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Print lives: the travel brochure is still relevant

For decades, tour operators (Edit. + activity & accommodation providers and destinations) have been printing costly paper brochures in order to better illustrate and sell their destinations and itineraries. And [...] read more...

BYTE REPORT: WYSE Exchange Australia 2018

WYSE Exchange Australia returned to Sydney last week, a 3-day event with two days of B2B meetings (Tuesday and Thursday), various networking functions and the inbound youth tourism sector’s leading  [...] read more...

REPORT: Backpacker and Adventure Industry Forum, hosted by YHA Australia

The Backpacker and Adventure Industry Forum, hosted by YHA was held this week at Byron Bay’s Community Centre. Approximately 150 delegates attended the event, mainly YHA hostel managers but also [...] read more...

Australian agriculture can’t flourish without foreign workers

Migrants are stealing jobs from locals. How often do we hear that refrain? It comes from all parts of the political spectrum — from Right-wing anti-immigration groups to Left-wing unions. [...] read more...

Ongoing turmoil in WA, but Perth being been chosen to host ATE19

WA’s Department of Jobs was formed last year as an amalgamation of several government agencies, merging Tourism WA and the departments of commerce and state development. That new structure meant [...] read more...

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