Division of the Provost

Harmony Day Celebrations

Harmony Day Celebrations

Harmony Day celebrations aim to bring northern Tasmania's diverse range of communities together to celebrate and learn more about cultural, economic and social diversity in the local community. As in previous years, the University of Tasmania and TUU are planning a student and family friendly evening of food, entertainment, and fun activities for kids. The following weekend will consist of a community soccer tournament that is open to everyone. 

Friday 20th March:

  • Riawunna Open House and flag raising – 3pm
    • (All staff, students, and community members are welcome for an afternoon tea)
  • Australian Citizenship Ceremony in the NEW Gallery – 4:30pm
  • Evening food and cultural performances – 5:30pm
    • Grassed area outside the Library and Sir Raymond Ferral Centre

Saturday the 21st and Sunday the 22nd March:

  • Harmony Day Community Soccer Tournament
    • 8 community teams and 2 UTAS teams will play in the weekend-long tournament. Winning and runner-up teams will receive a medallion.
    • All welcome to spectate.

For directions on where the Harmony Day activities will take place please download the following Newnham Campus Map (PDF 984KB)

Harmony Day Working Group

Harmony Day working group is made up of a passionate group of individuals, supported by their organisations, whose

External Community partners UTAS Internal partners
Launceston City Council Tasmanian University Union
Examiner Newspaper Launceston Engagement & Development Office
Southern Cross Television Student Centre
Migrant Resource Centre English Language Centre
Launceston Chamber of Commerce Australian Maritime College Student Association
Housing Tasmania Community Friends & Networks Program
Tasmania Police Global Education Team
CityProm Accommodation Services
Walker Designs Student Recruitment & Marketing
Department of Immigration & Citizenship Riawunna
Launi All Stars Soccer Team  
Active Launceston Australian Maritime College
Polytechnic Commercial Services & Development
ABC Northern Tasmania  
Northern Suburbs Community Centres  
Compass Group