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.
Nine new coastal pavilions at RACT’s Freycinet Lodge on the east coast are ready to receive their first guests from tomorrow (15 March 2018).read more
Spirit of Tasmania will introduce two additional day sailings on Tuesday 27 March and Sunday 29 April to meet increasing demand for travel on Bass Strait.read more
The RACT will provide a highly visible reminder to motorists to slow down to a maximum of 40 km/h in school zones when students return to school this week.read more
Safer roads for wildlife is the message behind an awareness campaign launched in Tasmania today.read more
Road infrastructure announcements for the Bridgewater Bridge and the Launceston and Tamar Valley Traffic Vision are both positive announcements for the future of road infrastructure investment in the State, the RACT says. CEO Harvey Lennon said the Launceston and...read more
TT-Line Company Pty Ltd and Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG sign Letter Of Intent for new Spirits
TT-Line Company Pty Ltd and European shipbuilder Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG (FSG) have signed a letter of intent for the construction of two new ships to replace the current Spirit of Tasmania vessels. TT-Line chairman Mike Grainger said the...read more
Level 2, 152 Macquarie Street
Hobart Tasmania 7000
(03) 6210 5200