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Welcome to Noosa – One year on

Nearly 200 members of the Noosa tourism industry celebrated proudly last week, with the ‘Welcome to Noosa – one year on’ industry event held at Noosa Boathouse. The event celebrated the [...] read more...

Vivid Sydney smashing visitor records

Sydney’s psychedelic festival of light, sound and idea’s ‘Vivid Sydney’ is breaking all previous records with more than 270,000 visitors welcomed during its first weekend, Deputy Premier and Minister for Tourism [...] read more...

June 3rd, 2014 No Comments

Export development grant increased

Good news from the budget for small business owners in the tourism market.  The Federal Government has increased the Export Market Development Grant (EMDG) by $50m over four years. Businesses [...] read more...

Jen Woodbridge resigns from ATEC

It is with a heavy heart that we inform you that one of our sectors best loved and hardest working people is ‘moving on’. Jennifer Woodbridge, Manager – Industry Education & Sector Development [...] read more...

May 28th, 2014 Comment (3)

Guest post: Tribal trouble

Dear Editor, I don’t have all the answers but I do know people are suffering and that our industry is being damaged when a travel agent can shut down one [...] read more...

The changing face of backpackers

AUSTRALIA’S youth travel industry will have to do more to cater to tech savvy young people, attendees at the recent National YHA Managers Conference in Adelaide heard. YHA SA director [...] read more...

Loka Launch

A NEW travel company offering authentic, local adventures and flexible transport options is set to launch in Australia later this year. Kiwi Experience and Oz Experience founder Neil Geddes and [...] read more...

Working holiday visa price hike

WARNINGS from the youth travel industry about the increase in the cost of working holiday maker visas to Australia appear to have been warranted, with a sharp fall in the [...] read more...

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