26 January 2015




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Andrew Hughes

Adventure teacher

Adventure teacher Andrew Hughes has combined his two great passions: inspiring students from diverse backgrounds, and building awareness of the importance of our natural world. Seven years ago, Andrew developed the innovative teaching program Expedition...

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Dr Christina Henri

Tasmania’s 2014 Senior Australian of the Year and Honorary Artist in Residence, Cascades Female Factory Historic Site

Dr Christina Henri’s passion for the female convict story has connected communities throughout Australia and across the globe. Christina obtained her Diploma in Fine Arts (Honours), Master of Fine Arts and PhD in Visual and Performing Arts at the University...

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Major Glenn Todhunter

Pilot – Australia’s first and only disabled military and RFDS aviator

On September 22 1995, Major Glenn Todhunter found himself trapped in the wreckage of his aircraft after it had crashed heavily from 200ft during a training flight.  He almost died. After several days in intensive care on life support, his journey back...

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Rebecca Cuthill

International Humanitarian Law Advocate and Save the Devil Fundraiser

Rebecca was born and raised in Launceston and attended Scotch Oakburn College and UTAS. After completing her degree she moved to Canberra where she did a post graduate degree in Communications After a graduate traineeship with SBS TV and a short stint...

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Rachael Treasure


Rachael Treasure writes because she wants to inspire everyone about the sacredness of good food production and land care. Rachael lives in southern rural Tasmania with her two young children and an extended family of kelpies, chooks, horses, cattle and...

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Michael Veitch

Actor, author, TV and radio presenter

Actor, broadcaster and author Michael Veitch began his career writing and performing with the 1980s, Melbourne University-based ABC sketch comedy series, D-Generation, and then the long-running Fast Forward which ran for five years on the Seven Network.  Coming...

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Sally Wise


Sally Wise is the bestselling author of ten cook books, including A Year in a Bottle and Slow Cooker. She is a regular guest on ABC Local Radio in Tasmania for a Jams and Preserves talkback segment. She has been a presenter at events such as the Melbourne...

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Fiona McIntosh


Fiona is the author of 28 novels across historical saga, adult fantasy, crime thriller and children’s fantasy genres. Her books are published worldwide in a host of languages. Fiona came to Australia in 1980 with dreams of roaming the world. She joined...

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Amali Ward


After making the top 12 of Australian Idol at age16, Tasmanian raised Amali has had a successful career as a soul artist. She released a self-produced EP when she was just 17. Now Sydney based, Amali has since played the Bluesfest and Southern Roots festivals,...

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Posie Graeme-Evans

Writer and producer

Posie Graeme-Evans has had a long and sucessful career in both television and writing. She spent 30 years in TV as a director, series creator and producer. She was Director of Drama for the Nine Network for three years between 2002 and 2005. In 2002,...

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