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Australia’s hotel boom continues in spite of missing Chinese tourists

Australia’s hotel boom continues in spite of missing Chinese tourists

Since reopening borders, Australia’s international visitor numbers have been more a trickle than a flood, with many key markets, including China, still missing amid lingering COVID-19 controls, inflation and geopolitical concerns. June data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics reveals outbound travellers are growing at almost three times the rate of inbound, as Australians continue to flock overseas.

Darling Harbour precinct reopens to public in Sydney

Darling Harbour precinct reopens to public in Sydney

13 December 2016 Travel Events News Tourism News

The revitalised Darling Harbour precinct, including International Convention Centre Sydney, has formally opened to the public at the Celebrate Darling Harbour event, designed to give Sydneysiders a taste of the vibrant new city hub. Visitors were invited to enjoy a parade of musical acts, including Grammy Award winner KIMBRA, and get a glimpse of Australia’s premier convention, exhibition and entertainment venue.

P&O Cruises Australia welcomes two new ships to fleet

P&O Cruises Australia welcomes two new ships to fleet

26 November 2015 Cruise News

P&O Cruises Australia has introduced its two latest ships, Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden, expanding Australia’s largest year-round fleet to five cruise ships. With the addition of Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden, P&O Cruises Australia now has five ships cruising year-round from eight homeports in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.