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Travel Agents

AFTA and CLIA bring back NTIA and the port & destination showcase

Polish your dancing shoes because it’s industry events galore as the two peak bodies reveal the return of two much sought-after happenings.

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Wholesalers

CATO reveals new board as membership reaches all-time high

The only thing at an all-time high in Travel Weekly’s office is going to be our electricity bill due to our insistence on working in a tropical climate in the middle of winter.

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News

Incentives & events: CATO launches trivia event, Win a trip to Seattle and Alaska, agent famils return + MORE!

Love scoring free stuff, attending travel events and seeing who’s been out and about? Get your fix of industry gossip and freebies right here.

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“The new ministry is well informed and ready to support tourism’s future”: Peak industry bodies welcome Australia’s new PM

Travel Weekly’s editor spent her Sunday morning shushing the cheering crowd at Marrickville Library as Albo posed out the front for this photo op. He’s lucky he has a cute dog or she may have had to get the librarians involved.

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Cruise

Destinations

Industry welcomes New Zealand’s big cruise comeback

As you can imagine, the response to this announcement has almost been stronger than our commitment to three coffees before midday (that’s pretty damn strong!).

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Cruise

CLIA’s Cruise360 sets return date as Masters program opens for 2022

The wait is over for those eagerly anticipating the return of Cruise360, as the event announces its return date.

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Cruise

Northern Territory lifts restrictions on key cruise market

Australia’s top end is set to more than double its cruise ship capacity cap, but one major line says it’s time the federal government stepped up.

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Cruise

National Cabinet promises to work with cruise industry despite ban extension

Australia’s cruise ban has been extended for another two months, and CLIA is feeling *checks notes* hopeful this time around.

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Cruise

CLIA urge government to provide economic support as ships begin to turn away from Aussie shores

The cruise industry is again urging the Australian government to provide support, though, at this stage in the game we suggest they simply join the rest of us by screaming into the void instead.

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Cruise

CLIA postpones Cruise360 to an unknown date

The cruise industry has copped another blow from the spread of Omicron and now the annual catch-up has been postponed.

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Cruise

CLIA predicts ocean-going lines will be 100 per cent back at capacity by August

If you’re looking for a fresh perspective on the future of the cruise industry, CLIA has got you sorted with their latest report.

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Cruise

The CDC just made COVID regulations optional in US waters

Cruising in US waters is about to become as rough and tumble as the wild west with health authorities essentially allowing cruise lines to make their own rules (kind of).

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