Canberra themed vending machines will be set up in areas of high foot traffic in Sydney and Melbourne between 25 and 31 May 2018.
Business Tourism News
A female Traditional Owner will be at the helm of one of Australia’s oldest Aboriginal tourism businesses following the appointment of Djabugay descendant Shirley Hollingsworth as Tjapukai General Manager.
Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC) is seeking a Business Events Manager to boost meetings and events into the region.
The Gold Coast’s International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) country and city ranking has risen 131 places between 2016 and 2017.
Tourism Australia’s specialist unit, Business Events Australia, will highlight Australia’s strengths as an incentive and association destination.
Guidelines for the Regional Events and Innovation Fund (REIF) to support businesses to secure and develop a strong calendar of regional events for Victoria were released today.
Sails Port Macquarie unveiled a brand new multi-million dollar function centre, which overlooks the idyllic port, at a glamourous launch event attended by 300 VIP guests last week (11 May 2018).
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) has welcomed the Federal Government’s modest increase in funding for Tourism Australia.
Meetings NZ organisers have revealed what they have in store for the 650 hosted buyers, media and exhibitors who will arrive in Auckland at the end of the month.
Applications are now open for the Business Events Australia 2018/19 Advance Program.
Diversified Communications has announced several key changes to this year’s Luxperience, to be held in Sydney on 16 – 19 September 2018.
Fitzroy Island Resort will undergo a $2.5 million refurbishment and expand its Great Barrier Reef […]
Thousands of delegates including key Australian sellers and buyers from more than 30 countries will descend on Perth next year for the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE19).
Perth Convention Bureau (PCB) has appointed Nicolle Davey as its new executive director stakeholder relations.
Move over New Zealand because China has officially overtaken our neighbours across the ditch to become Australia’s largest inbound visitor market for the first time.
Approximately 2,400 AIA Hong Kong delegates landed in Melbourne late last week to take part in an incentive touring program across Victoria.
Melbourne developer Capital Alliance has unveiled the first images of the first Marriott to be built in Australia in 20 years. Get a sneak peek here.
Daydream Island Resort has announced it will increase its renovation investment by $14 million to a total of $100 million.
BESC has secured the right to host the Australian Amusement Leisure & Recreation Association (AALARA) Conference at Novotel Twin Waters Resort in May.
Following the success of the NSW Regional Conferencing Development Grants Pilot Program, the NSW Government has committed a further $300k to attract more business events across the State.