Tourism is booming - the facts speak for themselves
Australia’s visitor economy continues to go from strength to strength in 2016 with a strong performance in January's ABS figures.
The ABS Overseas Arrivals figures released this week confirm that 7.5 million people travelled to Australia in the 12 months to January 2016 - up 9.3 per cent on the previous year.
The sector is growing and it is an opportune time to start your career in a sector that will help sustain the country's economic growth into the future.
Why not examine some career pathway options at Discover Tourism and Discover Hospitality and kick start your career now.
Tourism Research Australia - latest publications
A number of publications have been released in the last few months and are now available on the Tourism Research Australia website
Government support for tourism businesses
Tourism Australia has published a list of Federal Government support available for Australian tourism businesses.
Butcher Aspire - put some meat on your career bones!
Interested in starting your butchery career? HTN is looking for individuals to undertake the HTN Aspire Program at Granville TAFE with the opportunity to score a butchery apprenticeship with HTN at the end.
, industry news
Signature Experiences showcased to British trade and media
Tourism Australia hosted two events in London last week to update luxury travel sellers and media on Tourism Australia’s premium strategy and the Signature Experiences of Australia program.
National Visitor Survey results
Tourism Research Australia released the latest National Visitor Survey reporting on domestic tourism the 12 months to June 2018.
Tourism Australia signs new strategic partnerships in China
Tourism Australia signed two strategic deals in China this week with Cathay Pacific Airways and Mafengwo.com, one of the top Chinese digital travel platforms.
New UnDiscover Australia campaign launches In South and South East Asia
Tourism Australia has launched a new A$10 million campaign targeting high value travellers in India, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia by showcasing unusual, unfamiliar and unexpected attractions and experiences.
Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Sydney’s eastern beaches from 18 October – 4 November 2018. From Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach