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Who is responsible for the safety of travellers? Govt/themselves/industry. All 3?

The mother of British traveller Mia Ayliffe-Chung (who was fatally stabbed in Queensland), says the Australian Government must do more to protect young travellers in regional areas. Rosie Ayliffe made [...] read more...

Bingo Fundraiser and Adventure Travel Auction in Support of Life Project Cambodia

Bingo Fundraiser $20 entry, $5 raffle, Free drink on arrival Win a trip to Cambodia Charity auction + Prizes   From 6pm, Tuesday 28th March in Side Bar. Supported by [...] read more...

Government’s new Working Holiday Maker Package – 12 months in 1 workplace

Previously a working holiday maker was allowed to work for one employer for up to six months. The 2016 changes have extended this to up to twelve months, subject to [...] read more...

International student no’s surge ahead of possible Trump-inspired influx

International education is Australia’s third largest export after iron ore and coal and it has positive flow-on effects for the retail, hospitality and tourism industries. The number of international students [...] read more...

Fred Allsopp & Andrew Bunting are excited to announce the launch of “Allsopp Bunting Ins...

Having worked together successfully for over ten years we wanted to continue to build a business that focused on trusted advice and personal relationship with our valued Clients. We departed [...] read more...

WHMs – the numbers & Global Youth Working Holiday Maker Campaign details

Last week we looked at the figures for the 15-29 year old market, aptly called the ‘youth’ market by Tourism Australia (TA). This week we are looking at the Working [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: Don’t be a dinosaur – activities [need to] evolve to avoid extinction

Think about it for a moment – over $600 million in capital has been raised in seven years by companies in the tours and activities sector. It is also seven [...] read more...

WYSE Exchange Australia Youth Tourism Conference, quick the early bird is closing soon

The biggest week in the youth tourism calendar is nearly upon us and to those that have not booked, those that are not sure – DON’T MISS OUT. This week [...] read more...

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