Not a cloud in the sky as a busy day starts with a sunny morning at Agfest 2019.
Tasmanians need to be more mindful when boating and to put safety first, says Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST).
A boat simulator is the latest training tool used by Tamar Sea Rescue Services, and representatives Matthew O’Neil and Mark Turmine are at Agfest this year to promote this cutting edge technology.
Moore’s Hill Vineyard’s Don Monk, shared the success of Tasmania’s only solar powered and energy efficient wine making facility with Bill Shorten, during the Opposition leader’s visit to the 2019 Agfest.
The 37th Agfest was officially opened today by Tasmania’s Governor Kate Warner.
A Science Technology Engineering Arts and Maths (STEAM) initiative called Bright Sparks by TasNetworks is encouraging the younger generation to think about the electricity that powers their homes.
Jacqui Lambie is back on the campaign trail, meeting and greeting the punters at this year’s Agfest
AgFest 2019 was off to a jumping start on Thursday with an impressive display of miniature ponies, showing off their horsemanship at the Equine Expo.
Agfest is delighted to announce that Rural Alive and Well (Inc.) is the Official Charity Partner for Agfest 2019.
For more information, please visit the Official Charity Partner page.