Events Mentoring Program
Tourism Australia has partnered with Meetings & Events Australia to launch a national mentoring program designed to grow the leadership skills in the Australian events industry.
The program, launched at AIME 2017, offers Mentees the opportunity to connect with an experienced industry representative to discuss their career. For more information on mentoring or receiving mentorship via the program contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard Lindsay joins ACCI - Tourism
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Lindsay as the Manager of Australian Chamber - Tourism, the leading voice of Australia's growing tourism sector.
Applications for Tourism Australia’s Advance Program now open
The Australian business events industry is invited to submit applications for Tourism Australia’s Advance Program
Restaurant Australia case study video: Brett’s Outback Tasting Tour
Tourism Australia is producing a series of videos showcasing tourism businesses from around the country who are great examples of Restaurant Australia.
Tourism continues to be Australia's star sector
Short-term visitor arrivals to Australia: trend estimates: Short-term visitor arrivals during March 2017 (712,800 movements) increased 0.1% compared with February 2017 (712,200 movements).
Australia celebrates 50 years of tourism marketing
At the Australian Tourism Exchange, the tourism industry celebrated 50 years since the Australian Government started promoting Australia to business and leisure travellers
International tourism gets strong backing from Australians
94 per cent of Australians believe that international tourism is good for the country and 83 per cent are proud of how Australia is promoted overseas
Conversations with Industry - Gold Coast
Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) in partnership with Tourism Australia (TA) and Gold Coast Tourism (GCT) is hosting a free Conversations with Industry – Gold Coast
Tourism Australia - International Market Updates
Find out about Australia's 16 core tourism markets