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Kakadu tourism on the rise

New data shows visitation to Kakadu National Park has reached its highest point in a decade, despite grim outlooks for the Northern Territory‘s tourism sector elsewhere. Meryl Triggs from the [...] read more...

Tasmania’s tourism boom driven by inbound Chinese

A boom in outdoor activities and farm-gate visits is fuelling overseas tourism in Tasmania, with the island state experiencing the biggest growth in visitor numbers of any state and territory, [...] read more...

Tourism Brochure a hit in rural Victoria

A group of young rural Australians aim to get people back to the bush with a family-friendly tourism brochure. Caroline Lee, Hindmarsh Shire Youth Councillor said, “Our aim is to [...] read more...

Labor’s rotten deal for farmers and Working Holiday Makers

Australian farmers and our tourism industry will suffer at the hands of a Shorten Labor government who plan to back an ACTU bid to put new restrictions on working holiday [...] read more...

Have your say on „Beyond Tourism 2020”. Feedback form attached

If you have opinions on what the Federal Government’s tourism priorities should be over the next decade, now is your chance to voice them, in the „Beyond Tourism 2020” consultation [...] read more...

WA struggles with tourism numbers

More tourists are visiting Western Australia, but despite a multi-million-dollar advertising campaign, the tourism industry is still struggling to get them to stay longer and convince international visitors to spend [...] read more...

Backpacker industry responds to ACTU negativity on WHV

In response to the ACTU attempting to influence the Labour Party regarding the WHV, the backpacker industry has responded in a positive way. Backpacker Operators Association NSW (BOA) and Adventure [...] read more...

Serious threat to the WHV by the ACTU

Labor and the union movement has sparked a pre-election war with farmers over its plan to restrict access to working holiday maker visas. From The Daily Telegraph: The Australian Council [...] read more...

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