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Video interview with Kristy Carstairs, new Industry Relations Manager at Tourism Australia

The Byte recently inteviewed Kristy Carstairs from TA about her new role, her experience in youth tourism and TA’s engagement and support of WYSTC 2017 in Montreal and helping operators. [...] read more...

TECH BYTE B2B: Cold emailing vs cold calling: which one works best and do either have a place anymor...

Is cold calling dead? Is cold emailing the new alternative? Is one better than the other? What to choose? It’s time to reveal what lead generation professionals think about it. [...] read more...

LYTE BYTE: what do they think of us? from a backpacker in Australia!

Here are 10 sure signs that you have been a backpacker in Australia. Heading Down Under to backpack round Australia is the new normal right now. Moving to Australia for [...] read more...

BREAKING NEWS: YHA now united across Australia

From 1 September 2017, YHA will finally be united as one organisation in Australia, this following the merger of former State body, YHA WA and YHA Ltd (trading as YHA [...] read more...

A hibernating BYTAP springs back into action

After being in hibernation since the exertions of fighting last year’s backpacker tax bogeyman, the Backpacker Youth Tourism Advisory Panel (BYTAP) springs back into action. On 25 August 2017, the panel [...] read more...

Most in demand jobs for backpackers revealed

As a backpacker, scoring a job in Australia and then getting sponsored is one of the best ways to ensure you can stay here for years to come.  Sponsored Employment [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: Moving your website to https SSL – Tips n Tricks

This post describes some useful tips that might come in handy if you’re considering switching to the now commonly-used HTTPS to encrypt sensitive data. Question: “Should I switch over to HTTPS?” [...] read more...

Byron Bay tourism crunch: Mayor warns of a backlash if growth isn’t curbed

Famous as a backpacker and tourist destination, Byron Bay attracts more than two million visitors a year. But has a permanent population of just 10,000 and the town’s mayor is [...] read more...