Twins have taken over the top roles for Rural Youth and Agfest.
Ethan and Jake Williams are taking on the role of Agfest chairman and Rural Youth state president respectively.
Ethan Williams said he always aspired to take on the role of chairman, and believed it was an excellent opportunity for personal development outside of Agfest and in his career.
"The event has always played an important part in my life," he said. "I look forward to the challenges the role presents and hope to build on the success of previous Agfests."
He said the key goal for the 2020 event would be to increase interstate visitors.
Media and promotions manager Dylan Bellchambers said Agfest was already well-loved by Tasmanians, and this year they hoped they could share that with the rest of Australia.
"We are really well positioned with Tasmania fast becoming, if not already, the tourist destination for Australians," he said.
"I feel there is much to be gained making the trip, engaging with our unique industries and exquisite produce and food on display at Agfest".
Outgoing 2018 and 2019 chairman, now security manager, Owen Woolley said he wanted to stay on the leadership team to be able to support the new chairman in his role, but also to support the younger members of the team moving forward.
"Main thing for me being on the team is to provide support, guide and pass down the knowledge and experience to the younger ones to help them develop in their roles and as leaders of the event," he said.
Jake Williams has been in the organisation since 2012.
"From when I first took on senior roles within Rural Youth State Council, I knew I would one day aspire to be state president," he said.
In the role, Mr Williams aimed to lead and mentor members in taking on bigger things within their lives.
"I would like to see them pursue their goals within life and make everything of it," he said.
Despite having only been a Rural Youth member since last year, Caitlin Radford is quickly moving up the ranks.
She was elected as Rural Youth Member to the leadership team for next year's event.
She said she was involved in Agfest this year as a volunteer in the equine arena and "it was just the best time ever".
"Rural Youth and agriculture is something I am super passionate about and I really would like to keep working my way up within the organisation," she said.
"This position is the perfect first opportunity to get my foot in the door and learn about what goes on behind the scenes especially Agfest and helping that to become a bigger event and recognised more nationally and internationally.
"I definitely see myself one day as Rural Youth state president and also Agfest chair one day. I feel I have a lot to offer this organisation and I am only 20 so I have plenty of time to learn about it and really give it my all and do the best I can."