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2030 Tourism Strategy Discussion Paper released
VisitCanberra is leading the development of a long-term tourism strategy for the Canberra region that looks ahead to 2030. Engaging with tourism businesses, industry bodies and associated stakeholders will ensure that the strategy reflects the…
Accessible & Inclusive Tourism Conference in Asia-Pacific (AITCAP) back in May 2022!
Hosted by GetAboutAble, this conference is the perfect opportunity for tourism business to learn more about the accessible and inclusive market which reflects 20 per cent of the population globally. AITCAP helps the tourism industry…
We want you!
The Canberra and Region Visitors Centre located at Regatta Point, stocks a wide range of locally made products and is the perfect venue to display local and regional makers and suppliers. We are always on…
VisitCanberra in the media
It has been a busy few months for the PR team with media hosting and outreach focusing on Canberra’s great autumn offerings, as well as why families should visit the capital over the school holidays….
VisitCanberra’s more than campaign delivers impressive results to date
The more than campaign has delivered some great results to date, encouraging visitors from regional New South Wales, Adelaide and South East Queensland in phase one, extending into Sydney and Victoria (including Melbourne) during phase…
Seller applications open for Australia Marketplace North America 2020
Australia Marketplace North America 2020 will take place in Los Angeles, USA from 3 to 6 August 2020.
Holiday Here Canberra Campaign Launch
Off the back of projected downturns in the face of recent bushfires and lingering smoke haze, VisitCanberra is calling on locals to support our tourism industry. With approximately one in 20 Canberrans employed by a…
Final weekend of Windows to the World
Six embassies and high commissions will be open across the final weekend of the Windows to the World event complementing a host of sold out events.
Unsolicited Email Warning
VisitCanberra has received information that some ACT businesses have recently been sent unsolicited emails from a business going by the name of “ACT Tourism”, although this particular individual also operates under other business names such…
Floriade to pop up in suburban town centres
A taste of Floriade will appear at five town centres across Canberra – expanding the famous flower festival beyond the gates of Commonwealth Park.