The special event was a celebration for the annual Japanese holiday that honours arts, culture, and academic pursuits.
The Women in Tourism Leadership Lunch is set to debut in Melbourne in November.
The Endeavour Pavilion is a new addition to the wharves of the Australian National Maritime Museum. Get a sneak peek here.
The hotel’s facilities have undergone a recent transformation and each of the 77 guestrooms have undergone a refresh. More details here.
The EEAA has announced overnight the 2017 finalists of its premier annual Awards for Excellence.
A delegation of 21 of the State’s tourism operators have travelled to China to showcase Sydney and rural and regional NSW to Chinese buyers.
The Sri Lanka Roadshow is back again for 2017 – with a Perth leg included for the first time.
Hawai’i Tourism Oceania (HTO) has unveiled the fourth edition of its Meet Hawaii Guide.
Almost half of the international association conventions won have a confirmed exhibition. Without the strategic bidding activities of convention bureaux, these opportunities would simply not occur in Australia, AACB says.
Sydney’s historic Campbell’s Stores at Circular Quay will be home to Pendulum Hospitality’s newest dining establishment.
Just 45 minutes from Hobart rests Truffle Lodge, a luxury glamping experience like no other.
Meetings and Events Australia (MEA) has announced its National Awards Program has been overhauled, making way for a series of new accolades.
In an Australian convention and exhibition centre first, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) has partnered with HotelsCombined.com.au,
The Star Sydney is celebrating a major win this week at the Good Food Guide Awards where Momofuku Seiōbo took out two hats and Sokyo was awarded one hat.
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux has awarded Business Events Geelong with its Innovation Award.
The eight-story hotel, scheduled to open in 2020, will have easy access to the Darwin Convention Centre, and boasts 240 guest rooms. Learn more here.
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) has released its latest Forward Calendar of International Business Events. Find out the highlights here.
Got a burning idea for next year’s Vivid program? Get your EOI in now.
The redevelopment program is on track for an October 2018 soft opening after a $65 million redevelopment following damage caused by Cyclone Debbie.
Queenstown, New Zealand’s adventure capital, is now home to a brand new Swiss-Belhotel property. Learn more here.