Oceania — Industry News

Tourism news from the continent of Oceania. Find all the trade news for the travel sector across Oceania.
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WELLINGTON’S SPECTACULAR TAKINA CONVENTION CENTRE TO OPEN MID-2023

After three years, the spectacular convention centre in Wellington, New Zealand's capital…
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FRENCH POLYNESIA REVEALS NEW PLAN TO BECOME A LEADER IN INCLUSIVE AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

French Polynesia's tourist office,Tahiti Tourisme, has launched a new tourism development strategy…
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Tropical North Queensland promotes accessible tourism, a possible “game changer”

Tourism Tropical North Queensland Chief Executive Officer Mark Olsen said the team…
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NEW PATA REPORT PREDICTS RECOVERY TO ACCELERATE IN ASIA PACIFIC

In its latest quarterly international visitor arrivals forecast, the Pacific Asia Travel…
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QANTAS ANNOUNCES NEW DIRECT FLIGHTS BETWEEN WESTERN AUSTRALIA AND EUROPE

Australia's national airline Qantas will open its second direct flight to Europe…
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AUSTRALIA TO WELCOME BACK TRAVELLERS AS COUNTRY GETS SET TO REOPEN BORDERS

Australia is to reopen its borders to fully vaccinated travellers this month…
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PACIFIC TOURISM ORGANISATION PARTNERS WITH DESTINATION MEKONG TO ACCELERATE GROWTH

The Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) and Destination Mekong recently signed a Memorandum…
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AUSTRALIA REOPENS TO FOREIGN TRAVELLERS

Australia will welcome back fully vaccinated Singaporean travellers in November as part…
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TOURISM AUSTRALIA RELAUNCHES AUSSIE SPECIALIST PROGRAM

Tourism Australia has relaunched the award-winning Aussie Specialist Program and made it…
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“DRIVE TOURISM STRATEGY” ANNOUNCED IN SPECTACULAR NORTHERN TERRITORY

Australia's Northern Territory Government has unveiled a ten year “Drive Tourism” strategy…
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PATA UNVEILS 8-POINT PLAN FOR TOURISM RECOVERY

The CEO of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), Liz Ortiguera, highlights…
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THE LANDS “DOWN UNDER” PREPARE PATH FOR REOPENING IN 2022

Australia and New Zealand have finally set paths towards (very gingerly) reopening…
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NEW ZEALANDERS BOOST DOMESTIC TOURISM SPENDING BY OVER €600M

New Zealanders have supported the country’s recovery and tourism sector, spending an…