The Tasmanian government has ruled out more public holidays but it is unclear if a review is still underway.
Premier Will Hodgman confirmed in February this year that the Department of Justice was conducting a review of public holidays in the state.
"There's inconsistency across our state that does cause some confusion for not only visitors but also business which also has concerns about those inconsistencies," Mr Hodgman said.
The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has renewed its call for a consolidation of regional public holidays after a union push for public holidays to be increased.
TCCI chief executive Michael Bailey said he was unsure of whether a review was underway but said it should be done.
"I have not heard of any more activity looking at consolidation of regional public holidays but there definitely should be," he said.
"We certainly call on the State to create a committee or taskforce of interested parties to undertake a review and community consultation of these holidays.
"We are not calling for a reduction of public holidays for Tasmanian workers. Rather the consolidation of local half day, show day, cup day holidays."
Mr Bailey said a consolidation of holidays would be "simpler and more sensible" for workers and business alike.
Asked about the review on Monday, a government spokesman said: "We have no plans to introduce new public holidays."
He did not provide an update on the review.
Unions Tasmania secretary Jessica Munday is concerned about what the government is planning.
"Clearly something's going on, why won't the government confirm whether the review is happening?" Ms Munday said.
"That is why workers are so distrustful of this government because they are not honest and upfront.
"They wanted to do away with certain holidays for public servants during bargaining and now they won't say what is happening with this review.
"The business lobby is clearly vocal on arguing for consolidating holidays."