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From sunny sands to wintery wonderlands, Australia is a country for all seasons, each promising a magic of its own to travellers.
After months of home-cooked meals and local take-out, set your sights on the best culinary experiences Australia has to offer.
Malaysians will be able to ‘escape’ to Australia this weekend with a live program of virtual travel experiences from Tourism Australia.
Shamila Othman is no stranger to the “work from home” (these days referred to as WFH) system. She’s the regional public relations manager (South-East Asia) for Tourism Australia, and works in the heart of the city in Kuala Lumpur.
SYDNEY: Australia will lose billions of dollars in tourism revenue as international visitors cancel trips in droves due to bush fires raging across the country, an industry body forecast Friday (Jan 17). The number of travellers booking visits to Australia has fallen 10-20% since the fires began in September.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Pillars of fire and smoke from bushfires are tarnishing Australia's reputation for pristine vistas abounding in wildlife and wreaking havoc on tourism, operators say, as authorities are forced to cancel concerts, close parks and evacuate towns.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Hundreds of residents and holiday-makers have been ordered to evacuate Australia's temperate Snowy Mountains region in the state of New South Wales as fierce fires threaten from two sides, authorities said on Thursday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian popstar Kylie Minogue has invited weary Britons to forget politics and "call on your friends in Australia" in a tourism campaign launched in Britain on Christmas Day.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison issued a rare public apology on Friday and cut short a Hawaiian vacation in response to mounting public anger after two volunteer firefighters were killed battling bushfires sweeping the country's east coast.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's most populous state declared its second emergency in as many months on Thursday as extreme heat and strong winds stoked more than 100 bushfires, including three major blazes on Sydney's doorstep.