The Launceston-based Chuck Wagon Chilli Co is tempting the taste buds of this year’s Agfest patrons
Quercus Park United Kennel Club easily convince patrons to cuddle French Bulldogs
Mother’s Day is just around the corner (May 13!). This year’s Agfest has stalls offering all kinds of treats to spoil mum on her special day.
University growing connections
The Greyhound Adoption Program of Tasmania is inviting people to come and see their laid-back and placid dogs.
Students (and their school's farm animals) have made the long journey from Nubeena to Carrick for Agfest.
Phil and Meryl Graham showcase their best range yet of custom metal artworks at Agfest.
Students from across the state awarded, enabling them to study at the University of Tasmania.
Zann Brown of the Big Knicker Company continues to fight the “granny undie” stereotypes with her fun, colourful, cheeky designs for plus sized women.
Students from rural Tasmanian schools learning the tricks of the trade.