Fundraising with the Entertainment Book

May 22, 2019

Purchase your new 2019 | 2020 Membership TODAY, and support the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania! Offers start on the 1st of June.

The Entertainment Book


BIAT is fundraising with the Entertainment Book again this year.

Choose between the Entertainment 'Book' or the Entertainment Digital Membership.

Decide which region you would like to purchase - including two Tasmanian editions - North/North West and South.


You can browse the 2019-2020 offers here:

Hobart and Surrounds 2019-2020

Launceston, North West Tasmania and Surrounds 2019-2020

The Entertainment Book, and the Entertainment Digital Membership, are your guide to the most popular restaurants, attractions, shopping, travel and more.

  • Discover over $20,000 worth of valuable up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers
  • Exclusive Member rates at over thousands of hotels and resorts around the world
  • Member-only priced cinema tickets, theme park tickets, flights, gift cards and more
  • Access to valuable rental car offers you can book online with ease
  • Easy online search, mapping and reviews of participating businesses

Buy it as a gift or keep it for yourself!

Your purchase of an Entertainment Membership contributes to Brain Injury Association of Tasmania. Help us achieve our goal by sharing this link with your friends and family.

Purchase here.

Thanks for your support!

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