NSW has made Australian tourism history, setting several new national records and a series of NSW all-time records for overseas visitation, Minister for Tourism and Major Events announced today.
The potential for Western Sydney to become the engine room of the NSW visitor economy is one step closer to being realised with the release today of the Western Sydney Visitor Economy Strategy 2017/1...
Tourism Australia CEO John O'Sullivan, Carnival Australia Managing Director Ann Sherry and The Star CEO Matt Bekier discussed Australian tourism's success
China is set to overtake New Zealand for the first time as Australia’s biggest source of international visitors within months if current trends continue, while the resurgence of travellers from the U...
Australian tourism is recording all round success, with the latest forecasts showing the industry is well on track with an upward revision on previous forecasts and inbound visitation leading growth.
TTF is pleased to see the certainty of funding for Tourism Australia over the next four years, yet disappointed to see the Government forge ahead with the backpacker tax.
Figures released in the Australian Bureau of Statistics Tourism Satellite Account show that growth in the accommodation sector has been a major contributor to the impressive performance of the touris...
Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) in conjunction with Visit Sunshine Coast, Qantas and Tourism & Events Queensland will hold the 2016 Southern Queensland Inbound Workshop.
According to Tourism Research Australia, Australian tourism in a healthy position with more Australians choosing to holiday at home rather than travel overseas.
The 2015 Australian Tourism Labour Force Report has estimated that the tourism and hospitality sector will require an additional 123,000 workers by 2020.
The ten year outlook for Australia’s tourism industry has a positive future, with our export market contributing the largest growth to the overall industry.
The News Corp Australia Tourism Innovation Conference in Cairns next month will be a powerhouse of inspiration for the business success stories of 2016.
The recent visit by British royals Will and Kate has boosted UK tourist inquiries about Australia.
The World Trade Organisation has commended Australia's tourism policy.