Who we are
Corporate Communications is Tasmania’s longest-established and most successful public and government relations, marketing and advertising consultancy, the only fully integrated consultancy in the state.
Founded nearly 40-years-ago, we provide the most effective communications advice and services to a wide range of enterprises, organisations and individuals both within Tasmania, interstate and overseas.
Connections that matter
Making connections is what we do. Making connections that matter is what we excel at. We connect people to ideas. We connect stories to audiences. We connect strategy to outcomes.
Relationships that matter
At every level we forge unparalled relationships with stakeholders that are critical to your success. We do this thoughtfully, strategically and ethically.
Our fully integrated communication services are delivered by highly skilled professionals committed to industry-leading levels of service and a great passion for outcomes.
They may be over 5000 kilometres from their nearest polling place in Tasmania, but Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) staff in Antarctica will still have their votes counted this federal election thanks to the AEC and the often extraordinary lengths it goes to in ensuring Australians can have a say on election day.read more
Researchers from the Blue Whale Study are travelling on Spirit of Tasmania day sailings to observe blue whales along the ships’ route during the peak of the blue whale feeding season.read more
With RACT patrols seeing firsthand the results of poor vehicle maintenance, the organisation is encouraging motorists to undertake some simple checks to ensure their vehicle is ready for the cold of Tasmania’s winter.read more
A sassy Tasmanian Devil called Juniper is the face of Spirit of Tasmania’s new Chatbot which was launched today. The Facebook Messenger campaign will engage and inspire new audiences to drive on board Spirit of Tasmania and enjoy road tripping through Tasmania.read more
Tasmanian motorists are being urged to support fuel retailers that are offering prices below $1.40 a litre, after weeks of continued high prices hitting hip pockets around the state.read more
Tasmanians can now feel safer in and around the water at Kingston Beach thanks to a grant from the RACT Community Fund.read more
Level 2, 152 Macquarie Street
Hobart Tasmania 7000
(03) 6210 5200