Voyages has launched a new fine dining experience, Mayu Wiru, which will commence nightly at Ayers Rock Resort from 22 October 2017.
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The new relationship will better connect the region to the global community of exhibition industry professional. More details here.
The service, which will commence from December, is expected to bring 170,000 extra visitors to Queensland over four years.
Sofitel Wellington is set to welcome its first guests from October.
AIA is the largest independent publicly listed Asian Life insurance group, and 1,200 of their top performers will be arriving on the Gold Coast today.
The Logies will be hosted at The Star’s newly redeveloped integrated resort from next July under a
landmark deal to bring the glittering black-tie event to Queensland.
Tourism New Zealand and Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) have re-signed for a fifth year a Memorandum of Understanding.
NSW has made Australian tourism history, setting several new national records and a series of NSW all-time records for overseas visitation.
Organisers of new or second-year events in rural and regional NSW, from January to June next year, can now apply for funding under round one of the 2018 Incubator Event Fund
Sunshine Tower Hotel in Cairns has completed a multi-million dollar refurbishment program which includes new contemporary furnishings and fittings and a fresh lick of paint to its rooms and public areas.
The iconic “hub” of Airlie Beach is back up and running following the reopening of the Airlie Lagoon last week.
New Zealand’s opposition Labour Party has this week announced plans to introduce an all-new NZ$25 (AU$22.80) tourist tax.
The beauty of the Great Barrier Reef will lure up to 8000 delegates to Cairns in 2019.
The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) says it is making unreserved efforts to coordinate and handle various tasks in the wake of Typhoon Hato.
Perth’s hotel market is set to be the target of an urgent marketing campaign by Tourism Western Australia as occupancy and room rates hit the lowest levels seen in close to a decade.
The twice-weekly flights on Jetstar’s Boeing 787 aircraft, are expected to bring an additional 35,000 Chinese tourists to Australia each year.
More than 600 distributors from Malaysian based direct selling company, Sahajidah Hai-O Marketing experienced the Gold Coast last week.
Business Events Cairns and Great Barrier Reef doubled the number of business events secured in 2016-17 for the destination which will deliver a $45 million boost to the Cairns regional economy.
Luxperience has revealed overnight the finalists for its prestigious awards which are set to take place on 19 September at Doltone House.
Melbourne has successfully secured the largest conference ever to be held in Victoria: the Lions Clubs International 2024 (LCIC24) and Spice has the details.