2022 Great Eastern Wine Week
9-18 September 2022
Program bookings for the Great Eastern Wine Week are now open. The aim is to produce an exciting program that will interest visitors from within Tasmania and interstate, to come to the East Coast region and have a taste of our extraordinary wine and produce.
Get creative when planning your events and try partnering up with other businesses that will enhance the visitor experience, remembering that wine must feature in your event e.g. ‘Yoga in the Vines with Bubbles’. The success of the event will be the engagement of all the Wineries on the East Coast, along with our food and hospitality partners.
The digital program will be launched in April 2022, so albeit that this appears to be in the distant horizon, there is much to do to ensure we build on the excitement of this program.
Event Listing Costs (including GST)
- Single event – $110
- If your are holding the same event, with multiple sessions on the same day, 1st event – $110 and subsequent sessions – $55
Marketing and Promotion of your Event Listing
- Inclusion in digital program on the East Coast Wine Trail website and direct links from the East Coast Tasmania
- Promotion on the East Coast Wine Trail and East Coast Tasmania social media channels, including paid posts to promote individual events
- Promotion of the festival and individual events via East Coast Wine Trail and East Coast Tasmania’s consumer newsletters and websites
- Overall event promotion in print media, radio and digital campaign
- Overall event promotion in media releases and publicity
The program timeline as outlined below:
- 31 January 2022 – Program Bookings open
- 28 February 2022 – Program Bookings close
- 1 -31 March 2022 – Program proofing & design
- April 2022 – Public Program Release
To assist you with your event planning, read the below:
Terms and Conditions
Before completing your Event Application Form, please download and read the Terms and Conditions
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