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Marriott International debuts first Canberra hotel
Marriott International has made its first foray into the Canberra market entering an agreement with Iconic Hotels with its new premium Braddon property, Midnight Hotel.
Spring events guide available
Canberra springs into a colourful celebration this season with a jam-packed calendar of events, exhibitions, foodie experiences and hidden, local gems.
Canberra Wines’ new tourism map and trip planner
The Canberra District Wine website now features a new wine tourism map and an interactive trip planner.
Canberra Airport to overhaul terminal retail
Canberra Airport is partnering with new retailers to add more than 1,000 square metres of new retail, food and beverage destinations with a focus on local food and locally-made gifts that showcase Canberra and the…
ACCOR OPENS THE SEBEL CANBERRA CIVIC
Australia’s largest hotel operator, Accor, has welcomed its first Sebel branded apartment hotel to Canberra with the opening of The Sebel Canberra Civic, together with Canberra developer, ZAPARI.
Industry training and development survey
VisitCanberra is considering conducting educational training for the Canberra and region tourism industry. In order to deliver relevant and informative training, we would like feedback on the topics you would be most interested in.
Advertise your business at the Canberra and Region Visitor Centre
The Canberra and Region Visitors Centre (CRVC) is dedicated to supporting tourism businesses both within Canberra and the gateway regions. The CRVC works to increase industry partners’ market reach and exposure and is committed to…
Canberra winter events guide available now
Canberra’s Winter Events Guide is now available from the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre (CRVC).
Sail through winter this year on a GoBoat
GoBoat now offers you the opportunity to skipper your own electric picnic boat on Lake Burley Griffin all year round. Enjoy the sunny winter days at a discounted price, with the second hour for only…
Canberra cultural trio to be promoted internationally
The product offerings of three Canberra cultural attractions involved in a new industry-led collective known as the Cultural Attractions of Australia were launched at Australian Tourism Exchange in Perth this week.