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Antarctic Tasmania is a State Government agency dedicated to supporting the businesses and organisations that make up the Antarctic sector in Tasmania.


Information about initiatives that support the community and help businesses take part in the Tasmanian digital economy including information and communications technology.

Science and

Tasmania is home to a vibrant and diverse science and research sector with world-recognised expertise in a number of areas.

Strategy and

Innovation is a key component in the department's Economic Development Plan.  Improved productivitiy and innovation in our traditional industries will ensure a more diverse and robust economy focusing on high-value added market segments.

Welcome to Innovation, Science and Technology

Latest news

The closing date for the Tasmanian Government Innovation and Investment Fund has been extended until 5:00pm Friday, March 1 2013. TGIIF provides one-off grants of up to $250 000 to assist eligible Tasmanian business owners to invest in innovative projects.

The new online Invest Tasmania Map has been launched showing almost $12.6 billion of investment activity that is either under consideration, planned, or underway in Tasmania.  The map allows users to view project sites with satellite imagery and provides brief information on those projects.


The Minister for Innovation, Science and Technology, David O’Byrne MP, released Reaching our potential: developing Tasmania’s science research capability on 14 December 2012.  Read more about the Tasmanian Government’s plan to develop the science research sector.

Tasmanian Access Report

In February 2012, the Minister for Tourism, Scott Bacon, established the Access Working Group to provide information and advice to Government on sustainable growth for services in and out of Tasmania.
The Tasmanian Access Report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the current level of air and sea services...

Economic Development Plan


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