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5 signs you know you are a Xennial backpacker (a what backpacker?)

If you don’t feel like you belong to the Gen Y or Gen X crowd but definitely feel too old to be a space-cadet Millennial, chances are you are somewhere [...] read more...

Canada – an admirable example of how to engage youth tourism

Canada is actively growing youth tourism and so looking towards a bright future. Australia has strong historial, economic and geograghical similarities to Canada but has differed in the path it [...] read more...

Uluru climbs banned by National Park board from 2019

Climbing Uluru is set to be a thing of the past after the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Board decided unanimously to ban the activity, starting in 2019. How would a ban [...] read more...

LYTE BYTE: The Melbourne Cup actually does stop the nation

The Melbourne Cup, a public holiday in Victoria, actually does “stop the nation” – Australia’s spending data during the race dives 33 per cent according to CommBank. In the hours [...] read more...

Experience Co, formally Skydive the Beach, has finalised its $19.6 million takeover of GBR Helicopte...

Experience Co Limited (formally Skydive the Beach) is an adventure tourism company which had the vision of becoming the largest and most respected of its kind in the world. With [...] read more...

How a postcode glitch means farmers are turning backpackers away

For backpackers trying to obtain a second year work visa, the numbers are very important. The hours, the dates, and especially the (regional) postcode. One remote farming area in southern [...] read more...

Canberra named in world’s top 10 cities to visit in 2018

Bill Bryson, a famous travel book writer, stated in his bestseller ‘Down Under’ about his travels in Australia, that Canberra is on the ‘tick list’ as one of the must [...] read more...

Chinese poised to overtake Kiwis as Australia’s biggest tourism market

The Australian tourism industry is racing to prepare for huge numbers of Chinese visitors to Australia, with figures more than tripling over the past seven years. Australian Bureau of Statistics [...] read more...

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