Agfest is the place to start thinking about what's possible with Life Without Borders
The Tasmanian Government used Agfest to unveil $2 million in extra biosecurity funding to help the state's agriculture sector.
“The thing with Rural Youth people, you tell them that something’s impossible to do, they’ll stay up all night working out how to do it and getting it done. What they achieve here is just amazing.”
“Even if people walk past and just read our signs, the words stick with them”
The University of Tasmania and Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre are doing research into dementia knowledge in rural areas
"I've had quite a lot of people who usually get it done here every twelve months because they know we're here."
“One person who becomes an organ donor can help up to ten people”
“Kids can find out what it’s like to sail a boat without having to get wet”
Suitable for lambs, calves, kid goats and alpaca crias, these rugs have a great design for keeping warm
Do-it-yourself slime kits are a hit in the University of Tasmania exhibit