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Trade Minister visits New Zealand and Australia

Minister for Investment Graham Stuart visits New Zealand and Australia, the first Department for International Trade minister to do so since the opening of consultations on future trade relationships Minister promoted opportunities for UK firms in NZ infrastructure and launches a joint UK-Australia investment report which shows UK is now …

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Vietnamese tourism shines in Australia, New Zealand

The Vietnam tourism promotion programme for Australia and New Zealand arrived in Sydney on the evening of August 15 as part of its five-city tour. Scene at the event The event, organised by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and supported by 15 Vietnamese tourism companies, toured around four …

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Australia could house around 900,000 more migrants if we no …

Many who fear Australia’s population boom believe we should be cutting down on immigration. They blame immigration for congestion and expenditure of environmental and other vital resources. They say Australia’s cities are becoming overcrowded and cannot sustain more people. But if Australia were to cut down on immigration, it would …

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Koala Cuddling, Secluded Beaches, and Sailing in the Whitsundays in Australia

One of the best places to experience the Aussie laid-back lifestyle while surrounding yourself with jaw-dropping natural wonders is the Whitsunday Islands. The adventures range from truly relaxing to adventurous. Thanks to our friends at Tourism Australia, “Extra” and our Aussie native co-host, Renee headed to the land down under …

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Tourism Research Australia partners with Angus & Associates to monitor tourism’s social licence

Angus Associates has announced that Tourism Research Australia (TRA) will be its lead country partner in Australia for its Views on Tourism research program. Announcing the link, Angus Associates Managing Director Cristine Angus advised “we welcome TRA’s involvement (as) it underlines the importance of the research program as it moves …

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How Tourism Australia Cut Through The “Sea of Sameness”

Speaking at the Adobe Symposium yesterday morning, Tourism Australia managing director John O’Sullivan shared the company’s strategy and thinking behind the highly coveted and awarded Crocodile Dundee Super Bowl Ad Campaign. O’Sullivan said Tourism Australia’s job is about one simple thing: it wants to make Australia the most desirable and memorable …

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Australian Regional Tourism Convention heading to Tweed

In 2018 the overarching theme is “pushing the boundaries”, with topics including the federal policy industry settings, agritourism, regional aviation and the future of visitor information centres in Australia. NSW Minister for Tourism and Major Events Adam Marshall said the convention will provide the perfect opportunity to put the Tweed …

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Australia welcomes 19% more Indians between June 2017-May 2018

MUMBAI: Australia witnessed 19 per cent growth in tourist arrivals between June 2017-May 2018, with 330,700 Indians visiting the country. Around 277,100 Indians travelled to the Down Under during June 2016 and May 2017, according to Australian Tourism data. This has made India the eighth largest inbound market, after China, …

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Australia could house around 900000 more migrants if we no longer let in tourists

Many who fear Australia’s population boom believe we should be cutting down on immigration. They blame immigration for congestion and expenditure of environmental and other vital resources. They say Australia’s cities are becoming overcrowded and cannot sustain more people. But if Australia were to cut down on immigration, it would …

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Cutting Through The “Sea of Sameness”: Tourism Australia MD

Speaking at the Adobe Symposium yesterday morning, Tourism Australia managing director John O’Sullivan shared the company’s strategy and thinking behind the highly coveted and awarded Crocodile Dundee Super Bowl Ad Campaign. O’Sullivan said Tourism Australia’s job is about one simple thing: it wants to make Australia the most desirable and memorable …

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