A man who allegedly misappropriated more than $20,000 from not-for-profit organisation Launceston and Tamar Valley Tourism Association will face court in November.
Police alleged the accused swindled $23,000 from the association between July 26, 2016, and February 7, 2018.
The 31-year-old Whitemark man is facing more 150 fraud charges for allegedly making a large number of cash withdrawals from the Launceston and Tamar Valley Tourism Association's bank account.
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The alleged cash withdrawals range in amounts, with majority of transactions between $200 and $400.
He is also accused of depositing cheques from the Mustang Owners Club of Tasmania account into the association's account when there was insufficient funds to do so.
The man will appear on November 1 at the Whitemark Court in the Flinders Island council chambers.