An indigenous ranger group are saying an environmental mess is growing in far northern Australia, saying it is the
The venue managers for the upcoming 'Cirus of Light - Warehouse party' in Darwin are warning party goers against
The territory will spend millions to develop and become a global leader in the hydrogen industry, With $5m over
Kakadu Tourism has launched a set of new packages designed for conference, incentive and special-interest groups seeking an inspirational
The Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association has warned of the consequences of the proposed live sheep export ban by the
The City of Swan has continued a zero per cent rates increase for the third year running, the decision
A proposal to turn the former Quinns Rocks caravan park into a wedding venue with glamping tents has been
Fremantle’s colourful container rainbow known as “Containbow”, will be moved to accommodate the city's new bridge project.
The Containbow is
Perth will develop the largest surf park in the southern hemisphere with 150-metre-long waves and the potential for "beast
Qantas which has seen a raft of cancellations at Broome International Airport over the past two months will base
After being forced to postpone by last year’s pandemic, the inaugural Gold Coast Beer & Cider Festival will now take place
Construction bosses are deploying creative strategies to beat the labour shortage and keep up with the boom in new
The local community is split on the debate on changing the name of Blackfellow creek. The Queensland government's place
Far North Queensland is currently having a record winter season following a tough couple of years as borders were
The best things in life can indeed be free, as Paradise Resort Gold Coast is showing with a new
Accor will open the new Novotel Devonport later this year, the $40m luxury hotel will offer Tasmania’s sea gateway
According to the Tasmanian Tourism Snapshot, Tasmania had 744,200 visitors, down from 1,324,100 in 2019. While visitor numbers have
Virgin Australia has launched its new revamped uniform for flights to Tasmania, designed by Pip Edwards brand the revamped uniforms
The newly-incorporated Upper Plenty Action Group has raised concerns that water from the Plenty River could be contaminated by
The coalition government has committed $50m towards a $400m expansion of the Lutana zinc plant on Thursday where the
Residents along Sydney beaches are bracing themselves for more rain and winds that follow the damage caused by the
Public Hospitality Group is transforming old and iconic inner-city pubs into multi-level dining, drinking and accommodation experiences.
Public Hospitality Group,
It was a very special occasion at the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley resort last weekend, as the Hunter Valley
After 22 years of service in Broken Hill, the Astra has been put up for sale.
Owner David Trinder said,
Vivid returns to Sydney's CBD on May 27 after a two-year hiatus, its homecoming will see the works of
A coalition of Victoria’s pubs, the anti-gambling lobby and Tabcorp have joined forces to try to pressure Treasurer Tim Pallas
Peak industry body, the Accommodation Association, yesterday announced an investment of over $5.6 million from the Andrews Labor Government
Peak industry body the Accommodation Association has today thanked outgoing Victorian Minister for Tourism, Sports and Major Events the
The Victorian government has provided over $500,000 to start the planning and design work for a cycling and walking
Port Phillip Bay, south of Melbourne, is undertaking the largest reef restoration in Australian history, overseen by the Nature
Canberra Craft Beer & Cider Festival to help rebuild confidence in ACT events with expanded venue and over 50
The ACT will expand the standing exemption border, to allow travel from the area immediately surrounding NSW.
Residents in the ACT have a reason to celebrate as the pubs have returned to Canberrans.
However, travel restrictions are
The ACTs covid risk has been downgraded by the victorian government to an orange level.
Anyone who has
The Australian cultural export - an animated series of an Australian Cattle Dog family living in a Queenslander -
Another Adelaide dining institution is set to close its doors and is another victim of the covid pandemic, after
SA Premier Peter Malinauskas has become the first state leader to be sanctioned by Moscow as the Kremlin sanctioned
Restaurant owners struggling to recover from the pandemic and escalating costs are outraged by a prposed bid by Adelaide
Tony Pasin, Barker MP is urging the state and federal governments to duplicate the Sturt and Dukes highways, proposing
Australia’s hotels, motels and accommodations providers, the economic backbone of Australia’s Tourism Sector, have survived massive challenges throughout
"We started the fit out the week before the (first) lockdown." - Yes Pizza proprietors
The Tourism News Editorial, By Michael