Supporting Our Festival
Whether you’re freelance, full-time, contract or casual, if you’re working in Australia’s print, media, creative or digital sectors then
Media Super is for you.
Exclusive to the Freelance Festival: Whether you are a member of MediaSuper or not,
book a one-on-one appointment with Eric Black.
City of Launceston
The City of Launceston is focused upon community and service. The city welcomes all those living and visiting this beautiful region.
Cybermedia examines alternative employment pathways through online coursework for writers, journalists, and digital storytellers of all kinds.
Institute of Working Futures
Working Futures™ helps clients design a more human-centred approach to harnessing and developing each person’s true potential.
Freelancer or self-employed? Rounded makes accounting and invoicing straightforward with the tools you need to get organised and get paid.
Great rooms, amazingly comfortable beds, excellent food, brilliant location, and the friendliest staff in the world.
Delamere is a true Tasmanian Grower Producer. 100% Family owned and run, 100% grown, made and bottled at Pipers River Estate.
The Penny Royal has provided dinner and entertainment for the freelance festival and is a popular function space.
The Walkley Foundation
The Walkley Foundation’s mission is to benchmark the best in Australian journalism by engaging the media and public in valuing and supporting journalism.
Media and Entertainment Arts Alliance
Built on integrity and powered by creativity, MEAA is the largest and most established union and industry advocate for Australia’s creative professionals.
Adobe are at the forefront of design software. Through their education leader program Adobe provides education and training for creatives.