This tourism ad is so weird and trippy, it’ll have you declaring “WTF did I just watch?”
Did you perhaps take an ecstasy tablet in your misspent youth? Travel Weekly warns this ad could bring it back on 15 years later.
WA travel agents now able to apply for their share of $16.8m support fund
With the WA government posting a whopping $5.6 billion surplus in FY21, we reckon Mark McGowan won’t even notice a few mill gone from his war chest.
Inbound tourism recovery will rely on approval of China’s COVID vaccine, warns TTF boss
Margy Osmond gave the Senate a good talking too last week, also demanding to know why JobKeeper wasn’t coming back.
Local travel platform delivers $30m boost for tourism businesses
With the international border closed until 2022 and meagre Budget relief for tourism operators, this new initiative is a big shot in the arm.
Victorian government creates more travel vouchers to support regional tourism recovery
It’s been a pretty crappy time of late for Victorians, so we’re sending some positive vibes their way in the form of this welcome news.
Intrepid wants Aussies to book a First Nations tourism experience … just not with them
Intrepid has formed a special partnership for National Reconciliation Week and, as you’ll discover here, that’s not the only thing the wholesaler has been up to.
UNWTO partners with Google to lead global recovery of tourism
The UN’s specialist tourism agency has hopped into bed with Google. Well, they were already both in it, so now they’re sharing the same pillow.
APT postpones Kimberley season over hospitality and tourism worker shortage
by Ali Coulton
New staffing requirements introduced by Border Force have postponed the long-awaited return to sailing for APT’s Caledonian Sky.
The Star lobs merger offer at rival Crown to create $12bn tourism and entertainment giant
by Huntley Mitchell
The Star faces some competition, however, from a private equity firm that wants to take over Crown (which, FYI, has also just hired a new CEO).
As Italy prepares to welcome back international visitors, its tourism board has launched a radio station
by Sponsored by the Italian National Tourist Board
Yes, the Italian National Tourist Board has turned itself into a radio station. However, don’t expect Alan Jones to come out of retirement to play host.
Federal government assembles expert panel to help drive tourism industry’s recovery
The government has channelled its inner Justice League to unite five tourism experts for a good old-fashioned brainstorm.
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