Megafauna Central Opened By Minister

Megafauna Central Opened By Minister

07 July 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Megafauna Comes To Life In Alice Springs CBD Victor P Taffa A key part of the Northern Territory Government’s $20 Million revitalisation of the Alice Springs CBD is Alcoota Megafauna Central and will officially be opened today, providing a boost to local jobs and the Central […]

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Trade Conference Focuses On Increasing Tourism In Tasmania

Trade Conference Focuses On Increasing Tourism In Tasmania

27 June 2018

Tasmania Premier Will Hodgman TasTalk Conference To Drive Domestic Tourism Victor P Taffa This week, Tourism Tasmania will host TasTalk, a tourism trade conference aimed at enlisting travel agents from around Australia to be advocates for our state to continue to drive growth in our domestic tourism. “TasTalk will bring together 40 Tasmanian tourism operators […]

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Events Attraction Fund Aims To Increase Tourism In Tasmania

Events Attraction Fund Aims To Increase Tourism In Tasmania

27 June 2018

Tasmania Premier Will Hodgman Securing New Events To Boost Our Economy Victor P Taffa Premier Will Hodgman said that Government is committed to building a broad ranging events calendar which illuminates every region and every season. “That’s why we are investing $4 Million to support Events Tasmania’s work to secure large events that will deliver […]

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Megafauna Central To Open On 5 July 2018

Megafauna Central To Open On 5 July 2018

20 June 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Megafauna Central Nearing Completion Victor P Taffa $4.26 Million Alcoota Megafauna display, part of the Northern Territory Government’s revitalisation of the Alice Springs CBD, is nearing completion, with the finishing touches being installed in the next fortnight. Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss said that […]

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Hodgman Govt Welcomes Opening Of Peppers Silo Hotel In Launceston

Hodgman Govt Welcomes Opening Of Peppers Silo Hotel In Launceston

03 June 2018

Tasmania Premier Will Hodgman Peppers Silo Hotel Launceston Is Open For Business Victor P Taffa State Government warmly welcomes the opening of the $30 Million Peppers Silo Hotel development in Launceston and congratulates developers Errol and Adie Stewart on turning their vision into reality, Premier Will Hodgman said. “It is a great demonstration of Tasmanian […]

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Simonne Shepherd To Lead Northern Territory Department Of Tourism And Culture

Simonne Shepherd To Lead Northern Territory Department Of Tourism And Culture

26 May 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss New Tourism And Culture CEO Announced Victor P Taffa Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced the appointment of Ms. Simonne Shepherd to the role of CEO of the Northern Territory’s Department of Tourism and Culture. Ms. Shepherd brings to the role a proven […]

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Japan Is 14% Up March 2018 In Tourism Destinations For Australian Travellers

Japan Is 14% Up March 2018 In Tourism Destinations For Australian Travellers

16 May 2018

Australian Bureau Of Statistics Asian Destinations Increase In Popularity For Aussies Victor P Taffa Indonesia, China, Thailand, India and Japan all feature amongst the most popular destinations for Australian travellers, according to the latest data released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). ABS Director of Migration Statistics, Myles Burleigh, said that not only […]

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Premier Launches Depictive Richmond Wine Wall

Premier Launches Depictive Richmond Wine Wall

10 May 2018

Tasmania Premier Will Hodgman Putting The Coal River Valley’s Wineries On The Map Victor P Taffa With 16 cellar doors and 32 vineyards owned and operated by some of Tasmania’s best known wine makers, the Coal River Valley is a premium destination for Tasmanian wine. Launched today, the Richmond Wine Wall encourages visitors to take […]

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Premier Hodgman Launches ‘Go Behind The Scenery XI’ Tourism Campaign

Premier Hodgman Launches ‘Go Behind The Scenery XI’ Tourism Campaign

07 May 2018

Tasmania Premier Will Hodgman Largest Ever Campaign Launched To Drive Tourism Victor P Taffa Premier Will Hodgman launched the ‘Go Behind the Scenery XI’ campaign and is Tasmania’s largest ever to drive growth in domestic tourism to the next level. ‘Go Behind the Scenery XI’ will convey that the true essence of Tasmania lies in […]

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International Survey Highlights Increased Northern Territory Visitor Numbers

International Survey Highlights Increased Northern Territory Visitor Numbers

16 March 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss International Visitor Survey Supports Turbocharging Tourism Plan Victor P Taffa Tourism Research Australia has released the results from the latest international Visitor Survey (IVS) for the year ending December 2017 providing insight into international visitor trends to the Northern Territory in comparison to the rest of […]

