Stuart Ayres

Destinations

Destination NSW launches emotionally charged “Feel New” film series

This new campaign will have you feeling more emotions than The Notebook and Marriage Story put together, albeit with far fewer celebrity appearances.

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FCM partners with NSW Government to bring international students back to Australia

International students are making their way back to Aus with the assistance of FCM after nearly two years away.

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Destinations

WATCH: Destination NSW launches spectacular ‘Feel New’ campaign

Featuring some very flash TV spots, the campaign highlights the state’s natural and cultural offerings, and it’s pretty bloody captivating.

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Destinations

Destination NSW appoints new chair, as John Warn heads to Accor

The boardroom at Destination NSW is looking a little different, and we’re not talking about the new Polycom speakerphone.

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Destinations

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.

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Tourism

Expedia ties the knot

by Hannah Edensor

The global OTA says ‘I do’ for a destination.

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Tourism

The latest drawcard for Asian tourists

by Hannah Edensor

What does NSW have up its sleeve to bring the lucrative Asian traveller down under?

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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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Tourism

West gets worldly with Badgerys Creek

by Hannah Edensor

“This airport will connect Western Sydney to the world, and bring the world into Western Sydney.” True or false?

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Tourism

NSW wins major events push with new minister

by Daisy Melwani

The Tourism & Transport Forum has welcomed two senior ministers to the events portfolio and infrastructure and transport roles.

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