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New Grampians trail a ‘game-changer’

The proposed Grampians Peaks Trail will revolutionise access to the spectacular Grampians National Park, according to tourism industry pundits. According to the master plan released in May, the planned 144-kilometre [...] read more...

Jump Tours – Jumping into the Top End

Recently Jump Tours launched it’s first tour product out of Darwin, with the Top End Triangle 3 Day/2 Night Tour to Kakadu & Litchfield National Parks. Since May the tour has [...] read more...

An introduction to Kris Madden

Some of you may have seen a number of features on ‘The Byte’ written by Kris Madden. Kris will be a journalist for the site going forward and she certainly [...] read more...

Guest Post: The ‘Gen C Traveller’

Following on from Peter’s keynote at the Australian Youth Travel Conference, He asks ”So, is the Australian youth travel industry ready for the ‘Gen C Traveller’?” Conferences are always good occasions [...] read more...

Intrepid first to end elephant rides

Melbourne-based adventure travel company, Intrepid Travel is leading the way in animal protection in the tourism industry by ending elephant rides and visits to animal entertainment venues on all of [...] read more...

Inbound backpacker numbers stable

The recently released March 2014 quarterly results of the International Visitor Survey (IVS) provided by Tourism Research Australia, shows that that inbound backpacker numbers to Australia continue to be stable, [...] read more...

‘Sharing economy’ shows cracks

To some, Airbnb, the web-based service where people rent out apartments, houses, rooms or even couches in their homes to travellers, is one of the greatest things to happen to [...] read more...

VBAG to bag an early win?

The Victorian Backpacker Advocacy Group (VBAG) with the help of the Victorian Tourism Industry Council (VTIC) added an item to online travel giant, TripAdvisor’s next policy meeting. TripAdvisor branded sites [...] read more...

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