How can you help tourism now?

How can you help tourism during a lockdown? Believe it or not, there are still ways you can support travel, and its starts with your local businesses.


Hotels doing their part for COVID-19

The RMIT-Cisco Health Transformation Lab is partnering with MediStays to launch a critical new self-isolation accommodation service in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


The end of travel as we know it

Out of crisis comes creativity. The end of travel as we know it could be an opportunity for a better way to travel in the future.

Travel News

What is wellness travel?

Katherine Droga joins us this week to talk about the Wellness Tourism Summit and what wellness travel is all about.


Big stars buy into Dubai

Three of Hollywood’s biggest stars have jumped on board with Dubai Tourism for an inspiring collaborative campaign promoting the Middle Eastern nation.


Aussies tackling overtourism

Aussie travellers are keeping up with the times and adjusting their plans to benefit locals, the environment and enhance their own experiences.


Over-tourism: Is there a better way?

Locals have love/hate relationships with tourism. Tourists like their destination but dislike the crowds. Is there a way to make everyone happy?


The new boom in boomer travel

Around one third of Australia’s population was born overseas, so it probably comes as no surprise to many that heritage travel is booming.


Being a tourist in your own land

What do Australians think of tourists to our country? Do you think the expectations of tourists visiting here match our actions overseas?


Funny foreigner’s fake tourism vid

You’ll chuckle at how this funny foreigner views our methods for steering clear of dangerous creatures on Queensland beaches.


How to be a responsible traveller

Tourism is one of the world’s largest industries but it has detrimental effects on people, animals and the destinations themselves. Here are a few ways you can be a more responsible traveller.


Scary Australian attractions

Home to some of the deadliest creatures on the planet, Australia also has some pretty hairy tourist attractions that are ideal for anyone looking for a thrill.

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