Category: Australian Domestic Tourism

Tszyu v Inoue confirmed for Qudos Bank Arena

New South Wales has taken the Tim Tszyu v Takeshi Inoue boxing event from Queensland after the State added

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Falls festival in Tasmania in doubt

Falls festival in Tasmania in doubt

Talks between organisers and the Tasmanian government are still undergoing, but with uncertainty around border closures and gathering limits,

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Changes to QLD tourism grants

Changes to QLD tourism grants

The struggling Queensland tourism industry has been given a new lifeline as the State and Federal governments announced a

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Kuranda spring festival raising money for struggling amphitheature

Kuranda spring festival raising money for struggling amphitheatre

The iconic Kuranda Amphitheatre like many entertainment venues is struggling to keep afloat after 2 years with no concerts,

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12,000 sign up for Million Dollar Fish S7

12,000 sign up for Million Dollar Fish S7

Organisers for season 7 of million dollar fish have had 12,000 applicants, a 20% increase from last season.  Major

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Tik Tok star launches Australia’s first Nepalese pub

Tik Tok star launches Australia’s first Nepalese pub

Tik Tok star Kiran Thapa has taken over the old Soho hotel which he has announced his plan to

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How Whitsundays indigenous experience got off the ground

Peter Pryor a Burri Birri man teamed up with a boat owner and a business coach to offer an

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Cricket boss ups the ante for Hobart to host Ashes

Cricket boss ups the ante for Hobart to host Ashes

Cricket Tasmania up the ante for its bid to host an ashes test match in this year's cricket season,

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2022 Santos Tour Down Under scrapped

2022 Santos Tour Down Under scrapped

Amid the concerns around covid with border restrictions and quarantine, organisers have cancelled the 2022 Santos Tour Down Under

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QLD in demand tourist spots

Queenslanders are looking likely to be spending their holidays in their own state this year, tourism operators are giving

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