Essentials 16 April 2014

Essentials this week… Australia Week in China | Restaurant Australia | Food and wine promotion in US | Self-drive Tasmania | HK digital series| One Voice campaign in Malaysia | UK 'two week' campaign| European Product Workshop| Virgin Australia ASP module| Queensland Easter campaign| Royals to visit Blue Mountains| Review of China ADS | Badgerys Creek airport | and more…

Restaurant Australia

Tourism Australia is issuing a ‘Rally Cry’ for businesses and industry to share the stories behind their food and wine experience as part of a new campaign push to put Australia at the top of the menu for international visitors. Industry can now share stories of their food, wine or beverage experience at the campaign’s online hub, www.australia.com/restaurantaustralia.

Aboriginal Tourism News - April 2014

Articles in this edition include: Indigenous Tourism Champions at ATE14, Welcome to Our New Champions, Gagudju Dreaming Rebrands as Kakadu Tourism, New Cultural Safari into North East Arnhem Land, Koomal Dreaming Partners with Accommodation Provider, Yolŋgu Dhukar Cultural Adventures, and more

 

 

Australian Stories 10 April 2014

In the news this week - five Australian restaurants feature in Top 100, the greatest holiday in Australia, Good Food Month Brisbane, Hotel Hotel opens in Canberra, Cape Leeuwin launches audio tours, hot operas for Sydney and more.

Starring role for Melbourne in Tourism Australia's new Food and Wine push

Melbourne’s famous laneways, bustling bar scene and city centre dining experiences are set to play a starring role in Tourism Australia’s latest tourism push, filming for which has just wrapped up in the Victorian capital city.

Starring role for Whitsundays in Tourism Australia's new Food and Wine push

Seafood, fresh local produce and the spectacular scenery of the Whitsundays are set to play a starring role in Tourism Australia’s latest tourism push, filming for which has just wrapped up on Hamilton Island.

Starring role for Sydney Harbour in Tourism Australia's new Food and Wine push

Sydney’s world famous harbour, one of its international award-winning harbour-side restaurants and its top chef are set to play a starring role in Tourism Australia’s latest tourism push, filming for which has just wrapped up in the NSW capital.

Starring role for Tasmania in Tourism Australia's new Food and Wine push

Tasmania's breathtaking scenery and the island's fresh seafood are set to play a starring role in Tourism Australia’s latest tourism push, filming for which has just wrapped up in the Freycinet Peninsula.

Starring role for Rottnest Island in Tourism Australia's new Food and Wine push

Outdoor adventure, fresh seafood and the stunning coastal scenery of Rottnest Island is to play a starring role in Tourism Australia’s latest tourism push, filming for which has just wrapped up in Western Australia.

Starring role for Uluru dining experience in Tourism Australia's new Food and Wine push

A magical sunset and open-air dining experience enjoyed from a luxury wilderness camp against the backdrop of Uluru is to play a starring role in Tourism Australia’s latest tourism push, filming for which has just wrapped up in Australia’s red centre.

Starring role for Canberra's 'Poachers Pantry' in Tourism Australias new Food and Wine push

Fresh local produce and the spectacular Canberra countryside are set to play a starring role in Tourism Australia’s latest tourism push, filming for which has just wrapped up at the Poachers Pantry on the outskirts of the nation’s capital city.

Starring role for the Barossa in Tourism Australia's new food and wine push

The spectacular scenery, rolling hills and vineyards of the Barossa Valley are set to play a starring role in Tourism Australia’s latest tourism push, filming for which has just wrapped up in South Australia.

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Australian Stories 17 April 2014

In the news this week - El Questro reopens, Dark Mofo announces lineup, the Stinking Bishops of Newtown, Head On Photo Festival announces program, 2015 host city travel guides for sport fans and more.

Essentials 16 April 2014

Essentials this week… Australia Week in China | Restaurant Australia | Food and wine promotion in US | Self-drive Tasmania | HK digital series| One Voice campaign in Malaysia | UK 'two week' campaign| European Product Workshop| Virgin Australia ASP module| Queensland Easter campaign| Royals to visit Blue Mountains| Review of China ADS | Badgerys Creek airport | and more…

Markets and Statistics

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To achieve the Tourism 2020 Strategy, Tourism Australia will focus the majority of its global marketing resources on markets which represent the greatest potential for tourism growth to 2020.

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Tourism Australia provides research services to the industry through consumer and market insights, plus tourism, aviation and economic analysis. We are responsible for identifying and understanding the needs and drives for consumer segments that give the greatest return on investment.

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