• TravelBulletin Sep 2014

    The million dollar club, Dubai committed to tourism growth, Post World Cup bounce for South America, Apartment hotels – untapped markets, Aussies looking further afield in China and much more

  • TravelBulletin Sep 2014

  • Events elevate Queensland

    QUEENSLAND strengthened its appeal as a vibrant business events destination last year, and is set to elevate it even further in the next 12 months and beyond, with the state’s calendar of events for 2020 expected to inject $880 million into the economy — a huge increase from the $380 million it generated in 2015.

  • BEA View

    AT Business Events Australia, Tourism Australia’s specialist business events unit, we’re doing everything we can to support the local business events community right now and in the medium to longer term to ensure our industry continues to thrive.

  • Preparing for the smoke to clear

    THE devastating bushfires across Australia in recent weeks have hit tourism hard, with visitors cancelling bookings at what is usually the busiest time of the year. Images of the catastrophe have led news bulletins across the globe, creating the impression that the entire nation is burning. While authorities continue to deal with the immediate impact of the fires, experts are still unsure as to what the long-term impact on the Australian tourism industry may be. Adam Bishop investigates.

  • Emerald to welcome yacht

    THE Scenic Group has begun construction of a new 100-passenger superyacht, set to operate under its brand new cruise brand, Emerald Yacht Cruises.

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