More than 300 travel representatives from the UK, USA, Europe and New Zealand were trained about all things Canberra at Corroboree West in Perth from 7 to 11 October.
Influencers coming to Canberra
VisitCanberra has heard of a few bloggers/influencers in recent weeks contacting local attractions and hotels saying they are working in collaboration with us and asking for free experiences and accommodation.
Register for Australian Tourism Exchange 2020
Applications to attend Australia’s largest annual travel and tourism business-to-business event, Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) close next week.
Sam Leyshon named Dux and wins wine judging position
Sam Leyshon, from Mallaluka Wines in the Canberra District, has been named dux of the 44th Advanced Wine Assessment Course by The Australian Wine Research Institute.
Enlighten breaks attendance records
This year’s Enlighten Festival broke records in both attendance and economic impact.
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 World in Bloom opens
Sunshine greeted visitors on the opening weekend of Floriade, Australia’s biggest celebration of spring, in Commonwealth Park over the weekend.
We’re chatting with China – WeChat now live
VisitCanberra has launched a WeChat page joining the leading social media platform in China with more than 846 million users.
Applications now open for ATE 2020
The Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) is Australia’s largest annual travel and tourism business-to-business event, and will be held in Melbourne, from 10 to 14 May 2020.
New data about significance of cultural tourism
Cultural Attractions of Australia this week released a document about the significance of cultural tourism.