regional tourism

Destinations

Everything you need to know about the $465m Victorian Tourism Recovery Package

The Victorian government is giving its tourism sector a big budget injection. However, that’s not to say Daniel Andrews is using a giant needle to administer it.

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Tourism

Regional tourism receives $250 million cash injection

The government has given regional tourism operators a reason to jump for joy this morning, and caused two industry associations to give such an aggressive thumbs up that they are both now suffering from pulled muscles in their hands.

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Road & Rail

Celebs get behind new campaign urging Aussies to make a #RoadTripPledge

The campaign also reveals what NRL star Benji Marshall has been doing when he isn’t sitting on the sidelines watching his hapless Wests Tigers chalk up another loss.

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News

What you need to know about the 2018 budget

Online booking takes a hit and cruise gets a boost: find out what else is in store for the travel industry in the 2018 Federal Budget.

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Tourism

TAA: more investment is needed in tourism

Tourism Accommodation Australia has given the government a good talking to, although that sounds more dramatic than it really is.

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Tourism

How important is regional tourism anyway?

Regional tourism is under the microscope once again, although no lab coats or goggles are required to read on.

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Tourism

Regional tourism in the spotlight with NSW reshuffle

by Sophie Harrison

We take our office politics seriously at Travel Weekly: who’s on the cupcake roster, who’s round it is at the pub, who’s slacking at the gym – isn’t that what also happens at Parliament?

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Tourism

Govt urges tourists to take a hike

by Daisy Melwani / AAP

Regional Australia will receive a chunk of the government’s tourism money pot.

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Tourism

Ayres realigns tourism priorities

by Hannah Edensor

Regional tourism, business events and sporting events are top of the list in the new shake up for NSW.

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