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Daydream Island Resort & Spa up for sale

Daydream Island Resort & Spa up for sale

23 November 2012 Hotel News

Daydream Island Resort & Spa is on the market, with a targeted marketing campaign underway to secure a buyer for the popular Whitsundays getaway. Vaughan Bullivant, who has owned the Queensland resort since 2000, said the time was right to look at the next phase of ownership for the property.

Singapore Airlines deepens ties to Australia

Singapore Airlines deepens ties to Australia

Singapore Airlines has signed agreements with six tourism organisations in Australia in line with its ongoing efforts to promote tourism to the country. The agreements are for a period of between two and four years, with the total investment for the current financial year amounting to more than A$5 million.

Tourism Australia links with TripAdvisor for new campaign

Tourism Australia links with TripAdvisor for new campaign

TripAdvisor has announced a multi-market media partnership with Tourism Australia to inspire users to discover all that the country has to offer and assist them in making this the year they travel to the destination. The campaign is the first time TripAdvisor has featured a partner in its drop down menu and involves a unique integration pulling in content to create a fully functioning interactive Trip Planner.

Australia opens doors to British migrant workers

Australia opens doors to British migrant workers

The Australian government has confirmed it will reduce the current “pass mark” for British citizens looking to get a visa to migrate down under. The current mark for points tested skilled migrants is 65, but this will be reduced to 60 in an effort by the Australian department of immigration to attract more skilled workers from Britain.

Tourism Australia partners with Flight Centre

Tourism Australia partners with Flight Centre

Tourism Australia has partnered with Flight Centre in the UK to launch an integrated campaign that aims to encourage agents to sell Australia and motivate consumers to choose the country as their next holiday destination. The ‘Discover Your Australia’ campaign will promote competitive lead-in airfares and will target affluent travellers aged 50 to 69 across print, online, in-store and direct to consumer marketing. 

Seychelles and Australia: a deepening friendship

Seychelles and Australia: a deepening friendship

11 November 2011 Press Release Tourism News

The Seychelles and the Australian governments are set to further deepen relations and increase cooperation, particularly on the issues of the development of small island states, following the visit of the Australian Parliamentary Secretary to the Pacific Island Affairs, Mr. Richard Marles, to Seychelles this week.