Collette wraps up its first travel forum in two years
The tour operator hosted top sellers, partners, key travel players and media friends (that’s us!) for poolside shenanigans in sunny Cairns.
“Travel is the great educator”: Collette CEO Dan Sullivan on why we need travel now more than ever
We spent the past few days sipping mojitos by the pool in Cairns… Oh, and attending Collette’s travel forum! Here’s proof we were listening.
“It’s our shout”: Flight Centre is giving away free holidays!
The travel giant is giving away 40 holidays to celebrate its 40th Birthday! Nobody tell them that it’s usually the other way around…
QT Newcastle signature restaurant and bar revealed!
It might seem like we’re calling Newcastle a ‘cutie’ but rest assured, our cutest NSW city award still goes to Griffith.
Australian Tourism Exchange 2022 concluded and next year’s location revealed!
The rumours are that next year’s event will have twice as many arancini balls and half the day will be dedicated to playing Mario Kart. Bear in mind our source for this was a 6 year old boy…
Japan gets closer to reopening its border with experimental group tours
Don’t worry, the fact that the tours are operating is what makes them experimental. You won’t have to remember your high school science skills for a trip to Japan (at least we don’t think so).
Do you want to explore South Australia? Complete a few training modules for your chance at a famil!
The team at South Australian Tourism Commission has your next holiday sorted with a famil offering for travel agents and product managers.
ATEC tickled pink with Labor Party tourism funding promise
As professional journalists, we at Travel Weekly remain completely unbiased when it comes to political matters. However, we’re just going to leave this here…
“The time is right”: industry legend, Barry Mayo, retires after 60+ years in travel
We think we speak for everyone when we say we can’t imagine an Australian travel industry without this industry stalwart!
Tourism Western Australia partners with AAT Kings and showcases WA wildlife to Sydney
Rumours are that part of the collaboration deal is that the AAT execs all get free camel rides whenever they want, which we completely understand.