Posts Tagged ‘ Tourism Australia ’

A tourism man runs the country

Sep 2nd, 2018 | By

Will he encourage some new thinking over the current Australia” promotion? If he does, given his background it could be quite an interesting time to be part of Australia’s tourism ambitions.

Saturday snippets: 25th of August 2018

Aug 25th, 2018 | By
Costa Rica

There are a spate of cruise stories this week as most of us settle down to enjoy the last bank holiday until Christmas.

Crocodile Dundee?

Feb 5th, 2018 | By

This ad may well be very successful but it is too early to tell. If, in the next year, there is an increase in American visitors to Australia the government can claim success.

Saturday snippets: 5th September 2015

Sep 5th, 2015 | By

Star Wars theme parks, the pioneering work of Lond Montagu and odd buildings for sale make up some of the things that caught Adrian’s eye this week.

Two weeks in Oz

Feb 27th, 2014 | By

To see a sprawling country like Australia in just a fortnight sounds like an impossible task. And it is. But Tourism Australia is actively promoting two week holidays in Australia. Why?

Oprah’s Freebie

Oct 26th, 2010 | By

I think I know how Oprah Winfrey got so rich. It’s because she doesn’t have to pay for things. As her show nears the end of its 76 year continuous run or however long it’s been, some of the last remaining programmes are going to be filmed in Australia. Why Australia you might ask. Because it looks as though Tourism Australia will be picking up a large part of the bill. As are Qantas, the airline that calls itself the spirit of Australia, who are flying 300 people from the audience at which she announced the freebie and 150 staff to Australia. They will all enjoy an 8 day, all-expenses trip in December.

There’s Nothing Like Australia

Jun 1st, 2010 | By

It almost goes without saying that there’s nowhere quite like Australia. For anybody who has been there you either love it or hate it. This headline is being used to launch Tourism Australia’s new 90 second advertisement to persuade us to visit the country. So far so good. It’s the rest of the advert that seems to have upset the some Australians.