Below are a series of links that will help you reach your target market more efficiently.
1. Tourism Australia
Tourism Australia is the Australian Government agency responsible for the international and domestic marketing of Australia as a destination for leisure and business travel.
For more information on Tourism Australia, please visit the Tourism Australia website.
2. National Capital Attractions Association (NCAA)
The National Capital Attractions Association Inc. (NCAA) is the industry association representing tourist attractions within Canberra and the surrounding region. The Association’s mission is to promote the National Capital’s attractions, and work collaboratively as the peak body for Canberra attractions, to increase visitation to the attractions, and to provide a forum for marketing, information sharing, discussing issues and networking.
The Association has over 45 members and is active in lobbying for the attractions sector with Government and other bodies, as well as promoting the national attractions through events, promotion, and publications.
For more information on becoming an NCAA member, please visit the NCAA website.
3. Canberra Convention Bureau (CCB)
The Canberra Convention Bureau is a not for-profit organisation with the charter to promote Canberra as a business events destination. The service the Bureau provides is free and exclusively designed to support and assist professional convention, incentive and exhibition planners. A call to the Bureau will provide you with impartial advice and expertise, effective support and instant access to over 160 professional organisations.
For more information on the Canberra Convention Bureau, please visit the CCB website.
4. Australian Hotels Association (AHA)
The AHA is the peak industry body representing the interests of the hospitality industry in the ACT. Its members include restaurants, cafes, bars/taverns, educational institutions, liquor stores, nightclubs, convention facilities and accommodation hotels. Many AHA members are small businesses operated by local proprietors, while others are part of some of the world’s largest and most recognisable companies.
For more information on the Australian Hotels Association, please visit the AHA website.
5. National Capital Educational Tourism Project
The National Capital Educational Tourism Project (NCETP) aims to increase and sustain the number of school students visiting the National Capital.
The NCETP uses targeted marketing strategies to encourage more schools to visit the National Capital and its attractions, exposing their treasures to primary and secondary school students throughout Australia.
For more information, please visit the NCETP website.
6. Canberra Region Tourism Operator’s Association (CRTOA)
The Canberra Region Tourism Operators Association Inc. (CRTOA) is a volunteer based non-profit association established in 1983 to serve the needs of tourism operators in the Canberra region. Certificate A2992.
CRTOA’s members are businesses and individuals who are part of the tourism industry and provide a wide range of products and services with a common tourism focus. Members include (but are not limited to): transport operators, tour operators, guiding services, adventure activity providers, shopping service providers and farmstay accommodation.
CRTOA provides a range of opportunities including business networking, industry information dissemination, promotional opportunities, business guidance and cost savings to members operating in the tourism industry in the Canberra region.
For more information on CRTOA, please visit the CRTOA website.
7. Tourism Research Australia (TRA)
Tourism Research Australia (TRA) is a branch of the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism. TRA provides statistics, research and analysis to support industry development, policy development and marketing for the Australian tourism industry.
For more information on TRA, please visit the TRA website.