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Tourism hotspots ‘face devastation’ after weekend of storms, floods and slips

Tourism hotspots on the West Coast will be largely cut off for eight weeks after a weekend of heavy rain, slips and floodwaters that forced the closure of three key roads on the South Island, effectively cutting it in half. A massive landslide at Mt Hercules means State Highway 6 between Harihari …

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New superyacht law passed in parliament opens door for city

No Cookies To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser. To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below. Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously …

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MCG pitch debacle: Perth ready to pounce on Boxing Day Test

The Western Australian government and tourism chiefs are ready to back a bid should there be an opportunity, with a multi-million dollar deal needed to secure a deal – should CA be open to discussions. McKenna will meet with CA chairman Earl Eddings and Roberts this week ahead of the …

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Australia and South Pacific Tourism Spend Analytics: Overview & Forecast Market Projected to be Resilient During 2025

The record at the Australia and South Pacific Tourism Spend Analytics: Overview Forecast Market printed by means of Long term Market Insights (FMI) supplies a transparent working out of the flight of the Australia and South Pacific Tourism Spend Analytics: Overview Forecast Market over the forecast length 2025. The find …

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‘Not a good look’: Bushfire smoke threatens to pollute Sydney’s tourist image

Felicity Picken, a lecturer in Western Sydney University’s School of Social Sciences and Psychology, said ongoing air pollution in cities such as Beijing affected visitor numbers. “It is fair to say that tourists visiting Sydney at the moment are feeling less comfortable than they anticipated at the time of booking, …

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Everglades tours enters eco hall of fame

A NOOSA River tour experience has been inducted into Eco-tourism Australia’s Hall of Fame. Everglades Eco Safaris has been given the honour at the Global Eco Asia Pacific Tourism Conference gala dinner held at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, north of Cairns for its Noosa Eveglades adventures. Owned and operated by …

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Cheap flights from Australia to South Korea as Jetstar launches Seoul route

SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Pin to Pinterest PIN Link Jetstar will fly Boeing 787 Dreamliners on its new Seoul route. Share Post on facebook wall Share on twitter Share via Email Pin to Pinterest Share on Google Plus Jetstar has launched its new route into Asia, …

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National Disability Service calls for a rethink on NT Government’s tourism strategy

Posted December 08, 2019 11:49:38 Photo: Mobi-Matting was originally designed for defence in France but then they realised it could also be used by people in wheelchairs. (Supplied: Push Mobility) Audio: Greens propose $1 billion accessibility fund in bid to end ‘disability segregation’ (Breakfast) Audio: Travelling with disabilities (Blueprint for …

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Runaway warming could sink fishing, reef tourism, experts warn

LONDON • Countries from Egypt to Mexico could lose 95 per cent of their income from coral reef tourism, and parts of West Africa could see their ocean fisheries decline by 85 per cent by the turn of the century if planet-warming emissions continue to rise, ocean experts have warned. …

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