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States and territories to foot the tourism bill for unnecessary border...

State and territory governments have been warned they will be financially responsible for tourism businesses impacted by unnecessary border restrictions. Speaking to The Sydney Morning...

Bargo Conference Centre closed for deep cleaning after Covid-19 scare

The Bargo Conference Centre in Sydney’s southwest has closed for deep cleaning after an attendee at a retreat held over the weekend tested positive...

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Brisbane loses iconic fine diner Stokehouse Q

South Bank restaurant Stokehouse Q will not reopen its doors following the Covid-19 shutdown after 10 years in the site. Stokehouse Q owner Frank van...

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Recover and reset on the Gold Coast

It has been a challenging year for the business events sector nationwide and while uncertainty still remains there are glimmers of hope and more...

Hybrid events here ‘for a long time’ but organisers struggling with budgets

Planners are struggling to budget for hybrid events as they try to find the balance between taking an event online and managing face-to-face attendee’s...

Trust the new byword as tourism operators adapt to altered consumer behaviour

According to tourism expert Professor Marianna Sigala from UniSA it’s not just tourists who are unsure about next steps, it’s also tourism businesses. Sigala says...

A roadmap to recovery

“The new normal” is how NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian described the current social distancing measures in place in her state, that are mirrored to...

The end of global travel as we know it: an opportunity for sustainable tourism

Saturday, March 14 2020, is “The Day the World Stopped Travelling”, in the words of Rifat Ali, head of travel analytics company Skift. That’s a...

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