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Submissions invited for new Tasmanian event

The Tasmanian Government and the City of Hobart are seeking submissions from experienced event organisers to run a new end of year food and beverage celebration over the Christmas and New…

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Jul 11, 2020 Entertainment / Events / Hospitality / Tourism /


Coronavirus impact sees Dreamworld make 50 positions redundant

The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic has forced Gold Coast theme park Dreamworld to make dozens of jobs redundant. With reports suggesting Dreamworld will not reopen until the September…

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Jul 10, 2020 Attractions / Entertainment / Finance / Tourism / Waterparks /


Funlab launches virtual ‘apart-y’ experiences across its brands

Entertainment and hospitality provider Funlab has launched a new ‘Virtual Apart-ys’ platform - available through its Holey Moley, Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq, B. Lucky…

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Jul 10, 2020 Attractions / Entertainment / Hospitality / Marketing /


VenueShield protocols drive reopening of the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

After months of closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) has reopened this week following the approval by Queensland Health of its site…

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Jul 10, 2020 Entertainment / Events / Hospitality / Safety / Venues /


Concept designs underway for new Court Theatre in Christchurch

Concept designs by Athfield Architects are underway for the new Court Theatre to be built in Christchurch’s Performing Arts Precinct. The new theatre - to be built on the corner of…

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Jul 10, 2020 Arts / Culture / Design / Entertainment / Events /


Red CentreNats heads to Alice Springs in September 2020

One of Australia’s major car culture events, Red CentreNats is heading to Alice Springs for the Father’s Day weekend, 4th to 6th September 2020. Run by Summernats and the…

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Jul 10, 2020 Entertainment / Events / Tourism /


Japanese Government to allow indoor venues to operate with up to 5,000 capacity

The Japanese Government is increasing indoor event capacity limits from today, allowing up to 5,000 people into indoor events subject to hygiene and safety measures. Part of a series of…

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Jul 10, 2020 Entertainment / Government / Safety / Sport / Venues /


Vbase announces that Christchurch Town Hall will reopen from 4th August

Christchurch City Council owned venues and events company Vbase Limited has announced that the Christchurch Town Hall will reopen for daily public access from 4th August. While volunteers…

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Jul 9, 2020 Arts / Entertainment / Safety / Venues /


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SeatGeek Asia Pacific

SeatGeek is a search engine and mobile-focused ticket marketplace that allows fans to buy and sell tickets for live events. As of August 2018, SeatGeek has exited the Australian, New…

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Entertainment / Sport / Technology / Ticketing / Venues



As of the 1st July 2018, Enta Australasia Pty Ltd/Best Union has been rebranded as VIVATICKET Pty Ltd.  19th July 2018 - ENTA AUSTRALASIA REBRANDS AS VIVATICKET 17th October 2016…

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Attractions / Entertainment / Sport / Ticketing / Venues



About Priava's Technology -  Priava is a cloud-based and centralised venue and event management system aimed at venues of all sizes. With its familiar and easy-to-use web interface, the…

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Attractions / Billing / Entertainment / Events / Technology


The Jump Pad

The Jump Pad is a safe, flat inflatable made in a variety of sizes which can be used indoor or outdoor. From 3mx3m up to a whopping 9mx21m. Markets include Indoor and outdoor playgrounds, schools,…

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Attractions / Entertainment / Play


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