Western Australia Minister for Tourism Paul Papalia
Perth Named As Host For Important Tourism Trade Event
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- Tourism Australia’s Dreamtime event promotes Australia as a world-class incentive destination
- Second major Tourism Australia trade event secured for Western Australia in 2019
- Supported by State Government, through Tourism WA, and Perth Convention Bureau
State Government has secured another important tourism business event for Western Australia in 2019.
Dreamtime, which is Tourism Australia’s signature event for promoting Australia as a world-class incentive destination, will be held in Perth for the first time in December 2019.
Dreamtime program will give the local tourism industry the chance to meet and do business with buyers from key markets including Greater China, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, New Zealand, USA and the United Kingdom to secure future incentive business.
“Our extraordinary city of Perth has undergone a massive transformation over recent years and now boasts an extensive range of quality but affordable accommodation, unique public spaces and many dining, entertainment and shopping options.” Minister for Tourism Paul Papalia said.
“Dreamtime provides a great opportunity for the local tourism industry to showcase Perth’s changes and Western Australia’s outstanding venues, accommodation and tourism products to more than 100 international conference and incentive buyers.”
Western Australia will also host Australia’s largest tourism trade event, the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) in April 2019.
“I would like to acknowledge Tourism Australia board member Bradley Woods for his valuable contribution in helping to secure these beneficial events.” Minister Papalia said.
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