New Zealand launches brilliant tourism campaign just as it pauses quarantine-free travel from NSW
by Huntley Mitchell
Tourism New Zealand has suffered some very unfortunate timing with the launch of its new tourism campaign directed at Aussies.
Tourism Australia urges Aussies to take an epic holiday in new $9m campaign
Australia’s fave power couple are back to spruik the country’s tourism offerings in a big, big way.
“F*ck you!”: Robert De Niro teams up with Roger Federer in gorgeously sweary ad for Switzerland Tourism
Federer confirms he can’t act and De Niro confirms he’ll take any job on offer in this unexpectedly wonderful tourism ad.
“Anything but chill”: Tourism Tasmania calls on Aussies to make a winter trip down south
The state’s tourism marketing body wants mainlanders to lose their inhibitions and get a little bit weird as the mercury drops.
Hamish Blake and Zoe Foster-Blake return for Tourism Australia’s latest marketing push
Australia’s fave power couple are back to promote the country’s domestic tourism greatness.
Tourism New Zealand shows off new marketing hub for Aussie agents
Are your current NZ marketing assets looking a little dated and in need of a refresh? Let the makeover begin with this.
Cristiano Ronaldo turns down $9.5 million a year to front Saudi Arabian tourism campaign
Arguably the most famous face in football, Ronaldo has rejected a generous offer from Saudi Arabia’s tourism authority. Not that he needs the money, mind you.
New Caledonia Tourism appoints new local marketing rep
The destination’s tourism board has opted for a ‘French New Wave’ style of marketing, so expect a bit of experimentation and iconoclasm.
How an Aussie power couple delivered in spades for Tourism Australia
by Sponsored by Tourism Australia
It turns out Tourism Australia chose well for the celeb faces of its relaunched ‘Holiday Here This Year’ campaign.
Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority launches fresh agent training website
The destination’s tourism authority is offering agents the chance to win one of five $250 Visa gift cards if they complete all five modules. Booyah!
Solomon Islands’ tourism board urges government to reconsider planned Facebook ban
The destination’s government ministers appear to have rocks in their heads, judging by this ridiculous plan.
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