7 Sep 2019
The Tin Dragon Renewable Energy Field Day is Tasmania’s first alternate energy event to showcase how micro-hydro power, solar PV and battery storage can be economic choices for home and small business.
Experience how sustainable power is used to serve up a fabulous long-table dinner of regional North East Tasmanian produce.
Whether you are looking for a solar PV solution for your home or an integrated system to power a business, our experts will be able to answer your questions. On site will be Tasmanian experts in microhydro power (Paul Coull, Island Renewables) and solar PV (Martin Dingemanse, Mode Electrical). By touring Tin Dragon Cottages you will see the benefits of sustainable renewable energy.
Did you know some of the worlds best seafood is harvested from clear waters surrounding North East Tasmania? Furthermore the deep red soils produce clean fresh vegetables and fruits, and the country’s finest grass-fed and organic beef, pork and lamb – native foods too!
In the evening Mark Cornish chef from Trailhead Food, Doug Cox from Swinging Gate Vineyard and Michael and Gail Rockcliff from Tulendeena Farmgate will lead you through a unique menu of local produce. This will truly be a paddock to plate experience!
Australian Tourism Accreditation Broadband Internet Access Carpark Conference/Convention Facilities Disabled access available Non Smoking Public Toilet
attending the field day with lunch only is $100 per person and the complete package for a couple (two nights accommodation, all meals, field day and long-table dinner) is $750;
or for a single person the complete package is $600.
Details are on our web page.
7 Sep 2019
Once Only Event
Tin Dragon Trail Cottages
3 Coxs Lane, Branxholm, 7261