Careers

Who are we?

Tourism Australia is the Australian Government agency responsible for attracting international visitors to Australia, both for leisure and business events. We are acknowledged as one of the most innovative and successful tourism marketing organisations in the world.

Our workforce comprises around 220 people approximately half of whom are based in our head office in Sydney, Australia and half across 11 regional offices in Auckland, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Mumbai, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo.

Living the TA way - our values

At Tourism Australia we are passionate about Australia and about promoting its many unique attributes to the world.

The TA Way is about creating a strong, healthy and positive culture at Tourism Australia.

United – we are one team

  • Value relationships
  • Communicate openly
  • Respect others' opinions
  • Be inclusive and fair

Positive – we are optimistic

  • Believe in ourselves and each other
  • Nurture talent
  • Look for opportunities to develop
  • Be welcoming

Genuine – we are authentic

  • Believe in what we do
  • Act with integrity at all times
  • Accept responsibility
  • Offer constructive solutions

Commercial – we deliver results

  • Ensure we add value
  • Engage with risk and have confidence in our judgement
  • Commit to excellence
  • Think strategically at all levels

Innovative – we are creative thinkers

  • Try new and daring ideas
  • Learn from our successes and failures
  • Collaborate globally
  • Look for opportunities to improve

Why work with us?

The benefits of working with Tourism Australia are numerous.

  • Gain experience and insight into the marketing and research of the tourism industry
  • Work with passionate, dedicated, fun teams
  • Parental leave
  • Career break leave
  • Competitive superannuation
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Health & Well Being program

To find out more, please contact the Tourism Australia head office at vacancy@tourism.australia.com.

Giving back to the community

Have a look at some of the recent fun events and charity fundraisers Tourism Australia staff have participated in.

Tourism Australia takes the ice bucket challenge (Sydney, September 2014)

Tourism Australia Managing Director John O'Sullivan responded to the Canadian Tourism Commission's call to brave the ice bucket challenge in Sydney in September to raise awareness and funds for Motor Neuron Disease (MND) – a serious degenerative nerve disease that claims two Australian lives every day. Filmed against a backdrop of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour, a koala and kangaroo delivered the drenching to Mr O'Sullivan who, despite chilly temperatures in Sydney of no more than 18C, said it was a "great cause" and he was only too happy to lend his support. Tourism Australia staff are currently raising funds for the cause. To find out more visit MND Australia.

Watch the video of Tourism Australia's ice bucket challenge.

Sun Herald City2Surf race (Sydney, August 2014)

On Sunday 10 August 2014, 18 staff members from Tourism Australia joined runners from all over the globe to take part in the iconic 14km Sun Herald City2Surf. City2Surf is a 'fun run' as well as a race, attracting both competitive runners and community participants who can choose to run or walk. The event attracted 80,000 entrants in 2014.

Congratulations Team TA!

The Color Run (Sydney, 2014)

On Sunday 9 February, Team TA completed the happiest, most colourful 5km fun run on the planet – The Color Run. Twenty-one Sydney staff set their alarms for an early start and made their way out to Sydney Olympic Park to run, dance, laugh and get covered in colour. The Color Run is a 5km fun run, where participants run through a different colour every 1km as they make their way to the finish line. This event proved that running can actually be enjoyable and was a great way to kick start the New Year with a healthy lifestyle focus.

Team TA take on The Colour Run Sydney

There's Nothing like Working at Tourism Australia video