03 July 2023
TasPorts recently renewed its partnership with the City of Hobart to host the Matilda at Constitution Dock alongside May Queen and Westward.
Read more »
15 June 2023
Narryna awarded funding through the TasPorts Community Grant Program to publish the 1834–52 journals of Captain Andrew Haig.
22 May 2023
The Street Performance Program at the Port of Hobart will now receive permanent inclusion in TasPorts’ Community Engagement portfolio.
02 May 2023
TasPorts is a strong supporter of local sailing – and yachting clubs – in Tasmania. Through its Community Grant Program, it has provided funding to three local yacht clubs to help upgrade safety equipment and improve facilities.
26 April 2023
Three volunteer marine rescue organisations have received TasPorts’ grants to upgrade critical safety gear.
11 April 2023
More Tasmanians living with a disability will get to experience the joy of sailing after TasPorts extended its partnership with not-for-profit organisation, Sailability Tasmania.
27 March 2023
TasPorts donates the 1904 edition of Philip's Mercantile Marine Atlas of the World to the Maritime Museum of Tasmania.
06 March 2023
TasPorts returns the original bell from the ML Egeria, which had been gifted to the Hobart Ports Authority in 1997, to the Motor Yacht Club of Tasmania.
01 February 2023
Applications for the TasPorts Community Grant Program are now open!
31 January 2023
The TasPorts’ Community Grant Program recently supported projects in the Tamar Valley region.
11 January 2023
TasPorts is continuing its partnership with the Hobart Twilight Market at Brooke Street Pier Forecourt for another year.
24 November 2022
TasPorts is proud to support communities surrounding our port operations and across Tasmania. Here are some of the projects that have been completed in the past three months.