Every year, the TCF is supported by very generous sponsors. These sponsorships allow us to create a world-class display of arts and crafts for Tasmanians and visitors to enjoy. With the assistance of sponsorships, we are able to channel tens of thousands of dollars raised through the Fair to the local community, around the State and Australia and also overseas.

If you would like to sponsor the TCF in 2018, please contact John Dare on 0410 557 598.
 

We would like to thank our current sponsors for TCF 2018:

 

Brown Brothers Wines
Brown Brothers is one of Australia’s leading family-owned wine companies. We have been making wine in Victoria for 125 years and while we have tradition we are not the traditional wine company. We are steeped in our family heritage and we have a history of innovation that inspires our future direction.

With vineyards located in a diverse range of climatic regions in Victoria and Tasmania and a ‘kindergarten’ winery specifically designed for innovation, you can be sure there’s wine for you in the Brown Brothers family of wines.

At Tamar Ridge Cellar Door, just 15 minutes’ drive from Launceston, you can try our Tasmanian brands of Tamar Ridge, Devil’s Corner and Pirie

Phone: 03 6330 0300

Impress Print

Originally operating as North West Post Printing Services from Wenvoe Street in Devonport since 1887, the local newspaper was printed from our site. In 1906, Mr HJ Richmond bought the business and started printing the paper as a daily. A few ownership and name changes followed over the next century including The Coastal Printery, Richmond Print & Sons, Richmond Concepts & Print and finally Impress Print.

With over 100 years of experience in the printing industry – Impress Print have the experts all under one roof, making sure that you have 100% satisfaction every time.

Impress Print ‘think outside the box’ and have an innovative and dynamic team that possess that right mix of experience and creativity, and endeavour to find a practical and workable solution for all of your printing requirements.

Impress Print make sure that the consistency, quality and delivery of all products is met every time, thinking of themselves as an extension of your business.

Impress Print is a locally owned and operated business and has been for over 100 years offering an ‘all under one roof’ service with press and digital printing.

Phone: 03 6424 5900

Email: info@impressprint.com.au

Post:
10-12 Wenvoe Street, Devonport TAS 7310
iHealth Saunas

We specialise in Far Infrared Saunas, helping Mum's and Dad's regain their quality of life. Our clients typically come to us with three main problems. They're in chronic pain, they're overweight and they just don't feel the way they used to feel. Throughout their life they have always put their children's and their partners health first, they haven't spent time learning about health and they rely on the media for their health information which results in them being confused and not feeling in control of their health. The Sauna provides the foundation for our clients to turn their downward spiral of ill health into an upward spiral of good health. Once the sauna arrives, clients work with us in our 8 week LIVE program, where we teach them how to get the most out of their sauna through tailored sauna sessions built around their health goals. We also get them to incorporate a few simple steps they can take daily for accelerate their healing and good health. The end result? Our clients reduce their pain, lose weight and for the first time in 20,30 even 40 years, feel in control of their health. Would you like to learn more about an iHealth Sauna can benefit your life? Contact ihealthsaunas.com.au

Phone: 1800 455 089

Email: bruce.j@ihealthsaunas.com

Meander Valley Council

Meander Valley is a large and diverse area of Tasmania's northern region, which offers an assortment of enticing lifestyle opportunities. The varying landscape ranges from alpine mountain peaks to extensively forested areas, productive agricultural lands, historic towns and villages, and even an urban community of Launceston.

The Meander Valley skyline is dominated by the mountains of the Great Western Tiers and World Heritage Area, which form a dramatic backdrop to a rural landscape that in many areas is divided by traditional English hedges. Small townships and villages are found throughout the area. The seamless combination of mountains and rural landscapes, villages and townships gives Meander Valley it's unique look and feel; something that visitors recognise as distinctly Tasmanian.

Phone: 03 6393 5300

Email: mail@mvc.tas.gov.au

Step Forward Orthotics

These highly effective proprioceptive innersoles have been manufactured by Step Forward since 1974.

Step Forward Orthotics are the shape of a perfect foot. Your feet will gradually adapt and conform to this correct shape, thus enabling them to work more like nature intended. Step Forward Orthotics flex as you walk, much like walking barefoot on sand, grass, dirt, mud and gravel. You can expect relief from aches and pains caused by poor alignment.

Phone: 1800 000 566

Email: sales@stepforward.com.au

Weeding Hire
Weeding Hire has the highest quality hire equipment in Tasmania. From a small gathering to a gala dinner, every event is special to us.

Our vision is to see Weeding Hire as Tasmania's first choice people turn to whenever they need equipment for any sized event. We're not just a supplier, we're dedicated to providing quality hire equipment and partnering with our clients to achieve the best outcomes.

Phone: 03 6326 6577

Email: info@weedinghire.com.au

Rotary Club of Deloraine

We are an active voluntary service club, working to improve our community.

Rotary is a non-profit service organisation, so the proceeds from the Craft Fair are re-invested into our community. Over the years, we have helped to develop the Meander River banks to the beautiful attraction it is now, including building two pedestrian bridges. We have assisted to fund the Meander Valley Enterprise Centre and made significant donations to our local hospital and aged care facilities.

The Rotary Club helped start Giant Steps, a school for autistic children in Deloraine. In addition, we provide annual scholarships for both tertiary and trade students in our area. Each year, we run the Model United Nations Assembly for senior secondary students across the State, and a Learn-to-Swim campaign for local primary school children.

If you would like to know more about Rotary in Deloraine, come along to a weekly dinner meeting as our guest, and have be a chat to the members. Perhaps you are interested in helping us run the Tasmanian Craft Fair - we can always use more volunteers!

To find out more, please speak to our Club Secretary (Michael Horne) by:

Phone: 0418 778 615

Email: secretary.deloraine@rotary9830.org.au

Tasmanian Government
The Rotary Club of Deloraine, trading as the Tasmanian Craft Fair, is generously supported by the Tasmanian  Government through the Department of Premier and Cabinet.  The funds provide for an award to be made to the most outstanding exhibitor (The Premiers Award for Excellence) and also provide Master Classes in working with Hydro Wood..

Phone: 1300 13 55 13