Business Events Australia’s Greater China Showcase is in full swing today in Chengdu.
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Industry stalwart Pip Close will lead Tropical North Queensland through a strong growth phase.
Dream weddings can still be had despite Daydream closure, says Weddings Whitsundays.
The ambitious concept has been shelved due to costs exceeding initial forecasts.
The iconic resort will undergo extensive renovations and clean-up following Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
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The Sunshine Coast will now host the Panalitix conference.
The Whitsundays resort will bring forward its revamp due to ex Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
SQ daily flights between Singapore and Melbourne will be operated by an all new Airbus A350-900 from May.
Top Victorian chefs will showcase Melbourne’s food experiences as part of the Worlds 50 Best Restaurant awards.
The initiative will be celebrated by MICE communities all over the world.
Queensland’s tourism industry remained ‘resilient’ in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
3,000 Chinese delegates will make their way to Adelaide this June.
The Aussie carrier is set to commence new non-stop services between Melbourne and Hong Kong.
Around 400 delegates will descend on Port Stephens next year for the 2018 District 9670 conference, the premier event for Rotary members.
Chinese travel trade reps head back to Kaikoura for the first time after the 7.8m quake.
The Gold Coast continues to break visitor records.
AACB urges the government to include business events in its latest foreign policy white paper.
Save the date: April 24 for expressions of interest to buy first round Games tickets.
The Tourism and Transport Forum Australia (TTF) has applauded the commencement of online visitor visa applications for Chinese nationals.