Viewing entries posted in January 2016
Within the travel industry, regardless of what sector of the industry you are in, "peak" season is considered the busiest time of the year. When peak season falls varies depending on your location and product offering, and the greatest challenge of all comes during the ‘low’ season, where businesses struggle to maintain a viable level of bookings and product sales.
Western Australia (WA) has noticed an increasingly positive development in domestic tourism over the last few months with recent statistics from Tourism Research Australia recording a 25% increase in WA residents taking day trips compared 2014, with a 10% increase in overnight trips. 2015 up to September saw the total visitor spend in WA reach $8.9 billion, up from $8.1 billion the previous year.
Parks Australia is looking for Expressions of Interest for tourism investments and entrepreneurial ideas on Christmas Island. Christmas Island National Park is famous for its fascinating rainforest and marine life. Unique species, like the Red Crab, and abundant wildlife call the National Park their home. Among birdwatchers, Christmas Island is considered a hidden gem.
If you’re one of those people that loves a good cold beer on a hot summer’s day, then you'll love Otway Brewing’s ‘Spotted Ale’. What makes the Spotted Ale so unique, is that the water used to make the beer is sourced from the lush forests of the Otways. So Otway Brewing are certainly blessed to have the availability of pure Otway rainwater, and brew all their beers with this ‘Gift of God’. Spotted Ale also is an internationally award winning beer, so you can trust that it is of the highest quality.
Congratulations to Southern Cross Motorbike Tours for achieving Ecotourism Certification!