The first Capital Airlines service from Qingdao to Sydney, which is set to boost visitation to New South Wales (NSW), Australia’s premier tourism and events State, left Qingdao International Airport ...
Sydney shines when it comes to outstanding art exhibitions and premiere musicals
Audiences across the country will be encouraged to experience some of Sydney’s best attractions first-hand with the NSW Government launching three new television commercials as part of its ‘Sydney in...
NSW is bursting with Spring colour as wildflowers bloom and Sydney counts down to the start of its famous annual Jacaranda Season
The State’s next generation of world-class tourism professionals were honoured today in a special ceremony at NSW Parliament House to mark the 2017 Minister’s Student Achiever Awards
NSW has achieved its highest annual growth in the past five years for domestic visitors, nights and expenditure, according to new figures released this week by Tourism Research Australia
New South Wales has once again been recognised as the home of major events with Sydney, Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie all bestowed the International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) 2017 Worl...
NSW has been named Australia’s premier destination for major events, last night receiving the award for Best Event State at the Australian Event Awards
With less than four weeks to go until the Vivid Sydney Festival bursts into colour with this year’s program, it’s time to start planning your visit to the world’s largest celebration of light, music ...
Holiday goers have been encouraged to share videos of short breaks and much-loved NSW holiday destinations
Images of some of NSW's most popular attractions will be seen by more than 44 million Chinese television and online viewers after filming of the popular Chinese reality show Travel with Superstar
A new travel industry toolkit featuring more than 50 Aboriginal tourism products and experiences is set to boost Indigenous tourism in NSW
NSW continues to dominate the visitor economy attracting more than 50 per cent of all international visitors to Australia last year, contributing a record $9.5 billion to the State’s economy
Chair of TAA NSW, Peter Tudehope, said the presence of the new Minister was significant as it allowed the industry to reinforce the economic importance of the accommodation sector