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Cheap flights to be a boost to Exmouth tourism

Visitation to Exmouth is set to boom with the announcement of affordable flights between Perth and the Ningaloo town announced last week. Qantas, in partnership with the State Government, will trial the cheap flights over the peak travel season, starting on June 7. The $169 one-way fares will apply to …

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Saudi Arabia Outbound Tourism Market Report 2019-2025: Holiday, Visit Friends and Relatives (VFR), Business (MICE) & Others (Education, Medical Treatment)

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Australian domestic tourism continues to perform strong

For nearly a decade now Australian domestic tourism has been a growing sector. Except for a little blip in 2009 Australians have been spending more and more every year on domestic travel and holidays. At the end of 2018 overnight spend from domestic tourists rose by 13 per cent to …

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Tiger to tee off golf tourism in Australia

Tiger Woods’ win last week at the iconic Augusta golf course to clinch the US Masters title is being hailed as one of the greatest comebacks in sporting history. Aside from overcoming a turbulent few years marred by controversy and injury, it also proved to be one of the biggest …

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Wieden & Kennedy cleans up at the Webbys

Wieden Kennedy was named agency of the year at the 23rd Annual Webby Awards in New York last night, on the back of award-winning work including Nike’s Colin Kaepernick “Dream Crazy” tweet, Bud Light’s “Dilly Dilly” and KFC’s “Return of Colonel Sanders.” Following its big wins last week at Ad Age’s A-List and Creativity …

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ALP matches regional airport funds

With the Federal Opposition pledging to create a $100 fund for regional airports, maintaining Australia’s aviation network now has bipartisan support. The Australian Airports Association (AAA) has welcomed the ALP’s commitment to supply the investment through its Regional Tourism Fund if elected. AAA Chief Executive Officer, Caroline Wilkie, said the …

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Sri Lanka attacks: Perth couple named among Aussie, British victims

“Soul mates” Dr Sally Bradley and her husband Bill Harrop were staying in the Cinnamon Grand Hotel when one of the seven suicide bombers struck. The couple had been living in Perth since 2013 where Dr Bradley was practising medicine, fulfilling their dream to move to Australia. Mr Harrop dropped …

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Australia Banks on the Power of Thor to Attract Chinese Tourists

Australian tourism hopes to get a boost in arrivals following actor Chris Hemsworth’s recent trip to Shanghai on the “Avengers: Endgame” press tour. Hemsworth’s popularity in China (he has more than 450,000 followers on Weibo) along with the release of the film in mainland China on April 24 could give …

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Sydney hotel returns slump as “nervous” operators undercut one another

The STR figures follow the latest Hotel Price Index published by Hotels.com which showed Queensland coastal markets such as the Whitsunday Islands and Port Douglas were experiencing stronger growth in prices paid by international guests than hotel markets like Sydney and the other capital cities. Leading hotel analyst Dean Dransfield …

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$200m cash splash for regional tourism under Labor plan

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