This tourism ad is so weird and trippy, it’ll have you declaring “WTF did I just watch?”
Did you perhaps take an ecstasy tablet in your misspent youth? Travel Weekly warns this ad could bring it back on 15 years later.
P&O extends Aussie cruise pause, as Pacific Adventure emerges from dry dock
Don’t let the headline fool you; this article also contains some uplifting cruise news to give sail-savvy agents a little Friday boost.
Travel industry veteran takes “black sheep” approach to help brands navigate COVID landscape
Trish Shepherd, the mastermind behind this new company, has assured us it’s got nothing to do with agricultural practices, as we first imagined.
“A wonderful spectacle”: Spain’s Tourism Minister suggests using catastrophic volcanic eruption to attract visitors
The country’s Tourism Minister is in hot water after she appeared to propose using a volcanic eruption that has destroyed hundreds of homes to lure tourists to the Canary Islands.
WATCH: Flight attendant promises to annoy passengers who don’t wear a mask
As you can imagine, the comment section on this TikTok user’s video was… divided, to say the least.
Tourism Minister says international borders will reopen by Christmas “at the latest”
by Ali Coulton
Dan Tehan has urged states to stick to the national plan and encouraged Aussies to “roll up their sleeves”.
IHG’s Leanne Harwood elected first-ever female president of the Accommodation Association
Hospo industry veteran Leanne Harwood is back in the headlines, and this time it’s about her very deserving new role.
Passenger claims flight attendant told her to glue a mask to her distressed toddler’s face
A mother has taken to social media to call out a flight attendant who she claims gave her a rather distressing ultimatum.
“This is a moment of real celebration”: Celebrity Edge is finally heading Down Under
The champagne corks are popping and the party pies are in the oven at Celebrity Cruises HQ following this big bit of news.
New research ranks Sydney and Melbourne among the world’s 10 safest cities
With safety weighing heavily on the minds of many travellers during this time, it seems that Aussies jaunting domestically have lucked out.