Applications are now open for the Business Events Boost Program.
The new partnership program provides the opportunity to access funding support and leverage Business Events Australia’s expertise to deliver marketing or distribution projects that will help drive demand for domestic … Read more
Still no WHO recommendation to restrict international travel.
The WHO continues to advise against any restrictions on international travel or trade.
Global cases of coronavirus continue to rise – virus reaches Belgium
There are now over 24,500 confirmed cases of … Read more
Local businesses and event planners are being urged to hold major conferences and events in Australia this year, under a new push by the Morrison Government to support Australia’s tourism industry.
Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham said Tourism Australia’s Event … Read more
AUSTRALIANS are being encouraged to throw their support behind Australia’s tourism industry in the wake of the devastating bushfires by holidaying in their own backyard.
Tourism Australia’s Holiday Here This Year campaign launched today taps into the overwhelming goodwill and … Read more
MEMBERS of the Professional Conference Organisers Association are being urged to reach out to their international contacts with a loud and clear message – ‘Australia tourism is back to business as usual’.
PCOA councillor Karen Sainsbury has made the call … Read more
Regional destinations around Australia will now have greater access to crucial funding to help them secure lucrative international business events, thanks to changes being made to the Morrison Government’s Business Events Bid Fund Program.
Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham today … Read more
The ICCA Country & City Rankings released earlier this week shows that Australia has moved up one place to 13th position with a total of 265 international association meetings held in 2018.
The report by the International Congress & Convention … Read more
It’s only been running for six months but Tourism Australia’s Business Events Bid Fund Program (BFP) has already received over 69 applications for events worth a combined economic impact of over $503 million.
Ten wins on the board as bid … Read more
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) has welcomed the Federal Government’s modest increase in funding for Tourism Australia as we set our sights on returning to the world top 10 of the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) Country … Read more
A modest increase in the funding for Tourism Australia is a welcome sign in the federal budget according to the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB).
The 2016-17 budget contained an increase for Tourism Australia taking funding commitments to $629.4 … Read more