“The World is Coming…” promotional campaign will showcase the massive calendar of events coming to the Sunshine Coast in 2016 and into 2017.
The Tourism & Transport Forum Australia (TTF) is encouraging the Australian tourism industry to express its opposition to the Federal Government’s $540 million backpacker tax.
The latest Visit California TV ad encourages Australian travellers to “dream big’’ on their next California vacation and showcases the state’s laid-back, anything-is-possible attitude.
New Zealand waterways are again suffering abuse at the hands of weak legislation, just over the past week, several articles have highlighted cases of farm cattle in high country lakes and rivers.
Expedia.com has released the results of the Expedia Passenger Preferences Index, a worldwide study that examined the preferences and behaviours of fliers on a country-by-country basis.
Festivities will not only be in the city of Lucerne, but in the entire region surrounding Lake Lucerne
Thailand’s visitor arrivals in 2015 hit an all-time record of 29.88 million (+20.44%) and generated around 1.44 trillion Baht.
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) Sydney office’s official website has been given a makeover.
The coastal and aquatic experiences of Sydney and NSW lit up New York this week when Tourism Australia launched its new global campaign in Bryant Park on 25 January 2016.
Be Embraced by Mana In New Tahiti Tourisme Campaign Tahiti Tourisme has launched its latest global campaign and it all comes down to one word – Mana.
Tourism Australia has launched its latest campaign, which is focused on highlighting the country's world-class aquatic and coastal experiences.
Thailand announced at the ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) that it will pursue an aspiring target to grow tourism revenue to 2.41 trillion Baht (66.5 billion US dollars).
Queensland tourism operators are predicting a vintage year for the state’s $23 billion tourism industry as established destinations and new attractions lure more people to the Sunshine State.
A new hospital, a redeveloped city centre and an airport expansion are just some of the projects the Sunshine Coast is embarking on as it nears its 50th anniversary.
The recent Stability, Prosperity, and Sustainability Tourism Forum set out to educate the industry and encourage participation in promoting community-based tourism to Thailand.
Japan’s aim of reaching 20 million visitors by 2020 was nearly achieved last year, with preliminary data indicating over 19 million people visited the country in 2015.
TAT is pleased to announce the 36th Thailand Tourism Festival was held successfully, generating over 309 million Baht for the Thai economy and attracting 671,411 visitors.
Into its third year, the ‘More magic in every day’ campaign was again a successful collaborative effort between Tourism NZ, Ski TMN, Air New Zealand and Flight Centre.
Australian visitors accounted for almost 50 per cent of Fiji's record 754,835 visitor arrivals in 2015, according to figures from the Fiji Bureau of Statistics.
As an ambassador, Australian actor Chris Hemsworth will provide an authentic Australian voice to help tell the country's story globally.