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Australian Trade Minister Steve Ciobo heads to China as football diplomacy breaks the ice

Posted May 16, 2018 05:32:26 Photo: About 11,000 spectators from China and Port Adelaide were present for 2017’s round 8 match between the Power and the Suns. (AAP: Tracey Nearmy) The second-year excitement of an AFL premiership points match in China may have died down, but this year’s match between …

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Global tourism’s big carbon footprint – UQ News – The University of …

The true cost of our desire to travel, from flights to souvenirs, has been determined through a comprehensive study that reveals global tourism is a significant and growing contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. The research found the global tourism footprint of tourism-related greenhouse gas emission is four times greater than …

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Say G’day to China: Chinese tourism biggest gain for Aussie economy since mining boom

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3 ways to profit from the tourism boom

This morning the Australian Bureau of Statistics released its inbound tourism data for the month of March. According to the release, Australia welcomed 761,800 short term visitors onto its shores during the month, which was a 5.3% increase on the prior corresponding period. The biggest drivers of this growth was …

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Chinese tourism hits new heights, but is business ready?

Understanding the ne and wants of Chinese visitors and, most importantly, using this knowledge to create better quality tourism experiences, are essential to ensuring they get the most from their trip. Chinese tourists have officially leapfrogged their New Zealand counterparts to become the top source of inbound visitors to Australia. …

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Global tourism’s big carbon footprint

The true cost of our desire to travel, from flights to souvenirs, has been determined through a comprehensive study that reveals global tourism is a significant and growing contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. The research found the global tourism footprint of tourism-related greenhouse gas emission is four times greater than …

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Mauboy falls short at Eurovision but gets big tick of approval from the Northern Territory

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ATEC welcomes budget boost for regional tourism

The 2018 Federal Budget provided good news for Australian tourism, delivering a much-needed boost to the tourism export sector through investment in destination marketing and support for regional tourism development according to the Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC). ATEC has welcomed the marginal increase in funding for Tourism Australia and …

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Australia’s top restaurants: grand designs take destination dining to new levels

Chester Osborn, the D’Arenberg winemaker who conceived of and helped design the Cube, says the venue is pitched at a wide audience. “It’s for wine lovers, as well as those who are new to wine. It’s for those who are interested in art, design, architecture. It’s for those who are …

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More and more Aussies ditching phones, social media to visit national parks, surrounding towns

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