Tourism Whitsundays makes key hire following funding win
The positive, sun-drenched vibes are emanating from Tourism Whitsundays HQ today, with some new funding helping the organisation make a key hire.
Wet Gucci bags, a medical emergency and “men peeing everywhere”: Luxe Whitsundays lunch ends in disaster
The coveted event, which Tourism & Events Queensland partnered on, was reportedly cut short by an hour-and-a-half following a medical emergency.
Voice of Apple’s Siri snared for latest Tourism Whitsundays campaign
Tourism Whitsundays has used one of the world’s most famous voices to celebrate the North Queensland destination. And no, it doesn’t belong to Morgan Freeman or James Earl Jones.
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.
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!
Destination Wrap: NT parks reopen, South African Tourism’s new videos + MORE
Grab a plate, put on a bib and stuff your face full of the latest destination news right here. It’s an absolute smorgasbord.
Destination Wrap: Tourism Australia’s conference theme change, New Chile and Vegas campaigns + MORE!
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QLD tourism industry calls on government to crack down on shark control following attack
by Christian Fleetwood
Three of Queensland’s peak tourism bodies have called for government action to control sharks, after two foreigners were hospitalised following an attack.
“Shame on you”: Tourism Whitsundays slams 60 Minutes for “unbalanced” reporting
by Christian Fleetwood
John Milton would turn in his grave if he knew a tropical paradise was being called “Paradise Lost”, but as it turns out, a national network has done just that.
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