There have been some great businesses built
in Tasmania,but unfortunately there is too much
reliance on directors in overseas board rooms.
Environmentally sustainable businesses ought
to be encouraged.
There should also be more flexible arrangements
by the business regulators in all levels of
government,Federal,State and Local.
It would seem that in Launceston at least the
Launceston City Council are quite happy with the
status quo as far as who is allowed to run a
business in the city,as they put nothing but hurdles
in front of new business operators and seem smug that
they follow the local government act to the letter,
there is no room for flexible and alternative
One business that has thrived in Tasmania and
especially Launceston is BANJOS BAKERY,
Mark Saxby opened the first of many bakeries
n 1984 at YORKTOWN SQUARE,Launceston.
Sadly that store has now closed and merged with
the other Brisbane Street Store as a store twice
The Store on "The Avenue' Brisbane Street is very
popular with it's outdoor dining and concertina
doors thrown open to the bustling street.
Alternative You is a small Launceston-based Aromatherapy and Magickal supply business,that regularly sells Indian Bracelets, Necklaces, Incense, Incense Holders, Wind Twirlers,Jewellery, Crystals, Plain Candles, Bubble
Bath, Incense Sticks, Statues, Candle Holders , Ritual Tools, Essential Oils and Herbs!
at Launceston's Esk Market,fortnightly
other weeks they maybe at Deloraine Market
or other markets in Northern Tasmanian
Location: Inveresk Railyards
Time : Market runs from 10 AM - 3 PM
The catalogue can be inspected online by clicking the bracelets.
|Check their catalogue
|Order online or at the market
An increasing number of companies interstate are sourcing Tasmanian Grapes for their sparkling wines.It is believed by winemakers that the Tasmanian fruit adds freshness and complexity to the wines.
to order Tasmanian Wines online click the link.
The Esk Market held at the Railyards at Inveresk,
Launceston every Sunday was developed initially by Interweave Arts Association a non profit organisation that is highly committed to cultural development in Northern Tasmania. This volunteer committee of 8 work out of space provided by Mayor of Launceston,Janie Dickenson at the Lyceum, Launceston.
Click the Esk Market logo to learn more about Interweave.
|at the Inveresk railyards