Category: Australian Cultural Exports

Admin conflict results in festival obliteration

TTN, 9th March 2023: Thousands of tourists and many stallholders are out of pocket after Tasmania’s Entally House cancelled

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‘Neutral Flag’ Policy threatens Australia’s sporting reputation

MELBOURNE: Tennis Australia have banned Russian flags during the 2023 Australian Open in an overt political move that damages

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Immerse yourself in Kakadu’s Indigenous culture at the Mayali Mulil Festival

“Connect with our culture, our environment and our spirit” is the message of the Indigenous Traditional Owners of Kakadu’s

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Community split on proposal to rename ‘offensive’ Blackfellow Creek

The local community is split on the debate on changing the name of Blackfellow creek. The Queensland government’s place

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Helicopter tours in kakadu

Kakadu launches new business events and incentives program

Kakadu Tourism has launched a set of new packages designed for conference, incentive and special-interest groups seeking an inspirational

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Indigenous Art

Indigenous art takes centre stage

The global art world is taking notice of Australian Indigenous works, with Ilona McGuire being one of many in

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Sunshine Coast serves up tasty new food festival

Local restaurants, farms, tourism and event operators are combining to present 85 authentic events designed to provide visitors with

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QLD $4 million budget boost for Indigenous tourism

Media release: $4 million budget boost for Indigenous tourism Queensland’s Indigenous tourism sector will get a $4 million boost in

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Visit QLD pineapple promotion

Coming up pineapples! Visit Sunshine Coast partners with My Queensland to entice winter visitors with a prickly, but sweet,

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Amazing Australian experiences

After two years of waiting, travellers can finally get Down Under as Australia is open to the world again. CNN

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