Friday, January 21, 2022

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Queensland to welcome return of international travel

Queensland will welcome the return of international travel from this weekend with quarantine for fully vaccinated international visitors to be lifted from January 22. The...

Event assistance grants open as WA events cancel amid Omicron fears

Community events in WA are cancelling in droves ahead of the planned border reopening in February over uncertainty surrounding possible Covid restrictions. With the border...

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

RX snaps up big data conference and expo

RX (formerly Reed Exhibitions) has bolstered its portfolio of exhibitions with the acquisition of one of the UK’s largest data and analytics conferences and...

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Courtyard by Marriott to debut in Melbourne

The Courtyard by Marriott brand is expanding its footprint in Australia with the opening of its first Melbourne hotel slated for March. Courtyard by Marriott...

SPOTLIGHT

Think casual. Think Maldives!

For decades Maldives has been a well-  known luxury destination for honeymooners and families. Now, the island archipelago aims to Redefine MICE. Your next corporate...

Celebrating Brisbane’s First Nations’ tourism experiences

Brisbane’s First Nations tourism is growing. Home to the Turrbal and Jagera people in the city area, the Quandamooka people of Brisbane’s coastal areas, bay...

Australia’s best rooftop spaces

The latest edition of Australia Next is out now. Discover the latest venues, restaurants and accommodation options for groups; along with a wealth of...

Sustainability ‘a strategic priority’ for Tourism Australia

CIM spoke with Robin Mack, Tourism Australia Executive General Manager of Commercial & Business Events Australia, about the year ahead as Australia looks to...

Experience the Northern Territory’s cultural revolution

The Northern Territory is described as the world’s biggest art gallery 65,000 years in the making. From Aboriginal carvings on the Tiwi Islands and rock...

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