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In response to the growing demand globally for food and wine as part of the travel experience, Tourism Australia will be shining the spotlight on Australia’s culinary credentials for the rest of the world to see.
Tourism operators from across the four corners of NSW were celebrated this morning at a lively, fun and engaging festival to officially launch the 2014 NSW Tourism Awards at First Fleet Park, Circular Quay.
Dr Meredith Wray has joined the International Centre for Responsible Tourism-Australia as a director where she and will apply her valuable community and social sustainability expertise.
The Chief Executive of the State’s peak business group, NSW Business Chamber, Stephen Cartwright, says the funding package announced by the Prime Minister for Western Sydney is great news for the State’s economy. “What is most pleasing is that there is a commitment to get the Badgery’s Creek development right from the start – and…
The departure of the current Chief Executive Officer for Hills Hawkesbury & Riverlands Tourism has opened up a position to manage the organisation. In doing so HHART wish to call an EOI for initial discussions with the working party assigned to this position replacement. Due to a number of activities on the horizon for this organisation…
Sydney’s major events momentum continues through the winter months with a wide variety of sporting, stage and cultural experiences set to engage locals, interstate and international visitors, Minister for Tourism and Major Events, George Souris, announced today. Visitors will Love Every Second of winter in Sydney, with an exciting and spectacular array of Sydney-only events…
Brett Godfrey founder of Virgin Australia proposed to the NSW government to operate the state’s first “great walk” by building private lodges within the Blue Mountains national park.
The North Coast Destination Network (the region’s regional tourism organisation) has formed a working partnership with community content specialists, Common Ground Australia, to further promote the colour and character along The Legendary Pacific Coast.
NSW South Coast is making it easier for food lover to explore the estuary delights of the South Coast. On Saturday 5th April 2014, the Australia’s first oyster-based food trail was launched at the Narooma Oyster Festival.
Sydney: Last night, Australia’s event industry VIPs were treated to a maritime spectacular at the official launch of the Australian National Maritime Museum’s newest venue – Lighthouse Gallery.