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‘The Places We’ll Go’: Bunnik Tours launches campaign for 2022 trips

It appears Dennis has been rifling through his collection of Dr Seuss books to find inspiration for his latest campaign. We can’t wait to see what he does with Green Eggs and Ham.

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Bunnik Tours offers first-ever Aussie itinerary

The tour will be lead by Dennis Bunnik himself, complete with a visit to Bunnik House, just in case your clients want to see where all the magic happens.

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Four newcomers join CATO’s board

Were you vying for a spot on CATO’s board? Well, it’s likely you’d already know if you were successful, so prepare to be disappointed.

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Bunnik Tours launches its very own marketing company

Dennis Bunnik is dipping his toes into the marketing pool with a brand-new business venture.

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One-on-one with travel marketing maven Julie King

by Christian Fleetwood

To answer some of Travel Weekly’s burning questions about travel marketing, we got in touch with an expert in the field – one who, as you’d expect, happens to be extraordinarily busy during the downturn.

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Government’s $60bn JobKeeper cost error could see program extended for tourism sector

by Christian Fleetwood

Amid industry calls for its extension, underspending on the federal government’s JobKeeper scheme could be good news for the tourism sector.

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CATO unveils new-look board

The Council of Australian Tour Operators has elected its new board, which (mini-spoiler alert) only turns out to have one new member. Can you guess who it is from the accompanying photo?

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CATO chairman takes aim at “deceptive and misleading” advertising by industry disruptors

Did you happen to miss Dennis Bunnik’s venom-filled address at CATO’s recent AGM? Consider yourself caught up with this.

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CATO gives top honour to retiring founder, Peter Baily

Meanwhile, we’re bestowing upon ourselves the top honour of a Friday afternoon early mark so we can retire to the pub. It’s been a long week.

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CATO celeberate chrismas In Sydney & Melbourne

by Amy Bryant

The Council of Australia Tour Operators celebrate Christmas with the announcement of some new initiatives.

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Why we need to talk about terrorism and tourism

by Dennis Bunnik

CATO chairman Dennis Bunnik urges the industry to openly discuss traveller safety in these troubled times to ensure security and reduce the level of fear.

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CATO takes an international approach

by Anne Majumdar

With a number of world issues affecting the local travel industry, CATO chairman Dennis Bunnik has met with his international counterparts to exchange ideas.

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