Holiday Here This Year

Destinations

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.

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Travel Agents

AFTA urges agents to complete ‘Travelsectorkeeper’ survey and Aussie Specialist Program

Are repeated efforts to highlight your business’ COVID-induced financial woes falling on deaf ears? Try this.

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Destinations

Tourism Australia kicks off $5m advertising blitz

Dan Tehan has loosened the government’s purse strings in the hope it will stimulate a much-needed domestic tourism recovery.

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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.

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Australia turns itself into a gift shop as part of ‘Holiday Here This Year’ campaign

Aussies looking to expand their Christmas gift horizons beyond a Bunnings gift card and Big Mouth Billy Bass Singing Fish have been given a helping hand.

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Hotels

Accor partners with Tourism Australia to push for domestic bookings

Tourism Australia is partnering up for new campaigns left, right and centre, so don’t rule out a collab with Cardi B.

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Tourism Australia recruits Hamish Blake and wife Zoe to help boost domestic tourism

Do your clients happen to be massive fans of Hamish Blake and/or Zoe Foster-Blake? Share this video stat and get the booking form ready.

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Tourism Australia partners with Network 10’s ‘The Project’ for live streaming special

Aimed at Aussies, the special one-hour broadcast is also set to feature a familiar face or two. However, it’s understood Lara Bingle didn’t get the call-up.

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Tourism

Flight Centre, Virgin enact coronavirus contingency plans

by Christian Fleetwood

Flight Centre plans to close as many as 100 “under-performing” leisure shops across Australia before 30 June, in light of what it described as heightened coronavirus uncertainty.

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Wholesalers

Fill your #emptyesky

by Sponsored by Inspiring Journeys

Looking for the perfect South Australian getaway for your clients AND the bushfire-affected communities? Look no further.

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Tourism Australia launches ‘Holiday Here This Year’ campaign to boost bushfire recovery

It’s yet another campaign from Tourism Australia. Hopefully this one won’t need to be pulled like the Kylie ad.

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