Former SATC marketing boss Brent Hill scores CEO gig at Tourism Fiji
Travel Weekly knew about this big appointment weeks ago, but was sworn to secrecy. Now, the cat is finally out of the bag.
SATC’s marketing chief to depart, replacement revealed
Travel Weekly understands the SATC hired its new marketing exec based on his knowledge of FruChocs, Foodland and Farmer’s Union Iced Coffee.
SATC launches fresh campaign ‘For Those Who Want a Little More’
Travel Weekly’s editor has a soft spot for South Australia, or at least for the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale wine regions.
Destination Wrap: Singapore to reopen to Aussies, NT’s summer campaign + MORE
This week’s Destination Wrap has some fab news for those keen to (eventually) get out of Australia, and for those who are quite happy to journey within it.
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With nearly all domestic borders open to South Australia, now is a good time to get up to date on the best experiences this state has to offer.
Destination Wrap: SA’s $20m boost for regional tourism, Parrtjima launches first-ever virtual tour + MORE
To enhance the positive vibes of this week’s Destination Wrap, we highly recommend showering yourself in glitter or even letting off a few party poppers.
Destination Wrap: Qld eases travel restrictions, Greece to open border to internationals + MORE
The wheels are beginning to turn on domestic and international tourism, with border restrictions easing near and far. Huzzah!
South Australia’s pubs and cinemas to seat 80 people from June, as WA plans eased regional travel restrictions
by Christian Fleetwood
The moves from each state come as Jacinda Ardern weighs in on the Australian state border row, which she said would need to be sorted out before the trans-Tasman bubble gets the green light.
Destination Wrap: Queensland’s $50m tourism boost, Spain and Greece to welcome back international travellers + MORE
There are plenty of good signs for the tourism industry judging by this week’s Destination Wrap. Here’s Travel Weekly’s roundup of what’s been happening domestically and internationally.
Destination Wrap: WA’s $14.4m tourism package, Tourism Malaysia’s new director + MORE
You might think we’re pulling your leg, but this week’s wrap is 100 per cent good news for destinations. Praise be!
Destination Wrap: Tourism Australia’s message of hope, Vanuatu keeps it beautiful + MORE!
Despite hardship, tourism boards and destinations near and far are staying hopeful, with their eyes set firmly on recovery.
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