News: Tourism

Sculpture at Scenic World boosts Blue Mountains visitor economy

Scenic World’s annual art exhibition, Sculpture at Scenic World, has enhanced its position as one of Australia’s premier regional outdoor art exhibitions, attracting record…

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Jun 4, 2019 Arts / Attractions / Events / Tourism /


ROLLER provides software solution for Skyline Enterprises Luge operations

Solutions provider Roller has announced that New Zealand-based Skyline Enterprises has gone live with its software, using the all-in-one ticketing, customer relationship management…

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Jun 3, 2019 Attractions / Technology / Ticketing / Tourism /


Melbourne’s Capitol Theatre re-opens following $18 million revitalisation project

The spectacular geometric ceiling of Melbourne’s famed Capitol Theatre is set to shine again following the RMIT University-owned theatre having undergone a three-year $18 million…

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Jun 3, 2019 Arts / Culture / Design / Entertainment / Tourism /


ICC set to be transformed into professional ice hockey stadium

The only arena in Australia that can house a professional international ice hockey match, the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney is set to be transformed into a 6,000-seat…

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Jun 3, 2019 Entertainment / Events / Sport / Surfaces / Tourism /


The Big Red Group launches experiences brand in Australia 

The Big Red Group (BRG) has today launched the premium curated experiences brand, IfOnly, in Australia, unlocking access to local and global experiences that benefit charity.  IfOnly…

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Jun 3, 2019 Arts / Entertainment / Events / Marketing / Sport /


Increased Great Walks pricing sees fewer tourists but more income

Increased pricing for tourists on some of New Zealand’s Great Walks trails this past summer has meant far fewer tourists but an extra $2.4 million for the Department of Conservation…

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Jun 2, 2019 Finance / Parks / Recreation / Tourism /


Ediacara Conservation Park enlarged to protect prehistoric Flinders Ranges fossils

An internationally significant fossil site in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges, believed to contain the earliest evidence of sexual interaction, is now part of the Ediacara…

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Jun 1, 2019 Environment / Tourism /


Australian ski season opens early after Snowy Mountains cold spell

Late spring snow falls across Australia’s Alpine regions will see ski fields in Victoria and NSW open early this year. With a late autumn cold snap delivering blankets of snow to ski…

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May 31, 2019 Environment / Recreation / Tourism /


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