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1. 31 May 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / TOURISM / ECONOMICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Strategy is online. [Full text]
2. 31 May 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / TOURISM / ECONOMICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister David Ridgway launched the Regional Visitor Strategy which outlines opportunities to grow SA's regional visitor economy by $1 billion. [Full text]
3. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / TOURISM
The NSW Government's failure to propose regulatory framework for short-term letting is a missed opportunity to strike a balance between individuals' rights to decide about use of their property and the responsibility property owners have as part of the [Full text]
4. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / TOURISM
Tourism Accommodation Australia said the wrong decision on commercial short-term letting has the potential to turn many Sydney residential apartment blocks into quasi-hotels. [Full text]
5. 10 May 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS / TOURISM
Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said the $53 million Yeppoon Lagoon Precinct will boost tourism and the local economy. [Full text]
6. 10 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / ECONOMICS
Minister Adam Marshall said Sydney is Australia's top destination for business events and conferences in the latest 'International Congress and Convention Association Country and City Rankings'. [Full text]
7. 3 May 18QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / TOURISM
Staff from the Universities of Westminster and Queensland said Expo 88 helped to create Brisbane's South Bank Parklands by raising expectations of what the city could be like. [Full text]
8. 3 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / TOURISM
The TTF congratulated the Victorian Government for its recognition of the economic value of investing in the visitor economy and in big ticket transport infrastructure projects. [Full text]
9. 3 May 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / TOURISM
The TTF said the NT Government recognised the potential for tourism to be the next key long-term economic driver of the NT economy with continuing strong investment the Budget. [Full text]
10. 16 April 18ECONOMICS / TOURISM
The report shows that overall tourism spending is expected to grow by around $74 billion (or 57 per cent) to $204 billion by 2026, according to the TTF. [Full text]
11. 16 April 18ECONOMICS / TOURISM
The TTF issued 'Tourism: Supercharging Australia's Future'. [Full text]
12. 5 April 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS / EMPLOYMENT / TOURISM
Treasurer Pallas said the latest Tourism Research Australia results show Victoria's tourism sector generated around 214,500 jobs last financial year - up 7.6 per cent from the previous year. [Full text]
13. 5 April 18ECONOMICS / EMPLOYMENT / TOURISM
Tourism Research Australia issued the 'State Tourism Satellite Accounts, 2016-17' and associated materials, highlighting the importance of tourism to each state and territory's economy. [Full text]
14. 3 April 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / TOURISM / ACCESSIBILITY
Minister Mark Bailey said the Palaszczuk Government regrets procurement errors made which resulted in the purchase of non-compliant trains, and that the Commonwealth Games transport plan will operate as planned. [Full text]
15. 29 March 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / TOURISM / DESIGN
Minister Lauren Moss announced that the Anzac Hill Precinct in Alice Springs is the favoured site for a National Aboriginal Art Gallery. [Full text]
16. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / RETAIL / TOURISM / ECONOMICS
The Committee for Sydney released 'Sydney as a 24-Hour City'. [Full text]
17. 19 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
A Public Works Committee has also been established in the NSW Legislative Council. [Full text]
18. 19 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
A Public Accountability Committee has been established in the NSW Legislative Council. [Full text]
19. 19 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley announced the passage of a motion requiring the NSW Government to release all documents relating to stadiums since January 2015. [Full text]
20. 15 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
The Tourism and Transport Forum advocated for the rebuild of ANZ Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park and Allianz Stadium at Moore Park. [Full text]
21. 5 March 18TASMANIA / TOURISM
The Tourism and Transport Forum said that tourism must be at the heart of a re-elected Hodgman Government. [Full text]
22. 22 February 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM
Local Government NSW issued 'Inclusive Tourism: Economic Opportunities'. [Full text]
23. 8 February 18QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / TOURISM
The Council of Mayors (SEQ) released its federal budget submission and said the introduction of fast rail was high on the agenda. [Full text]
24. 8 February 18QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / TOURISM
Minister Bailey said the Gold Coast light rail network will operate 24 hours a day, every day during the Commonwealth Games. [Full text]
