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What we know about Adani’s Carmichael coal mine project

RAdani’s Carmichael coal mine looms as a federal election issue after the miner was granted a contentious eleventh-hour environmental approval by the Morrison Government in April.  That takes Adani another step [...] read more...

Grampians National Park becomes battleground as rock climbers banned to protect Aboriginal art

One of Australia’s most beautiful national parks has become the backdrop of an ugly battle. Key points: About a third of the Grampians National Park closed to climbers in MarchParks [...] read more...

Aboriginal cultural experiences to lead new tourism strategy in the Northern Territory

Thousands of years before the first stone was cut for the Pyramids of Giza or Olympians competed on the tracks of ancient Greece, Jamie Brooks‘s ancestors were painting rocks near [...] read more...

What is Australia Inc? The new message to WHM from TA

WHAT IS AUSTRALIA INC.? ( Tourism Australia’s message to potential Working Holiday Makers). Australian Inc. of course is not a real company but rather a conduit to the (already existing) jobs and experiences offered [...] read more...

Record number of youth & adventure sellers attend ATE in Perth

Tourism Australia’s premier annual business-to-business event for promoting Australia’s tourism experiences to the international travel trade drew to a close after celebrating its 40th year in Perth last week. Organised by Tourism Australia in partnership with host‐state partner, Tourism WA, [...] read more...

Yass queens: Aussie town’s quirky name breaks down barriers and drives tourism

The expression ‘Yass Queen’ conjures up images of pop star Lady Gaga, New York fashion, and divas. But now, the New South Wales farming town of Yass, which has just [...] read more...

DO NOT feed the kangaroos. You are killing them

Wildlife authorities warn tourists feeding native animals at one of Western Australia‘s most famous beaches are “killing them with kindness” in search of the perfect selfie.  Key points: The ABC [...] read more...

Disruption in the caravan parks industry could pose a real threat

Clayton McCudden has been in the caravan park industry for just three years, but he’s already considering leaving the sector. Key points: The number of caravan parks across Tasmania has [...] read more...

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