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Australia hotels may suspend operations in coming weeks

Australia's hotel industry, spared from government lockdown measures that came into effect midday on March 23, are still facing a bleak future amid Covid-19...

Qantas’ centenary exhibition poised to take off

As part of its centenary celebrations, Qantas will be holding a fully immersive exhibition showcasing its past, present and future, which will tour four...

Princess Cruises creates 44 new cruises with redeployed Sapphire Princess

Princess Cruises' decision to redeploy the 2,670-pax Sapphire Princess for an extended Australia season from May 1, 2020, will add 44 new cruises from...

Hot air balloon rides, exclusive tours among National Museum of Australia’s...

The National Museum of Australia (NMA) has unveiled three new visitor experiences, where guests can admire the NMA’s dramatic architecture from a private hot...

Australian Walking Holidays rolls out Central Australia experience

Australian Walking Holidays has launched a seven-day Central Australian experience that combines three highlights of Australia’s Red Centre. The new Larapinta, Kings Canyon and Uluru...

Coronavirus deals fresh blow to Australian tourism

Australia's tourism sector is facing a double whammy, with the coronavirus dealing a second blow and causing further disruption to an industry that's still reeling from the damage caused by the bushfires.

Australia’s tourism industry projects US$3.1 billion loss from bushfires

The drop in inbound tourism traffic in the aftermath of the Australian bushfires will cost the industry an estimated A$4.5 billion (US$3.1 billion) loss,...

Australia’s cruise lines continue operations in wake of bushfires

Australia’s cruise industry continues to operate at full capacity and has united with other tourism sectors in recovery projects for communities impacted by bushfires,...

Australian tourism battles its own blaze

Australian tour operators are fighting the perception that the country is unsafe for visitors and that much of its naturally beautiful environment has been destroyed.

Keep the love coming

Travellers are staying away from Australia due to global media coverage of its raging bushfires but Chris Schumann, owner of Kangaroo Island Seaside Inn, stresses that the destination will need tourists more than ever in its recovery.

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