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National Farmers’ Federation guide for working on Australian farms

The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) wants to make sure that everyone who comes to work on Australian farms has a positive experience. So they have developed a guide for working [...] read more...

Native English speaking university graduate fails PR application

An Irish vet with degrees in history and politics has been unable to convince a machine she can speak English well enough to stay in Australia. Louise Kennedy is a [...] read more...

So what happens if (and when) we get too many tourists? Should we be planning now?

Chronic overcrowding in some of Europe’s beloved tourism hotspots is fuelling an angry backlash, from polite protest to “Go Home” graffiti and even physical intimidation. Across southern Europe, from the [...] read more...

Record numbers head to australia.com – what are they doing right?

The number of unique visitors to the Tourism Australia (TA) website is now at a record high after a new approach to attract audiences took them to new heights. Teaming [...] read more...

Great Barrier Reef operators – you can help

Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef (CoGBR) is a movement which aims to engage the world with the future of the Reef. CoGBR want to cause action both locally and [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: Survey says in-destination activities are most popular among Millennials

iSeatz, the travel technology company powering ancillary product booking and merchandising, recently commissioned research to determine current perceptions and preferences regarding the sale of ancillary goods and services by accommodation [...] read more...

Q&A Adam and Darryl of new youth inbound agent – welcometo.travel

G’day Adam and Darryl, The Byte: So you’re a couple of northern English lads who came to Australia on a gap year and stayed six more. During that time I [...] read more...

Migrant Workers’ Taskforce – finds evidence of possible “unconscionable conduct” amo...

Evidence of possible “unconscionable conduct” among hostels that act as conduits for farm work, a federal government MP has described that in some cases this constitutes “modern-day slavery”. Accounts of [...] read more...

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