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Don’t let snakes and spiders put you off

Australia’s fauna seems to have a fearsome reputation in other parts of the world, and with our recent spate of shark attacks maybe we shouldn’t be surprised. But it was [...] read more...

Au Pairs given short change by Fair Work

A recent ruling by Fair Work will likely result in au pairs moving to the miscellaneous award. This decision is threatening the future of the au pair industry, and the [...] read more...

BYTAP banging the drum for the backpacker industry

The Backpacker Youth Tourism Advisory Panel (BYTAP) got together recently to strategise about how to best support efforts to increase backpacker visitation to Australia. BYTAP is an industry body that [...] read more...

ATV gets active in Victoria

Adventure Tourism Victoria (ATV) has been recently created due to the gap in representation for youth focused organisations at Government level. In recent years Victoria has not had an industry [...] read more...

Has Sydney lost its soul?

Sydney is a city that has „lost its soul”, „ruined” by over-development, expensive real estate, and poker machines.That’s according to Sydneysiders responding to academic Rohan Miller’s recent description of the [...] read more...

Wicked Campers in the news…. again

A South Australian Labor MP will push for Wicked Campers with “sexist” and “racist” slogans to be banned in the state. Key points: Wicked Campers vans have already prompted law [...] read more...

South Australia social media campaign to keep tourists safe

SA Police launch social media campaign to keep tourists safe following Salt Creek crime Police are using a new social media initiative to avoid a repeat of the Salt Creek [...] read more...

Increase to age limit for Canadians and Irish heading downunder

From 05/11/18, the age limit for Irish and Canadian citizens wanting to spend a year working and travelling in Australia will increase by five years – from 30 to 35 [...] read more...

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