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Australia bushfires: Canadian backpacker describes being stranded, fearing for her life

Canadian woman Dané le Roux came to Australia for a dream backpacking trip around the country. Four months later, she was huddled on a beach, under an “apocalyptic” blood-red sky, [...] read more...

Help Donate to the Bush Fire Appeal

‘When a room in your house on fire, you don’t say a room in my house is on fire, you say my house is on fire’ Harrison Ford.As many of [...] read more...

Millett Group Takes Over Byron Bay Beach Hostel

Millett Group is excited to announce the acquisition of Byron Bay Beach Hostel, with its team officially taking over operations on 14 November 2019. Built just two years ago, the [...] read more...

Tourism Australia splashes cash on social media stars, led by one linked to Hong Kong protests

Tourism Australia splashed more than half a million dollars on social media influencers in 2018-19, alongside other government enterprises such as Australia Post. Key points: Tourism Australia paid more than [...] read more...

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National park eco-tourism developments taken to court, with states watching closely

A desire to cash in on the popularity of eco-tourism has resulted in some state governments seeking and approving private tourism developments in national parks. Key points: Protesters are concerned [...] read more...

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Australia named safest country in the world for women

Australia is the safest country in the world for women, according to data the consultancy New World Health released in its 2019 Global Wealth Migration Review.Australia has earned the top spot [...] read more...

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NSW bushfires prompt holiday cancellations from tourists concerned about smoke and flames

Tourism authorities have urged holidaymakers to think twice before cancelling Christmas and summer getaway plans due to extensive bushfires across New South Wales. Key points: More than 1 million hectares [...] read more...

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Governess jobs hard to fill, as outback parents fear their children not prepared enough for high sch...

A profession that laid the foundations for Australia’s first saint, Mary McKillop, is as important today as it was more than a century ago. Key points: Governesses are employed to help [...] read more...

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