Post Women in Travel awards, it was time for this glamorous set to kick back with a drink at the Ovolo Hotel, Wollomoolloo.
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The report also uncovered some unsettling data about the gender pay gap and the startlingly low number of women in board chairs.
Did you (or were you about to) submit your entry for this year’s awards? If so, you’ll definitely want to give this a read.
AFTA boss Darren Rudd has been rolling up his sleeves so much that his buttoned shirt is starting to resemble a tank top.
The Wolrd Travel & Tourism Council reckons the industry is getting ready to pick itself up, shake itself off and sashay towards recovery.
by Ali Coulton
The prospect of sending your clients to New Zealand in the first quarter of this year has once again been thrown into jeopardy.
by Ali Coulton
The days of tourists eating space cakes and bogarting joints in Amsterdam’s infamous coffee shops appear to be numbered, following a proposal from the city’s mayor.
The destination’s tourism board has opted for a ‘French New Wave’ style of marketing, so expect a bit of experimentation and iconoclasm.
Got a client who is looking to learn more about the rich culture of Indigenous Australians, but only want to travel via private plane? Start dialling their number.
This soon-to-be-reopened venue even has jail cells. However, that’s not to say they are occupied by any murderers or drug traffickers.
Here, G Adventures’ sales manager for Australia and New Zealand revealed his secret holiday spot … which isn’t really a secret anymore.
Fingers and toes are being crossed throughout the industry, as Australia’s new Tourism Minister provides some hope of targeted government support.
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