STUDY: Victoria tops nation with highest return on destination marketing investment
TTF’s Margy Osmond reckons Australian states and territories need to pull their socks up when it comes to tourism expenditure.
AFTA’s interim survey results reveal “distressing” statistics, says Rudd
AFTA has released interim results of its ‘Travelsectorkeeper’ survey, and they make for some pretty grim reading, according to CEO Darren Rudd.
TTF urges federal government to implement $7.7bn tourism rescue package
The industry body has laid out its multi-billion-dollar demands to ScoMo and Josh, as the cut-off date for JobKeeper life support nears.
HELL YEAH! Ardern says Aussies will be travelling quarantine-free to New Zealand early next year
FINALLY! Get ready for your phone to ring off the hook from your excited clients keen to get the heck out of Australia next year.
STUDY: Only a quarter of Aussies will travel interstate this summer
The research shows there is still a significant amount of work to do in encouraging Aussies to take to the skies.
The good, the bad and the ugly: tourism industry reacts to NSW Budget
The state government has announced NSW residents will get $100 worth of vouchers to spend on tourism and hospitality activities, but not everyone is happy about it.
New Tourism Minister (and Assistant Tourism Minister) chosen for Queensland
by Huntley Mitchell
Annastacia Palaszczuk has given her Cabinet a bit of a reshuffle. Or, as Carson Kressley would say, a tzsuj.
States and territories agree to develop plan for Christmas reopening
by Christian Fleetwood
However, there is one state that doesn’t want to play ball. Find out which one here.
YOU BLOODY BEAUTY!!! Australia and NZ to host 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
After a very anxious wait overnight, Aussies and Kiwis have woken up to this fantastic bit of news!
Tourism & Transport Forum’s new app is the industry’s “single source of truth”: Osmond
The Tourism & Transport Forum’s new app is officially live today, which it’s claiming to be a one-stop shop for the latest industry news and research.
Government’s $60bn JobKeeper cost error could see program extended for tourism sector
by Christian Fleetwood
Amid industry calls for its extension, underspending on the federal government’s JobKeeper scheme could be good news for the tourism sector.
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