The region will welcome hundreds of delegates for two major national conferences in 2019.
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The new print magazine provides New Zealand event planners with the latest news and ideas for Australian incentive programs.
The island has undergone a two-year redevelopment, following Cyclone Debbie in early 2017.
October was a stellar month for the city, with nine international conferences taking place.
The future is bright for Australia’s business events sector, with almost 400 international events secured.
Business Events Geelong took 40 Melbourne event profs on the long lunch that dreams are made of.
The city has welcomed strong visitation and a major accolade following the games.
International Festivals & Events Association has revealed the 2018 World Festival & Event City Award winners.
The announcement follows an extensive recruitment process to find a new CEO.
The city secured more than 100 business events worth a total $45 million.
Tourism Australia and China Southern Airlines have signed a first-ever deal to develop business events.
More than 1500 international guests will visit the region for one of the largest sport summits in the world.
The plan aims to triple overnight visitor spending by 2030 and boost regional business events.
The multi-million-dollar redevelopment will see Great Keppel Island become the first cryptocurrency-enabled island in the world.
The Dorsett will be among a group of hotels on the coast with more than 300 rooms and be the second biggest in the Broadbeach region behind only The Star Grand.
Ardent, the owner of Dreamworld, reaffirms its focus on theme park safety with another new appointment
Capitalising on strong awareness and demand for Australia by Chinese incentive planners, the Showcase will provide key buyers and media from this important market with the opportunity to experience Australia’s event delivery capability and business events offering first-hand.
The landscapes and fascinating culture of Australia’s Red Centre were recently on display when a group of specialist event planners from Australia and New Zealand participated in Uluru Showcase.
The two organisations have re-signed their Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that confirms cooperative activity in securing business events to New Zealand.
The 750 pax Joymain group was Adelaide’s largest single incentive visit and is the second time the company has visited Australia with first being to Sydney in 2015.