Category: Oceania

Australia lights up to celebrate Diwali

  The Melbourne Star and Sydney Opera House were lit up to celebrate the Indian festival of lights, this weekend The Melbourne star commemorated the Indian festival, the brotherhood between the two countries and the Indian community Down under by a resplendent light show which showcased the 3 colours of The ‘Indian Tiranga’ i.e. The […]

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Ricky On the Road: Perfect time to refresh your knowledge of Australia

After years educating travel agents about Australia across Europe, Asia and North America including an Aussie Specialist Trainer role with Tourism Australia in London, Ricky Dunn has returned to explore his homeland by campervan. As he travels north along the Queensland coast, he wants to continue helping partners and agents to plan the perfect holidays […]

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World Tourism Day Special: Evolved experiences in Australia for the new-age traveler

As the world begins to unlock, people are now choosing to venture outdoors or take a break and head out for a vacation after being in lockdown for over six months. However, given the new reality and the new awakenings that this pandemic has brought along, when travellers step out today there is a clear […]

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Phillip Island Penguin Parade live streamed to the World

In a world-first, Phillip Island’s much-loved Penguin Parade will be live-streamed every night from tomorrow, Tuesday, August 25. Live Penguin TV will allow fans in Victoria and around the world to watch the famous Penguin Parade on their phone, computer or device, or stream to their TV when they can’t see it in person due […]

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Museum of Underwater Art -Launch August 2020

Stage One of the Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) in Townsville North Queensland was officially launched on 1 August 2020 with tours commencing to the Coral Greenhouse installation at John Brewer Reef. The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) in Townsville North Queensland comprises a series of installations by renowned underwater sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor that highlight […]

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Australia’s fascinating architectural marvels are guaranteed to leave you spellbound – Discover them today

While you’re taking a break in between your work calls or unwinding at the end of the day, treat yourself to these postcard-worthy breath-taking designs, and perhaps bucket list them for when you travel again. Sydney Opera House, Sydney Whether you’ve seen it in the iconic scenes from Tom Cruise’s Mission impossible 2 or as […]

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Re-opening a COVID-safe Australia and economy

The National Cabinet met today to finalise the three-step plan to gradually remove baseline restrictions and make Australia COVID-safe. Hon’ble PM Scott Morrison writes. Australia has so far been highly successful in ‘flattening the curve’. The number of new COVID-19 cases in Australia each day is very low. We can now begin to take careful […]

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The best of Australia to be live streamed into your living room!

Over the coming weekend, Tourism Australia will be transporting the country’s incredible tourism offerings straight to our homes with a curated live program of virtual travel experiences to keep the Australian holiday dream alive and inspire travellers to plan their post-covid 19 holidays Down Under.   Scheduled across 16th and 17th May, the Live From […]

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Soak up Australian Goodness from your couch

Are you done catching up on all the latest movies and series out there? Wondering what you should watch next? Well, there’s always an option of basking in the nostalgia and charm of watching old movies again. We’ve taken the liberty of picking a few movies for your next movie marathon that will not only […]

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Australians urged to holiday at home to boost bushfire recovery

Australians are being encouraged to throw their support behind Australia’s tourism industry in the wake of the devastating bushfires by holidaying in their own backyard. Tourism Australia’s Holiday Here This Year campaign launched today taps into the overwhelming goodwill and support for local communities impacted by the recent bushfires, by urging Australians to plan, book […]

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