Latest News from the Tasmanian Liberals
Jeremy Rockliff, Deputy Premier and Minister for Primary Industries and Water
Tasmanian Liberal Senate Team
Boosting jobs in regional Tasmania is the number one priority for a re-elected majority Liberal Government and the Federal Liberal Government.
The close partnership between the Federal and State Liberal Governments has seen a record level of infrastructure investment in Tasmania over the last four years and it is vital that the partnership continue to ensure Tasmania is taken to the next level.
Will Hodgman, Premier and Minister for Tourism, Hospitality and Events
The Great Eastern Drive, created and delivered by a majority Liberal Government has been an unqualified success.
Taking its place as one of Australia’s iconic road trips, the Great Eastern Drive has seen an additional 20 per cent increase in visitors to Tasmania’s East Coast since its development.
Sarah Courtney, Liberal Member for Bass
Rene Hidding, Minister for Infrastructure
A re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government will facilitate a "rail weekend" every year that will open the state up to new and exciting tourism developments.
The operational rail lines will be available for pre-qualified tourist and heritage operations to gain access to the main train network at locations across the State.
Elise Archer, Minister for the Arts
The Hodgman Liberal Government has been a strong supporter of Tasmania’s cultural and creative industries and if re-elected, we will invest significantly across the sector to support its further growth.
A re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government will:
* Create a new, $2 million Screen Innovation Fund to support strategically important screen projects, including up to 25 per cent for the development of promising new projects for the future;
Will Hodgman, Premier
There is no greater supporter of Tasmanian business and industry than the Tasmanian Liberals.
The 2017 Sensis Business Index declared the Tasmanian Liberal Government “Australia’s most popular government” in strongly supporting local businesses.
We understand the importance of the private sector in driving economic growth and creating jobs, and that it's the Government’s job to provide the right environment for business to invest, grow and create more jobs.
Adam Brooks, Liberal Member for Braddon
The Hodgman majority Liberal Government is delivering in full on our comprehensive response to the Legislative Council Inquiry into Wild Fallow Deer that we tabled in November 2017.
Now, a re-elected Hodgman majority Liberal Government will take our approach to managing deer, game and browsing animals in Tasmania to the next level.