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Devonport City Strikers
The Devonport City Football Club, or the “Strikers” are a soccer club which is based in Devonport, Tasmania. It currently competes in the National Premier Leagues Tasmania. The club currently plays at Valley Road Ground which normally seats 1250, but it has gone as high as 3,168 in FFA Cup games. The club also fields teams in all junior divisions, as well as women’s teams.
Cranes Combined Carrick Speedway
Cranes Combined Carrick Speedway has a long and prestigious history starting way back in 1967. From humble beginnings Carrick Speedway has grown into a well-respected track throughout Australia. The track is jointly owned and managed by the Carrick Speedway Drivers Association and The Tasmanian Formula 500 Speedcar Club. It is 100% run by volunteers; the only speedway track in Tasmania to do so.
North Launceston Football Club
The North Launceston Football Club, nicknamed The Bombers, is an Australian rules football club based in Launceston. The Bombers field junior NTJFA, Tasmanian State League (TSL) and Tasmanian State League Women’s sides. The Bombers won back to back to back premierships in the TSL in 2017, 2018 and 2019 and continue to be a dominating force in the league.
The Launceston Tornadoes, a Women’s Basketball Club, was formed in 1993 and first played in the SEABL competition in 1994. It was formed to provide an opportunity for local female basketball players to play in an elite league and to achieve their full potential.
The Northern Tasmanian Junior Soccer Association Inc. (NTJSA) was formed in 1986 to administer junior soccer for boys and girls aged 6 to 16 in Northern Tasmania.
The NTJSA also conducts clinics in schools to encourage other children to participate in the sport.
Cycling Tasmania, CT, is the peak governing body for both organised competitive, and recreational, cycling within Tasmania, Australia. CT is an affiliate of Cycling Australia (CA) and the UCI (International Cycling Union) and currently has 19 affiliated clubs and over 1000 members throughout Tasmania.
Buckby Saints Basketball Club
Buckby Saints Basketball Club was established in 1982 and caters for players from U10 through to U18. Buckby Saints is an inclusive basketball club that promotes a culture where a child’s enjoyment of the sport is paramount and the development of both sporting and life skills are highly valued. Buckby Saints is a member of the Launceston Basketball Association and in the 2018 season had 27 junior teams and 2 senior teams participating in this competition.
Launceston City Football Club
Launceston City Football Club is an Australian soccer club based in Launceston, Tasmania. The club was founded in 1956 and currently participating in the Tasmanian NPL Tasmania since 2013, run by the governing body Football Federation Tasmania. The club has over 700 registered players across senior, junior, women and social leagues.
Tamar Yacht Club – Pacer Junior Development
Junior Sailing Program
Junior sailing consists of both sail training and racing, with the goal being a safe sailing and an enjoyable experience.
Programs are conducted by experienced and qualified instructors and coaches, operating under the safety supervision of the club rescue boat fleet.
Subaru Rally Tasmania is a brand new rally event to bring Tasmania back onto the CAMS ARC calendar. Tasmania last hosted the CAMS ARC in 2009/2010 on the all-asphalt Rally Tasmania in the North West, and the last CAMS ARC gravel event, the Subaru Safari Tasmania, was previously hosted in the Huon Valley in 2006.
Festivale is an iconic and award-winning Tasmanian event, drawing people together statewide, nationally and internationally; to enjoy the best food, wine, produce, beer and cider Tasmania has to offer. This event is held annually in February. In excess of 30,000 people flock to Festivale to enjoy the offerings of over 70 stall-holders.
City of Launceston Lions Club Christmas Parade
The Christmas Parade is a long-standing city event encouraging family participation and celebration.
Symmons Plains Raceway
Symmons Plains Raceway is a motor racing circuit in Australia, located about 30 kilometres south of Launceston, Tasmania. Since the closure of the Longford circuit in the 1960s it has been Tasmania's premier motor racing facility. The circuit is one of the longest-serving circuits of the combined history of the Australian Touring Car Championship and the V8 Supercar Championship Series.
Bridport Bowls Club
In March 1965 Bridport established its first Bowls Club, the Ex-Services Women’s Bowling Club. Five years later a Men’s Bowling Club was formed with the first meeting being held on 18th September 1970.
It wasn’t until 2008 that these two separate clubs unified and amended the constitution to form the Bridport Bowls Club Inc.
Bicheno Golf Club
In 1960 Brian Winspear sought land to establish a golf club at Bicheno.
The club is located on the sunny east coast of Tasmania about 5km north of the town of Bicheno.
The course currently consists of 9 holes and both the course and greens are fully irrigated to provide excellent playing conditions all year round.
Trevallyn Bowls Club
Situated within the pristine suburb of Trevallyn, the Club has three superb playing Greens which are open to our members and visiting bowlers. We are open 6 days per week throughout the year.
George Town Community Bowls Club
The bowls club is in a wonderful location with club members ranging from 13 to 94 years young. They also have croquet every Wednesday!
Great for corporate barefoot bowls, school competitions and fantastic social fun for kids of all ages.
Greens Beach Golf Club
The Greens Beach Golf Club was established in 1950 and is ranked as one of the most challenging courses in the state, offering a great mix of traditional, resort and links-style holes. More than just a golf club, it is the heart of the Greens Beach community.
Launceston Golf Club Veterans Day
Launceston Golf Club is one of Tasmania’s premier golf clubs and home to the oldest 18 hole golf course in the state. Buckby Motors has been an ongoing sponsor of the annual Veterans Day held at the Club.
Launceston Kart Enduro
The Launceston Kart Club is one of only a small number of kart clubs throughout Australia who wholly own their own complex. Located 20 kms from Launceston, this club is very popular with people of all ages. Buckby Motors sponsors the 4 Hour Enduro of Stars.