Three workshops were held in Tasmania on the Tomato-potato psyllid/Liberibacter/phytoplasma complex. One workshop was held in each of the North West, North East and Southern regions of Tasmania. The objectives of the workshop series was to: increase awareness of the risks associated with the tomato-potato psyllid to the Australian vegetable industries, particularly the Tasmanian potato industry; increase preparedness of industry, particularly tomato and potato, for possible incursion and establishment of the psyllid in Australia; expose Tasmanian growers, researchers, agronomists and contractors to NZ expertise and research to date; strengthen networks between industry stakeholders; and identify key issues for Tasmania.