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50% rise in Uluru-Kata Tjuta NP fees proposed

Price hike the first rise in 16 years Parks Australia is planning to increase the cost of entering Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park by up to 52 per cent, a week [...] read more...

House crammed with 30 workers amid crackdown on labour hire abuses

More than 30 workers have been found crammed into a three-bedroom house, each paying $100 a week, in a shocking abuse of workers in Victoria‘s labour hire businesses. In other [...] read more...

Ocean Rafting’s James becomes a master of the reef!

Ocean Rafting team are proud to congratulate Skipper and Environmental Manager, James Unsworth, on becoming an accredited Master Reef Guide. Master Reef Guides are recognised as the world’s leading reef guides, [...] read more...

Hitchhikers around the world embark on sacred pilgrimage to piss on Ivan Milat’s grave

Australia’s most notorious serial killer, Ivan Milat, has finally f***** off to join the Mile Deep Club in the darkest corner of Hell. To celebrate the news, hitchhikers from across [...] read more...

Beautiful one day, pitiful the next: is ‘philausophy’a new low for Australian tourism ad...

As the concept of philausophy is unleashed on an unsuspecting world, please share your views on the good, the bad and the frankly odd campaigns in Australian tourism history  The [...] read more...

WHV may receive hundreds of millions of dollars after backpacker tax overturned by Federal Court

An estimated 75,000 backpackers could receive hundreds of millions of dollars from the tax office after the Federal Court ruled the Government’s so-called backpacker tax invalid. Key points: The Federal [...] read more...

Australia’s first glass bridge unveiled at Cobbold Gorge in outback Queensland

Cobbold Gorge in the Gulf Savannah region of north-west Queensland is now home to Australia’s first ever bridge constructed with an entirely glass surface. Key points: A glass bridge has [...] read more...

Sustainable camping accommodates and educates tourists one cup of sawdust at a time

The first thing campers like to tell Jodie Lane is that the toilet at the camping ground she manages does not smell. Key points: Sustainable tourist accommodation options are growing [...] read more...

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