Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania will be sharing the spirit of Aloha for the eighth year running at AIME 2019
Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania has presented the visitor statistic results at the annual ‘Ohana update in Sydney to trade and industry partners
Cruise Line - in partnership with Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania - is giving Australian and New Zealand trade partners an opportunity to sail for free onboard Pride of America
For many of the personal travel managers (PTMs) who attended TravelManagers’ recent annual national conference in Honolulu, the chance to extend their stay
Hawaiian Airlines and Hawaii Tourism Oceania (HTO) are celebrating Lei Day
Giselle will be responsible for driving the strategic performance of Hawai'i within the Australian market
Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania is pleased to announce the release of the fourth edition of the Meet Hawai‘i Guide, a valuable resource for professionals in the Meetings, Incentives, Conference and Events (M...
Held at O Bar and Dining, a luxurious restaurant located 47 floors above the iconic city, the event played on the big flavours and true American culture, with a hint of Hollywood glamour just for fun
Aussies spend big on Hawaii holidays Australians are spending big on their Hawai’i holiday, forking out US$877M on trips to the Aloha State last year according to new figures released by the Hawai’i ...
The Walshe Group celebrated its 40th year over the weekend at a company celebration in Manly
Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania (HTO) wrapped up the second annual Meet Hawai‘i Roadshow in Melbourne last night
Sydney commuters were treated to a little bit of Hawaiian aloha spirit yesterday morning with fresh flower lei, flown in overnight from Honolulu to celebrate “Lei Day”.
Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania invites travel agents to attend its Aloha Down Under Workshops in May, visiting Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
The number of Australians visiting Hawai’i for business events increased by 44% in 2015, indicating the destination is high on the list of the world’s most desirable business destinations.
Hawai’i Tourism Oceania has launched its first ever consumer brand campaign, spreading aloha direct to Australian travellers.
The falling Australian dollar hasn’t dampened Australians’ love for Hawai’i, with latest figures revealing a third consecutive record-breaking year for Aussies visiting the island destination.
Sixty Travel Associates managers from around Australia recently travelled to Hawai‘i for their annual leadership conference on 18-22 November.
The island of Oahu is a vibrant gathering spot with a dynamic energy, and a place of countless possibilities
HTO’s presence at AIME 2015 will kick off what is leading up to be a promising year for the MICE sector due to growing interest in the Hawaiian Islands.
To assist meeting professionals with research and planning, HTO has compiled a dedicated Meet Hawai'i Guide available both in print and online.