mountain.
With a commitment to maintaining the area's natural beauty and enhancing the quality of life for its residents, the council oversees a wide range of local services.
The council is instrumental in fostering community growth through various socio-economic initiatives. They play a crucial role in implementing state and national government strategies on the local scale, tailored to the unique needs and aspirations of the Central Coast community.
The council is proud of its robust engagement with its constituents, ensuring that decisions made are in the best interests of the community, demonstrating a balanced focus between urban development and environmental conservation.
Secret Buddha Cafe
Secret Buddha knows what it’s like to get that intense craving for a great tasting coffee and great food. That’s why at Secret Buddha Café they believe that everyone deserves coffee and food that is both delicious and the top quality.
Secret Buddha carefully select our produce and support Tasmanian produce as much as possible. Secret Buddha CAfe in Burnie is known for the best Coffee in Burnie
Learn more about them and our service by stopping by to enjoy their Café first-hand.
Abe’s Audio is a leading audio production house renowned for exceptional service, creative excellence, and outstanding talent.
They provide audio production and voice overs to media, agency, eLearning, video production & creative clients around Australia and beyond.
With their head office/studios in Tasmania and voiceover talent around Australia (and the world), they have developed systems that enable them to deliver high-quality voice overs and audio production, wherever our clients are based.
With innovations such as directed voice sessions via Zoom and a database of over 23,000 individually recorded pronunciations, their clients rely on Abe's to deliver the audio they need, every time. It doesn't matter if the voice talent is in Perth, their client in Newcastle, and the producer is in Tasmania; Abe’s Audio provides a highly efficient service that their clients can always rely on.
Sea FM Burnie
Based in Burnie, Tasmania, 7BU and Sea FM, each offer unique content to its listeners.
7BU, broadcasting on 100.9FM, is known for Burnie's Best Mix. The station featuring a diverse lineup of shows including 'Breakfast with Leigh', 'Weekdays with Lee', 'Afternoons with Andrew', 'Jonesy & Amanda', '20/20 Retro Countdown', 'The Christian O’Connell Show', 'Saturday Sport with Martin Agatyn', and 'The Waterboys'. 7BU also engages with its listeners through various community initiatives.
Sea FM, broadcasting on 101.7FM, offers a different set of shows and activities. Their lineup includes 'Arie for Breakfast', 'Weekdays with Jess and Nathan', 'Afternoons with Kayden', 'Will & Woody for the Drive Home', 'Kyle & Jackie O Hour of Power', 'Hot 20', and 'Flashback Saturday Nights'. Sea FM also features 'Best of the Web' for trending news, and engages with their audience with things like the Sea FM Cruiser, Street Beat, job postings, and live broadcasts.
Both stations operate out of the same office, located in Burnie, and share the same mission of providing quality entertainment and information to their listeners in the region.
Red Hot Music
Located on Elizabeth Street in Launceston, Red Hot Music has swiftly established itself as a central hub for musicians in just a few months of its opening.
This shop is not just a place where one can find accessibly-priced guitars; it's a nexus for the live music scene in the city. The name 'Red Hot' might ring a bell for many, as it has been associated with numerous Tasmanian music events. The driving force behind this venture, Andrew, recently moved from Devonport to Launceston. His relocation wasn't just about opening a new shop; it was about bringing a wave of music events to Launceston, leveraging his strong ties and reputation within the Australian music scene.
Andrew's vision is clear: he wants to foster a community where everyone, from novices to experts, can come together, discuss music, and contribute to the city's live music growth. And if you visit, you might just meet Holly, the slightly shy black Labrador, who's always ready for some musical company.
Fragrant, fresh and full of vibrant fruit, the Ninth Island label perfectly captures the distinctive charm of the Tamar Valley wine region.
Ninth Island is named after a tiny island that sits alone in the Bass Strait, just offshore from where these wines are crafted; at Pipers Brook Vineyard where we’ve been creating expressive and elegant cool climate wine since 1974.
The island's windswept, pristine environment is the inspiration behind this modern range of wines that capture the wild flavours of Tasmania
Kindly is an Australian platform created by three friends with a mission to make a grassroots impact through acts of kindness. Matt and Mark, caught in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic while traveling in the United States, were inspired to start Kindly after realizing the disparity in access to resources.
They enlisted the support of their friend Nic, and Crisis Heroes, now known as Kindly, quickly gained traction, connecting people in lockdown across Australian cities.
As the user base grew to 10,000, the team prioritized mental health support by partnering with LivingWorks Australia, providing training to recognize signs of distress.
When floods devastated Queensland and New South Wales in 2022, Kindly focused their efforts on aiding the affected areas. The platform's rapid connectivity facilitated hundreds of acts of help and support, solidifying Kindly's commitment to creating positive change in communities through kindness.
ProMED Tasmania is a premier provider of professional medical solutions, offering comprehensive services in event medical support, first aid training, and first aid supplies. ProMED has carved a niche for itself in delivering high-quality, cost-effective solutions tailored to meet diverse needs
ProMED Tasmania's experienced management team, boasting over 20 years of experience, provides adapted medical and first aid solutions for a wide array of events, ranging from motocross, equestrian, motor sports and racing events to festivals, concerts, athletic events, and corporate functions, among others. Their staff, composed of qualified and experienced first aiders, medics, paramedics, and nurses, utilize industry-standard equipment for effective patient care, including cardiac monitors, medical response bags, oxygen, trauma and spinal immobilisation equipment, and medication. ProMED Tasmania also offers pop-up medical centres, marquees, treatment posts, and a range of response vehicles to cater to different event types.
Willie Smith's is a Tassie apple cider company with a story that spans four generations. Their cider has been a long time in the making, crafted by four generations of apple farmers who have tended to their orchard. Their farm is situated on 115 acres, located 30 minutes south of Hobart in the Huon Valley. This region was once a thriving apple-growing area that exported apples all over the globe, earning Tasmania the title of the 'Apple Isle'.
The Smith family is deeply familiar with orchards and apples. Their journey through the industry has seen them weather numerous crises. Their story is one of determination, spirit, and family above all else.
Willie Smith's prioritizes organic and sustainable practices. They choose organic because they believe that making things with more care and less artificial substances is better for both the consumer and nature
Crafted by a team of nature enthusiasts, Gravity Seltzer embodies the spirit of adventure and camaraderie.
Their seltzers, reminiscent of craft beer yet distinctively lighter, are brewed using Australia's fine natural ingredients. With a mantra of 'Rehydrate, refresh, reset', they offer an organic, low-calorie beverage perfect for any outdoor lover's respite.
Teaming up with various creatives and athletes, they aim to become a leading beverage brand in Australia, spreading the message of a balanced, enjoyable outdoor lifestyle