Tourism Australia will launch the next phase of the global campaign ‘There’s nothing like Australia’ in the UK on Monday. The campaign will launch in partnership with Qantas and will include a 30 second TV advert supported by online, mobile and print elements.
Tourism Australia is launching the next phase of the global campaign in the UK on Monday 17 September. The £1m campaign will include a 30 second TV advert supported by online, mobile and print elements.
Tourism Australia has collaborated with Friend of Australia ambassador and ICEHOUSE lead singer, Iva Davies and Qantas to create an online video clip to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Australia’s unofficial anthem, Great Southern Land.
Travellers can now tap into their trusted network of Facebook friends for inspiration and ideas to plan and make the most of a holiday in Australia thanks to a new app launched this week by Tourism Australia on its Facebook page.
News that Cairns is to benefit from the launch by China Eastern of new direct flights from Shanghai from October has been warmly welcomed by Tourism Australia, as a much needed boost for Tropical North Queensland and Australian tourism.
Tourism Australia has strengthened its International Division, with the appointment of new Regional General Managers for two of its most important traditional Western markets - the United States and Continental Europe.
TripAdvisor®, the world’s largest travel site*, today announces a multi-market media partnership with Tourism Australia to inspire users to discover all that Australia has to offer and assist them in making this the year they travel to Australia.
The latest version of Tourism Australia’s There’s nothing like Australia global campaign has got off to an impressive start with the signature ad receiving more than eight million views globally since being unveiled just a fortnight ago, making it the agency’s most successful ever advert.
A new strategy aimed at tapping into the future tourism potential of India has been unveiled today at the Australia Tourism Exchange (ATE) in Perth.
Increasing numbers of visitors from China is neither inevitable nor guaranteed, Tourism Australia Managing Director Andrew McEvoy has cautioned as the agency moves into the second year of its 10-year strategy to grow demand from its fastest growing overseas market.