More than 200 leading travel agents from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan - all ‘Aussie Specialists’ with experience in selling Australian holidays - will visit the Whitsundays next year as part of Tourism Australia's annual Corroboree Greater China event.
Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb has launched a new initiative to attract more international business events to Australian shores.
Tourism Australia and China Southern Airlines will extend their existing strategic partnership agreement, committing a further A$4.2 million for cooperative marketing in 2015.
Last night a selection of the world’s most influential and respected food and wine VIPs came together at Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), for Restaurant Australia’s exclusive and highly anticipated ‘Invite The World To Dinner’ Gala event.
Today a culinary who’s who, representing some of the world’s most influential and respected food and wine VIPs came together in Hobart at the Restaurant Australia Marketplace, ahead of the highly anticipated ‘Invite The World To Dinner’ Gala event.
Tourism Australia and Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, have deepened their strategic marketing partnership with a significant increase in joint funding for the promotion of tourism to Australia in overseas markets.
Tourism Australia has today (Tuesday 11 November) confirmed that one of the world’s greatest gastronomic talents Heston Blumenthal is to attend its Restaurant Australia gala dinner in Tasmania, joining a culinary who's who of more than 80 of the world’s most influential international food and wine writers, broadcasters, celebrity chefs, critics, reviewers, and bloggers.
'Restaurant Australia' whet China's growing appetite for travel Down Under at a launch event for 400 influencers in Shanghai showcasing the best of Australia's food and wine.
Tourism Australia has today confirmed that Lisa Ronson will be joining Australia's national tourism organisation as its new Chief Marketing OfficerShe replaces Nick Baker who recently announced he will be leaving Tourism Australia to pursue new opportunities early next year.
Tourism Australia is targeting China's most affluent travel seekers with a holiday package that 'money can't buy.' Well, it can, but it'll set you back $70,000 per person.