Tehan says Aussies aren’t spending enough on domestic tourism, hints cruising could resume mid-June
by Ali Coulton
The Tourism Minister is encouraging Aussies to “buy that extra beer”, so Travel Weekly’s editor has gone and purchased a case.
Here’s how much government grant money travel agents have been paid so far
Tourism Minister Dan Tehan has provided an update on just how much moolah has been paid out to travel agents as part of the government’s support package.
Tourism Minister outlines international travel expectations, says Aussies “should be confident” to book cruises
by Huntley Mitchell
Dan Tehan tackled a number of burning questions about travel during his latest round of media appearances. He even revealed his cruising plans … well, sort of.
AFTA continues to press govt for tailored support, as Frydenberg stands firm on JobKeeper
Staff at Parliament House’s café have already memorised Darren Rudd’s coffee order, as the AFTA boss spends another week down in Canberra.
Tourism Minister eyes potential post-JobKeeper support package for travel industry
Fingers and toes are being crossed throughout the industry, as Australia’s new Tourism Minister provides some hope of targeted government support.
NSW unveils its grand plan to kickstart visitor economy
Stuart Ayres has pulled back the red velvet curtains on what we imagine was a fat binder containing the secret ingredients to saving the state’s tourism industry.
Australia’s small business ombudsman says travel agent support package is “a matter of urgency”
The calls for ScoMo to get off his backside and announce the lifeline agents so badly need have grown even louder and slightly terser.
New Tourism Minister (and Assistant Tourism Minister) chosen for Queensland
by Huntley Mitchell
Annastacia Palaszczuk has given her Cabinet a bit of a reshuffle. Or, as Carson Kressley would say, a tzsuj.
Birmo’s border warning prompts Qantas to suspend international flights
by Christian Fleetwood
Travel Weekly doesn’t enjoy being the bearer of bad news, and in this case, it’s doubly bad.
The travel industry welcomes back a Tourism Minister
by Hannah Edensor
But don’t crack open the champagne and celebrate just yet, says these industry experts.
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