Qantas names new Dreamliner fleet
More than 60,000 suggestions were put forward and 45,000 votes cast in selecting the names of Qantas' fleet of eight Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners that will fly routes including Perth to London and Melbourne to Los Angeles.
The final names are: Great Barrier Reef; Boomerang; Skippy; Waltzing Matilda; Uluru; Great Southern Land; Quokka; and Dreamtime. Tourism Australia Managing John O'Sullivan said the names connect with and capture what is so unique and distinctive about Australia. “The Reef and the Rock, our native animals and Indigenous heritage play such an important part in the promotion of Australia," he said.
Regional wine tourism gets a boost
Export and Regional Wine Support Package, to support sustainable export growth and increased international wine tourism to Australia.
There’s nothing like Australia – especially when it comes to quality food and wine experiences
In response to the growing demand globally for food and wine as part of the travel experience, Tourism Australia’s There’s Nothing Like Australia campaign put the spotlight on Australia’s finest array of produce served in the most stunning locations in the world.
Australia's best new restaurants
This month, Australia’s best new restaurants champion excellent local produce through the sleek, modern Australian bistro.
Anthony Huckstep provides a wrap up of the dining experiences Australians are queuing up for, including a landmark Sydney opening and a Melbourne bar with a multimillion dollar makeover.
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International Visitors spend more than $40.6 billion
Spending by international tourists visiting Australia has reached a new record - exceeding $40 billion for the first time. International visitors spent a record $40.6 billion in the year to June 2017, an increase of 7 per cent on the previous year.
Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook
Australian tourism has had another 'remarkable year of growth' according to Deloitte Access Economics’ latest Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook report for the year to June 2017.