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Bring out the baklava, here come the Greeks

Young Australians will more easily be able to holiday, work and study in Greece with reciprocal Work and Holiday arrangements set to commence on 1 July 2019. Five hundred places [...] read more...

Labor to ban price parity clauses between online travel agencies and accommodation providers

A recent announcement by the Australian Labor Party is a breakthrough for our industry and consumers and is welcome news to the Accommodation Association of Australia (AAoA) who have been [...] read more...

Regional visa program extended, but farmers unimpressed

An attempt to address worker shortages in agriculture has been dismissed by farmers as “meaningless”. Key points: 18 new occupations announced as eligible for skilled worker visas in regional AustraliaOccupations [...] read more...

Perth Wildcats cultural change for success

There are few bigger success stories to come out of Australia in recent times than The Wiggles. With their catchy tunes and multicoloured outfits, they have captured the imagination of [...] read more...

Adventure Tourism Awards and Youth Conference – save the date

Adventure Queensland (AQ), the peak backpacking and independent travel industry body for Queensland is excited to announce the return of the Adventure Tourism Awards and Youth Tourism Conference that will [...] read more...

Tourism Australia’s latest WHM campaign in Europe

In Brisbane last Thursday 14 March at the Destination Australia conference Tourism Australia (TA) launched Australia Inc, positioning Australia as the world’s most desirable WHM destination: offering countless work opportunities in [...] read more...

Air BnB – illegal hotels at the expense of Sydney housing

Snooping around Sydney’s Airbnb listings reveals a city with more than 36,500 places listed at a higher average price than Paris, London, Melbourne, New York and Hong Kong. Sydneysiders have [...] read more...

Dingoes killed on Fraser Island

Two Fraser Island dingoes have paid with their lives for an attack on a French tourist and her young son. Rangers identified the animals responsible for the Thursday night mauling [...] read more...

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