The gnome conquers the Gong

Floriade’s fabulous pink gnome hit the streets of Wollongong last week to promote the upcoming festival and spring activities in Canberra.

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The National Portrait Gallery reopens in September

The National Portrait Gallery reopens to the public on Saturday 14 September.

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Getting the most out of your social media channels

Tourism Australia has created a four-part video series looking at how the Australian tourism industry can get the most out of social media.

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Mini Tourism Expo celebrating spring

Passionate Canberra tourism operators Dot and Peter Barclay are running a Mini Tourism Expo at King O’Malleys on Monday 26 August, showcasing the latest things to do see drink and enjoy in Canberra.

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Promote your business at Floriade

The Canberra and Region Visitors Centre will once again be managing the Floriade Information Marquee at this year’s event.

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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.

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Growing Wine Tourism Canberra workshop

Wine Australia has partnered with ATEC to deliver the Growing Wine Tourism program, a wine-specific skills development program for businesses looking to develop their wine tourism products and services for the inbound tourism market.

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Capital Brewing $1.1 million expansion

Canberra’s Capital Brewing Company is set to double its production footprint with a $1.1 million expansion.

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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.

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Tourism State of the Nation report available

Copies of the Roy Morgan State of the Nation Tourism presentation held last week at the Australian War Memorial are now available.

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