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Meet 8 month old Archer, the tough little Koala joey melting the hearts of Keepers at Featherdale Wildlife Park in Western Sydney.
King Street Theatre gives theatre goers a feast of enriching productions and aims to nurture all artists King Street Theatre, formerly known as Newtown Theatre, officially opened its new curtain on Friday 27 April 2012 to an open house, inviting performing arts enthusiasts, local residents and partners of the theatre to celebrate.
Tourism Industry Council NSW is saddened to hear of the passing of Cartoscope Managing Director Carrol Cummings following a battle with cancer late last week.
Vivid Sydney is breaking all previous records with more than 270,000 visitors welcomed during its first weekend, Deputy Premier and Minister for Tourism and Major Events Andrew Stoner announced on Thursday 29th May. “Vivid Sydney is dazzling audiences once again, with opening weekend visitors up 170 per cent on last year,” Mr Stoner said.
The state’s peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber applauds the Federal Budget for its support of key infrastructure projects in NSW such as the Badgerys Creek airport and WestConnex while at the same time confronting Australia’s fiscal realities.
Almost 700 Australian businesses have so far shared their top eating and drinking tourism experiences as part of Tourism Australia’s new Restaurant Australia campaign, aimed at putting Australia at the top of the menu for international visitors.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Tourism and Major Events Andrew Stoner is encouraging the State’s regional tourism providers to apply for NSW Government funding under the Regional Visitor Economy Fund (RVEF).
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.