More than 150 people attended a lunch to celebrate the state's women getting inducted onto the Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women 2019.
About 30 women were inducted.
Kim Roe, Sandra Speers and Kim Seagram were the North's inductees.
Ms Roe was the first Tasmanian to compete in the World Highland Dancing Championship finals, where she passed her teacher's exam and judge's test. This allowed her to become the first Tasmanian International Highland Dancing Adjudicator.
Ms Speers was inducted because of her continued dedication to the Tasmanian sporting scene. Since 1974, she has been an athlete, a coach, an official and a volunteer in both athletics and netball.
She received the Australian Sports Medal in 2000 and the Athletics Australia Gold Service Award for 30 years' service in 2008.
Launceston restaurateur and business woman, Ms Seagram was also inducted for her significant contribution to the wine and food industry in Tasmania.
Nominations for the roll were submitted by the public, Minister for Women Jacquie Petrusma said.
"These nominations were appreciated as many of the amazing women nominated are quiet achievers," she said.
Many of the amazing women nominated are quiet achievers.Jacquie Petrusma