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Excite agent wins big with Samoa

Felicity Davis from Excite Holidays ended her night on a high at the 2015 Samoa Roadshow in Sydney after winning a seven night stay for two people.

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Simon Gatt joins the Travel Counsellors team

by Hannah Edensor

Travel Counsellors has added a new staff member to the head office team.

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Scenic Jasper shows agents what its got

Five of TravelManagers’ PTMs were among those who were recently invited to attend the christening ceremony of Scenic’s RV Scenic Jasper.

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Road & Rail

Rail Plus extends Live Chat hours

Rail Plus is once again enriching its travel agent support services.

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Agave festival keeps traditions alive

by Veronique Dupont - AFP

The agave plant is passed around at the festival, as attendees suck the flesh from the slightly bitter leaves.

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Tourism

NSW budget brings strong support for tourism

by Hannah Edensor

The NSW Government has walked the walk for the travel industry, committing over $640 million to the tourism and hospitality sector.

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Inland tourism awards finalists announced

Inland NSW congratulates the 2015 Travel In Inland Tourism Awards finalists announced recently.

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Destinations

Ban on Mumbai’s horse-drawn carriages

by AFP

Mumbai’s ornate horse-drawn carriages are nearing the end of the road after a court in the Indian city ruled them illegal, saying owners must wind up operations within a year.

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The Snow Gauge: what’s new on the slopes

by Glenn Cullen - AAP

Get the lowdown on all the ski and snowboard news, fresh off the slopes.

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Ban lifted on White House photos

by AFP

The White House has lifted a 40-year ban on visitors taking photos, and much-prized selfies, on tours of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Aviation

Draft report of MH17 crash handed over

by AAP

The Dutch Safety Board has turned over its draft report into MH17 to the countries involved in the investigation, with a final report expected in October.

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Tourism

99 problems but Aussie beaches ain’t one

by Daisy Melwani

Currency exchange rates are the main concern for tourism operators, according to a new survey.

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Agave festival keeps traditions alive

The agave plant is passed around at the festival, as attendees suck the flesh from the slightly bitter leaves.

DESTINATIONS

Ban on Mumbai’s horse-drawn carriages

Mumbai’s ornate horse-drawn carriages are nearing the end of the road after a court in the Indian city ruled them illegal, saying owners must wind up operations within a year.

DESTINATIONS

The Snow Gauge: what’s new on the slopes

Get the lowdown on all the ski and snowboard news, fresh off the slopes.

DESTINATIONS

Ban lifted on White House photos

The White House has lifted a 40-year ban on visitors taking photos, and much-prized selfies, on tours of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

DESTINATIONS

Guide survives leopard mauling at South Africa

A safari guide has survived a leopard attack while viewing wildlife with tourists at South Africa’s famed Kruger National Park.

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Australia’s Nature Coast Trade Shows

13/04/2015 | Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane

Australia’s Nature Coast is inviting the travel industry to attend its trade expos in Melbourne, Sydney & Brisbane.

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The Ultimate Waterman

14/03/2015 | New Zealand

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Scenic launch Cruising information sessions

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Travel Agents

Excite agent wins big with Samoa

Felicity Davis from Excite Holidays ended her night on a high at the 2015 Samoa Roadshow in Sydney after winning a seven night stay for two people.

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Travel Agents

Simon Gatt joins the Travel Counsellors team

by Hannah Edensor

Travel Counsellors has added a new staff member to the head office team.

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Travel Agents

Scenic Jasper shows agents what its got

Five of TravelManagers’ PTMs were among those who were recently invited to attend the christening ceremony of Scenic’s RV Scenic Jasper.

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Road & Rail

Rail Plus extends Live Chat hours

Rail Plus is once again enriching its travel agent support services.

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Destinations

Agave festival keeps traditions alive

by Veronique Dupont - AFP

The agave plant is passed around at the festival, as attendees suck the flesh from the slightly bitter leaves.

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Tourism

NSW budget brings strong support for tourism

by Hannah Edensor

The NSW Government has walked the walk for the travel industry, committing over $640 million to the tourism and hospitality sector.

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Travel Agents

Inland tourism awards finalists announced

Inland NSW congratulates the 2015 Travel In Inland Tourism Awards finalists announced recently.

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Destinations

Ban on Mumbai’s horse-drawn carriages

by AFP

Mumbai’s ornate horse-drawn carriages are nearing the end of the road after a court in the Indian city ruled them illegal, saying owners must wind up operations within a year.

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Destinations

The Snow Gauge: what’s new on the slopes

by Glenn Cullen - AAP

Get the lowdown on all the ski and snowboard news, fresh off the slopes.

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Destinations

Ban lifted on White House photos

by AFP

The White House has lifted a 40-year ban on visitors taking photos, and much-prized selfies, on tours of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Aviation

Draft report of MH17 crash handed over

by AAP

The Dutch Safety Board has turned over its draft report into MH17 to the countries involved in the investigation, with a final report expected in October.

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Tourism

99 problems but Aussie beaches ain’t one

by Daisy Melwani

Currency exchange rates are the main concern for tourism operators, according to a new survey.

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