SeaLink Travel Group has noted slower tourism growth impacting Sydney Harbour cruises but is seeing improved tourism demand in Western Australia supported by funding initiatives from The Government of Western Australia. The company also notes that a softening Australian dollar will make Australia a more attractive holiday destination for both international visitors and local residents. … Continue reading Slow visitation in Sydney but improvements forecast with falling Australian dollar
Sustainable travel isn't just about checking off responsible tourism credentials. The opportunity is in giving travellers a greater choice of things to do across Australia... Thoughts from Jonathan Williams, Marketing Director at Klook show approx 61% of the tourism sector is online, but only 15% of tours and activities are actually bookable online. There is … Continue reading More Experiences = More Choice = Sustainable Tourism
By March 2019, the number of international visitors in Australia is 8.5 million, 3% higher than last year. As for the purpose of trips, education and business-related trips recorded an increase (7% respectively). Top 5 markets are #China(1.3million), #NewZealand(1.3million), #India(343,000), #UK(673,000) and #US(750,000). #India continued as the strongest market, where visitors are mainly for #VFR purposes. Tourism AustraliaAustralia.comDestination NSWAustralian Tourism Export CouncilTourism Research Australia See … Continue reading International Visitors In Australia
Most of our clients are keen to get ready for the Chinese market because visitors from China are increasing dramatically in recent years. The case study from #Aurora Hotels Resorts Attractions shares some key points through their practical experience to engage with China include: 1. Continually review your position – talk to Chinese visitors and … Continue reading Are you ready to engage with the Chinese market?
Since 2008, Adam O’Neill has been working to connect International and Asian businesses from LG Electronics, RedBull, Rolex, Unilever and Tourism Australia. Over the past 5 years, he has helped Australian tourism businesses address the rapid evolution of change in Asian markets. How can a tourism operator connect with Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indian and South East Asian … Continue reading Asia Advisory Clarity Story