25. 8 February 18QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / TOURISM
Ministers Mark Bailey and Kate Jones released the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Transport Plan. [Full text]
26. 25 January 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten announced a local advisory panel for a proposed $1 billion Northern Australia Tourism Infrastructure Fund. [Full text]
27. 18 January 18PLANNING / TOURISM / DESIGN
Paul Govind from Macquarie University discussed the need to climate proof sports stadiums. [Full text]
28. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Marshall announced a two-year partnership between the NSW Government and Webjet to promote Sydney, and rural and regional NSW. [Full text]
29. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / PLANNING
The industry is responding to demand from increasing visitor numbers to Sydney with 7,100 new and refurbished hotel rooms open for business by 2022, Minister Marshall said. [Full text]
30. 11 January 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / ECONOMICS
Minister Marshall said that over a six month period, Sydney.com and Visitnsw.com generated more than 2.9 million sales leads for the NSW tourism industry. [Full text]
31. 7 December 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said a landmark six-star hotel proposed for the Adelaide Riverbank Precinct has already attracted international investor interest and is worthy of a global design competition. [Full text]
32. 7 December 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / TOURISM / PLANNING
The NT Land Development Corporation released concept reports and related documentation outlining opportunities for development on North Bathurst Island, part of the Tiwi Islands north of Darwin. [Full text]
33. 7 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
Barton Deakin issued a Brief on the NSW Government's Stadia Strategy. [Full text]
34. 4 December 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / ENVIRONMENT / TOURISM
Premier Weatherill released concept plans for Cleland Wildlife Park in the Adelaide Hills, including a cable car, hotel and shopping village. [Full text]
35. 30 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM
Sydney has been featured in National Geographic's 'Best Trips 2018' list. [Full text]
36. 13 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / REGULATION
Local Government NSW made a submission on the NSW Planning and Environment options paper on short-term accommodation regulation. [Full text]
37. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / DESIGN / TOURISM
The Tourism and Transport Forum called on the NSW Government to adopt a recommendation for the cruise-ship industry to be allowed permanent access to Garden Island. [Full text]
38. 12 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / DESIGN / TOURISM
The Urban Taskforce released concept images for a possible redevelopment of Garden Island in Sydney Harbour as a cruise line terminal. [Full text]
39. 9 October 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TOURISM
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre issued 'The Impact of Airbnb on WA's Tourism Industry' [Full text]
40. 5 October 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM
Minister Adam Marshall announced an independent Visitor Economy Taskforce to review the NSW Government's Visitor Economy Industry Action Plan. [Full text]
41. 18 September 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Lindsay Taylor Lawyers published an overview of potential regulatory reform of short-term holiday letting in NSW. [Full text]
42. 14 September 17TASMANIA / PLANNING / TOURISM
The Planning Institute made a submission on visitor accommodation provisions in Tasmania's draft Planning Directives. [Full text]
43. 31 August 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / TOURISM / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Tourism and Transport Forum said that SA's visitor economy will receive a significant boost. [Full text]
44. 31 August 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / TOURISM / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Jay Weatherill announced that the Adelaide Convention Centre redevelopment is officially complete. [Full text]
45. 28 August 17VICTORIA / TOURISM / INFRASTRUCTURE
The City of Melbourne said it is well equipped to cope with the expected increase in CBD visitor numbers in coming years and issued a summary of planned maintenance and renewal works. [Full text]
46. 24 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TOURISM / INFRASTRUCTURE
Meeting summaries and presentation slides are online from recent public meetings for the new MAAS Museum in Western Sydney. [Full text]
47. 17 August 17TOURISM / DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS issued 'Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, Jun 2017'. [Full text]
48. 7 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
Parramatta City Council issued a fact sheet, a review report and the advice of an expert steering committee on its agreement with the NSW Government to establish an arts and cultural precinct at the Riverbank site. [Full text]
49. 7 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TOURISM
The NSW Government released the Regional Conferencing Strategy and Action Plan. [Full text]
50. 7 August 17TOURISM / ENVIRONMENT
The Tourism and Transport Forum released 'Unlocking our Great Outdoors'. [Full text]