Be a part
of the celebration, the fun and the friendly atmosphere of A Taste
of the Huon and showcase your products, produce or business at
one of the most popular regional events in Tasmania. The event
draws over 20,000 local, intrastate and interstate visitors through
its two day program.
In order to be considered
eligible for the festival stallholders must be able to demonstrate
that their produce and/or beverage and /or products are sourced
wholly or partly from the Huon Valley, D’entrecasteaux Channel
and Bruny Island regions of Tasmania. You will be asked to provide
evidence of this on your application form as well as during the
A Taste of
the Huon is an ideal platform to launch new products and ideas
and has often been the stepping stone for many businesses in an
idea evolving from its conceptual form to a viable business venture.
Over the last
20 years, the festival has seen enormous growth which runs parallel
with the growth in industries such as tourism, hospitality and
agriculture within the region. At present the region produces
food and wine that is of world class standards and the Festival
has become a showcase for not only Tasmanian quality, but Australian
quality. As such, strict standards and levels of professionalism
must be adhered to in order to maintain the level of quality we
require that is reflective of such stature.
2013 Registrations are now closed
All cheques to be made out to A Taste of the Huon Inc.
A Taste of the Huon Inc.
ANZ Bank BSB 017-531
Account Number 4848 21218
and Management of A Taste of the Huon Inc. couldn’t do it
without the support and generosity of our volunteers. Each year
the foundation of the festival is held up by over 100 volunteers
who help out with gates, clean team and parking.
As the festival is based
at Ranelagh for the foreseeable future, the Committee would like
to extend an invitation to all community groups (not-for profit
groups and clubs) within the Huon Valley, D’entrecasteaux
Channel and Bruny Island regions to submit an expression of interest
for the 2011 festival. No community group is too small or too
large in number to be involved.