Tourism Malaysia is pleased to announce that its Sydney office has relocated from Clarence Street to new premises at Suite 6.01, Level 6, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000.
SSM PR is delighted to announce its appointment as Tourism Malaysia’s new Australian PR agency.
Australia's leading luxury travel exhibition, Luxperience, begun in Sydney yesterday.
Tourism Australia has chosen the first 31 China travel agents for its Key Distribution Partners program.
At an exclusive event in Sydney last night, KTO announced X-Factor 2013 winner Dami Im as the new face of Korea in Australia.
Coinciding with the anniversary of its third year of operations, Inland NSW has released its ‘scorecard’ of achievements.
Tourism Tasmania’s CEO, John Fitzgerald today reported that their two-day old national marketing campaign was already showing impressive results.
Following a robust nationwide tender process, Tourism Western Australia has announced cummins&partners as its new strategic marketing and communications agency.
Cruise Whitsundays will move to its new custom built terminal at Port Airlie on 6 September.
More than 70 per cent of Tasmanian tour operators have signed onto a destination program to market the state as the world's greenest hotspot.
Tourism Australia has recognised a number of restaurants in The Rocks precinct in Sydney as Australia's best.
Travellers the world over have revealed their passion for the Canadian Rocky Mountain province of Alberta, with Travel Alberta’s (remember to breathe) YouTube video now surpassing three million views...
QTIC believes Queensland will become one of Australia’s most desirable states in which to live, if The Queensland Plan can be successfully implemented.
The WA government has renewed a three year marketing agreement with China Southern.
Destination marketing company Gate 7 has scored another big client, signing Mexico's Los Cabos Tourism Board.
Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) has launched a new tourism brand to the world - 'Imagine your Korea'.
As Australia celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures during NAIDOC week, Tourism Australia acknowledged the efforts of the country's Indigenous Tourism Champions in providing enrich...
Tourism Australia will now shift its focus to the Chinese luxury market by developing specialist travel agents.
Tahiti Tourisme has launched a new global brand drawing on the unrivalled natural beauty, secluded luxury and authentic culture of The Islands of Tahiti.
Travel Alberta has deemed its new experiential trade events a huge success following the final event on the weekend.