The NSW Government’s much anticipated Cruise Development Plan recognises the vital need for port facilities to support continued cruise industry growth
Sydney will play host of West Side Story, when it takes to the stage at Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour next year
This project has the potential to revolutionise Sydney’s public transport network by doubling the rail capacity of the Parramatta to Sydney
The Australian Museum will host the extraordinary Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh exhibition
Trail Run Australia will challenge participants to get off road and take on a challenge against Mother Nature
The book provides festival-lovers with a colourful and illustrative display of the event’s history
NSW Government it will move to implement a number of key reforms governing short-term holiday rentals
Sydney Film Festival is a key cultural event on the NSW Events Calendar and takes place annually against the backdrop of Vivid Sydney
the NSW Government has committed a further $300,000 to attract and create more business events across the State
Sydney is internationally competitive in attracting the world’s showpiece sporting and cultural events
NSW is the first Australian State to partner with MEA
The NSW Government has today announced its plans to drive visitor growth to Western Sydney with the release of the Western Sydney Visitor Economy Strategy.
Hundreds of bejeweled jumpsuits, poodle skirts and hip swinging rockers are set to converge on Sydney Central Station on Thursday 12th January to board the NSW TrainLink Elvis Express headed to Parke
The NSW Government has signed a new three-year agreement with world-class carrier Singapore Airlines set to further boost tourism across NSW
Figures released today confirm that Vivid Sydney 2016 injected a phenomenal $110 million of visitor spend into the State’s economy
The NSW Government and Qantas today announced a new three-year, AU$28 million partnership aimed at driving additional tourism growth by promoting Sydney and regional NSW to the world.
The NSW Government will invest AU$43m over four years in a major overhaul in the way regional and rural areas attract visitors, including the creation of six new Destination Networks throughout NSW.
Sydney and Regional NSW will be showcased to the fast-growing region in Western China, with the NSW Government signing a new agreement with Sichuan Airlines to attract more visitors to NSW.
Australia’s accommodation sector has called on the NSW Government to level the playing field for all accommodation including short-term holiday letting.
Some of the State's best tourism operators will travel to China next week to showcase Sydney and NSW to over 200 key trade partners in Xiamen and Beijing.