The Consulate-General of Brazil has announced new office hours for its Visa Section desk in Sydney.
Statistics New Zealand figures have revealed that international visitors arrivals are holding steady as the industry heads into the off-peak season.
Bigger, better, multi-linguistic Call Centre and info packs at airports to help fans navigate a textured, exciting destination
Bangkok is full of surprises.
Tourism operators Honey Trading Pty Ltd and Ai Hua International Travel Pty Ltd have been suspended from organising Chinese tour groups to visit Australia after breaching an agreement.
The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) has announced the launch of a new strategy, which will encourage Indigenous people to make a career in tourism and facilitate the development and growth o...
New South Wales' national parks are set to welcome more tourists following the passing of a law aimed at pushing nature tourism.
Approximately 320,000 residents of Iceland, government bodies and various travel companies, such as Icelandair, left online messages of support on Thursday 3rd June with the purpose of encouraging vi...
Fiji has recorded its best April ever, with Tourism Fiji's latest figures showing the country welcomed its highest number of visitors in the month of April this year.
Western Australia's Extraordinary Taxi today drove into Broome - the final destination on its groundbreaking journey across the State.
Australia's domestic tourism market has remained resilient during the March quarter and the year ending March 2010, according to figures from the Australian Government's National Visitor Survey.
Travellers may soon be adding East Wallabi Island to their destination wish list as a mid-west developer has been given the go-ahead to plan a land-based tourism facility.
The New South Wales government will invest $52.9 million into the tourism industry over the coming year in order to boost NSW as Australia's top destination.
Construction of the Red Centre Way signage is now complete making this iconic landscape easier for visitors to navigate.
Papua New Guinea has posted another record number of overseas arrivals with a 25% increase in arrivals from Australia in the first quarter of 2010, according to the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority.
The Tourism Access Working Group convened in Canberra for the first time yesterday to tackle a number of aviation and transport issues affecting the tourism industry.
Figures released today have revealed Australia is experiencing a solid recovery in international arrivals.
Tourism Australia's marketing head says the tourism body is still working on reviving domestic tourism despite just launching a campaign to draw international travellers.
The Hualapai Native American Tribe celebrated the grand opening of the new Hualapai Cultural Center in Peach Springs, Arizona – the Hualapai Nation’s Capital – earlier this year. Several hundre...
Tourists visiting South Korea this year during 'Visit Korea Year' can take advantage of a free shuttle bus to take in the sights of the thousand year old Silla capital of Gyeongju or visit the tradit...