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Queensland’s farmers are moving away from backpacker labour

As two of Far North Queensland’s big-ticket produce items (lychees and mangoes) come into season, the industry is experiencing a shift away from  backpackers towards Pacific Islanders. Growers now need [...] read more...

Business Victoria has just launched a new website for budding tourism enterpreneurs

Looking to start or grow a tourism business in Victoria? A new resources website for the tourism industry has just been launched. The Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Tourism and [...] read more...

The biggest changes I’ve discovered in my old friend Byron

The year was 2000, we had just survived the threat of “Y2K”, I was fresh out of school and a friend and I decided to head up the east coast [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: 9 (no 8) ways to merge offline and online marketing for positive results

There seems to be an ongoing struggle in the marketing world over whether a company should still use traditional offline marketing strategies given the prevalence of online marketing in the [...] read more...

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...

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