After the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) allowed Expedia 100 per cent of Wotif, the industry is concerned of the impact it may have.
Yesterday discussions began between the Australian Government and Sydney Airport Group about the proposal for a Western Sydney airport at Badgerys Creek.
Destination Port Stephens will run two customer service training workshops for local businesses this month to help them maintain top service standards through the busy summer holiday period.
Most analysis of visitor data only looks back 12 months. But recent growth conceals the fact that over the long term regional tourism in the country is static.
PATA and Tourism Events Queensland have made a new partnership to enhance the tourism industry in the state.
ATAS has scored a 98 percent satisfaction rating in a recent online satisfaction survey.
Tourism Australia bestowed as ‘best destination’ at World Routes in Chicago.
Three Queensland tourism businesses have been recognised for their innovative and entrepreneurial ideas as part of the second annual Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC) Prize for Innovation in...
With the G20 summit close on the horizon, Queensland is set to shine.
Tourism Australia’s Restaurant Australia campaign gains momentum on an international level with high profile launch events that will be held at the end of September and around the world.
TEQ and PATA announced their exclusive new partnership that will provide Queensland tourism businesses with access to the latest Asia-Pacific visitor research.
The TCEB explained the actions it is taking to improve Thailand MICE tourism at a recent media familiarisation trip.
NSW has continued to record higher numbers of nights, visitors and expenditure than any other state.
InterContinental Double Bay has unveiled new design features.
Brisbane and Abu Dhabi have reconfirmed their sister city relationship, following a Brisbane trade delegation to the UAE capital.
Tigerair Australia has introduced measures to help passengers not break carry-on baggage limit rules.
Support for the industry-led accreditation scheme, ATAS, continues to grow with an impressive 2,000 agents now accredited under the scheme.
The Board of Time is delighted to announce the results of this years Silent Auction which has resulted in over $8,000 being raised.
The JNTO hosted a Japan roadshow at Customs House last night.
MCEC has just officially completed its most successful month and year in history.