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Fyansford Paper Mill Site Transformed Into Provenance Wines Facility

Fyansford Paper Mill Site Transformed Into Provenance Wines Facility

11 March 2018

Victoria Minister for Tourism and Major Events John Eren Wines Ready To Pour At Fyansford’s Old Paper Mill Victor P Taffa Award-winning Provenance Wines is set for a surge in visitors as it prepares to open its new winery and cellar door at the historic Fyansford Paper Mill site. Minister for Tourism and Major Events […]

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Litchfield National Park Receives A $12.1 Million Boost

Litchfield National Park Receives A $12.1 Million Boost

06 March 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss $12.1 Million Boost For Litchfield Adventure Park Victor P Taffa Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss announced today a $12.1 Million boost to open up new areas of Litchfield National Park to visitors, working with key stakeholders. Investment will open up 5 stunning new swimming […]

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$5.5 Million Investment For Tourism Infrastructure In Katherine

$5.5 Million Investment For Tourism Infrastructure In Katherine

03 March 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Expanding Tourism Opportunities in Nitmiluk National Park Victor P Taffa Katherine will receive a $5.5 Million investment into tourism infrastructure to expand walking opportunities in Nitmiluk National Park as part of the Northern Territory Government’s record $103 Million Turbocharging Tourism stimulus package. Minister for Tourism and […]

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Kakadu National Park Takes Out Gold At Northern Territory Tourism Awards 2017

Kakadu National Park Takes Out Gold At Northern Territory Tourism Awards 2017

27 February 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Northern Territory Brings Home Gold At The Australian Tourism Awards Victor P Taffa Kakadu National Park has taken out the top prize in the Major Tourist Attractions category at the 2017 Australian Tourism Awards held in Perth on Friday evening. Offering visitors the chance to experience […]

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Western Australia Leg Of SuperFoiler Grand Prix 2-4 March 2018

Western Australia Leg Of SuperFoiler Grand Prix 2-4 March 2018

25 February 2018

Western Australia Minister for Tourism Paul Papalia Western Australia Minister for Regional Development Alannah MacTiernan Busselton To Welcome Top Sailors For SuperFoiler Grand Prix Victor P Taffa State Government to fund Western Australia leg of the new SuperFoiler Grand Prix Race set to attract some of the world’s best sailors to our South-West State Government […]

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Western Australia Cleans Up At 2018 Tourism Awards

Western Australia Cleans Up At 2018 Tourism Awards

25 February 2018

Western Australia Minister for Tourism Paul Papalia Record Number Of Western Australian Tourism Businesses Win Gold Awards Victor P Taffa 8 Western Australia tourism businesses win a gold medal at Tourism Awards 4 businesses awarded silver medals; 2 awarded bronze medals Highest number of Western Australia winners on record A record number of Western Australian […]

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Promoting Northern Territory To The World

Promoting Northern Territory To The World

18 February 2018

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner Branding The Northern Territory To Boost Population And Create More Jobs Victor P Taffa Northern Territory Government’s bid to sell the Territory to the world has taken another significant step forward with an internationally-recognised brand specialist awarded the contract to create a unified brand for the Northern Territory. This […]

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Military History To Be Financially Boosted By Gunner Govt

Military History To Be Financially Boosted By Gunner Govt

18 February 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Cementing The Northern Territory As A Military History Destination Victor P Taffa Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today said the $1.9 Million boost to make Darwin and the Northern Territory the pilgrimage destination for Australian military history will result in more tourists. Funding is […]

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$103 Million Tourism Stimulus Package To Be Rolled Out By Northern Territory Govt

$103 Million Tourism Stimulus Package To Be Rolled Out By Northern Territory Govt

13 February 2018

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner Record Investment To Turbocharge Territory Tourism Victor P Taffa Northern Territory Government is rolling out a record $103 Million tourism stimulus package to attract more visitors, create local jobs and put more money into the pockets of Territorians. Announcing the package at his annual ‘The Year Ahead’ speech, Chief […]

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Rotto From Day To Dusk Discounts Extended Until 28 February 2018

Rotto From Day To Dusk Discounts Extended Until 28 February 2018

04 February 2018

Western Australia Minister for Tourism Paul Papalia Afternoon Discounts Staying Through Summer Victor P Taffa State Government’s value for money initiative extended Free admittance for children from 12 pm to dusk in February 2018 Half price admission fees for adults travelling from midday More visitors can travel to ‘Rotto from Day to Dusk’, with January’s […]

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