• A unique twist on domestic holidays

    Australia and Beyond Holidays (AABH) is Australia’s newest domestic wholesaler. AABH has an unique “twist” on selling domestic holidays. Established […]

  • TravelBulletin for July 2020

    The July issue of travelBulletin is here and in this month’s issue we look at all the recent innovation we’ve seen in the travel industry. Businesses have been totally disrupted by the coronavirus, but many are tackling the challenges head on and pivoting to new products, businesses and source markets. Read the issue to find out more. Plus we’ve got our trusted news and analysis. All in this month’s issue, check it out now.

  • TravelBulletin for June 2020

    The June issue for travelBulletin is here and it’s a cracker. In this edition’s cover story we ask what does the future of AFTA look like, following the exit of CEO Jayson Westbury who was a hugely visible figure for the organisation, along with the hibernation of the AFTA Chargeback Scheme and the prospect of no income for the rest of the year. Along with answering that important question, this issue also includes a feature on South Australia. With international travel still on pause, now is a perfect time for Aussie to explore their own backyard. We also have our regular cruise and news sections, with analysis and updates of some of the major developments of the last month.

  • TravelBulletin for May 2020

    This month’s issue of travelBulletin includes our usual coverage of all the latest news. In the cover story, Bruce Piper delves into the question of how the travel industry can survive COVID-19 and what recovery might look like. We also have an in-depth breakdown of the Government stimulus packages, who is eligible and what you need to apply.

  • Indigenous Opportunities

    TOURISM and Indigenous culture go hand in hand in many countries around the world. Steve Jones investigates how different companies here in Australia are investing in Aboriginal culture’s rich heritage, and how indigenous people are getting involved with showing their homeland and traditions to tourists.

  • Luxury trekking

    The words luxury and trekking are not often found in the same sentence, however trekking isn’t all about mud, sweat and tears writes Emma Lovell.

  • Step back in Thailand Time

    See a new side of the Land of Smiles by visiting its ancient capital, writes Kristie Kellahan.

  • Time Travellers

    Dr Who might take to his Tardis to travel through time, but visitors to Israel and Jordan can do the same by coach or car, and uncover thousands of years of history, writes Brian Johnston.

  • United Kingdom cruise restart goes gangbusters

    IN early March, the United Kingdom’s Minister for Aviation & Maritime Robert Courts gave the okay for domestic cruises to begin from 17 May.

  • CLIA view: Now is the time for a path forward

    JOEL Katz, Managing Director CLIA Australasia

  • Flying under the weight of COVID

    QATAR Airways has found itself right at the epicentre of Australia’s fight against the spread of coronavirus, negotiating the maze of ever-changing restrictions as it maintained the country’s aviation links with the rest of the world over the last 12 months. The carrier has continued its operations despite the incredible complexities forced by the closure of international borders and hotel quarantine limitations, putting its local team on the front lines of repatriation efforts. What has been behind this stellar effort? Bruce Piper investigates.

  • All for one and one for all on industry reboot

    THREE of Australia’s key industry suppliers have banded together for a series of roadshows across the country, with the aim of helping leave the travails of 2020 firmly in the rear view mirror. Norwegian Cruise Line, Club Med and the Globus Family of Brands believe now is the time to “press CTRL ALT DELETE” on the last 12 months, with a total of 17 joint Reboot, Regroup, Reconnect 2021 events set to take place in six states from this month.