Tourism Australia reminds international travellers what’s waiting for them with incredible new ‘8D’ videos
These incredible new vids could also come in handy for agents looking to woo some domestic clients.
Destination Wrap: LA launches trade page, Spanish tourism board’s new Australian director + MORE
In the dark after a weekend away from travel news? Check back in with this breakdown of the latest destination updates.
Tourism Australia unveils new COVID-safe travel tool
Aussie travellers have been given a much-needed confidence boost for their holiday planning with this whizz-bang new portal.
Why Tourism Australia’s path to recovery is data-led
by Edward Pollitt
Here’s a quality article on destination marketing that the Travel Weekly team didn’t even have to write, thanks to our very generous sister publication.
No Australia-wide agreement on internal borders reached, as industry bigwigs weigh in
by Christian Fleetwood
There’s been plenty of news over the weekend on the state of Australia’s domestic and international borders.
Tourism Australia appoints new domestic and NZ boss
Do you work at Tourism Australia and have noticed a fresh face walking around the office lately? Solve the mystery here.
Tourism Australia forms regional partnership with Virtuoso
Tourism Australia is going after cashed-up domestic and Kiwi travellers, and has enlisted the help of the luxe agent network to capture them.
Tourism Australia’s longstanding NZ country manager to exit
by Huntley Mitchell
Jenny Aitken is set to wave farewell to Tourism Australia from across the Tasman. Rumour has it that the staff leaving card is being delivered via carrier pigeon.
AFTA backs Tourism Australia’s new specialist program for agents
With all the negative press attention surrounding AFTA last week, this new training program is a welcome distraction for the industry body.
International tourism faces worst crisis since records began: UNWTO
The travel industry could face an 80 per cent drop in international arrivals for 2020, with the livelihoods of 120 million people now at risk, according to the organisation.
Tourism Australia partners with Network 10’s ‘The Project’ for live streaming special
Aimed at Aussies, the special one-hour broadcast is also set to feature a familiar face or two. However, it’s understood Lara Bingle didn’t get the call-up.
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