With the end of the financial year fast approaching, it’s often confusing for business owners to know what exactly they need to do in the lead up to 30 June. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of tax tips to ensure your tourism and hospitality business makes a smooth transition…
Melissa CarmichaelJune 10, 2021
Pullman Bunker Bay Resort is one of the region’s largest conference venues, offering over 700sqm of meeting space and accommodating up to 400 guests. Conference organisers are encouraged to step outside of dull meeting rooms and into our beautiful backyard. An array of meeting spaces are dotted amongst the resort’s…
We have received notification that the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) will be undertaking significant restoration works at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse as part of its nationwide maintenance and conservation program for lighthouses across Australia. The restoration works are expected to take place from July – November 2021, inclusive. During this period, the Lighthouse…
How do we take early-stage risks and test the waters before we invest time and money in new ideas? How do we make sure our idea is something that customers really want? What does co-designing with the customer actually mean? The Experiential Travel Summit (ETS) has collaborated with local South…
Melissa CarmichaelJune 2, 2021
Tourism Council WA and Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association welcomed members to the Tourism Connect Industry Sundowner held at Abbey Beach Resort for an evening of tourism industry networking and socialising.The event was a great opportunity for MRBTA Members to connect with staff at Tourism Council WA. Leslee Hall, TCWA…
Michelle DeightonMay 31, 2021
What about me? The “Me” I refer to is the tourism and hospitality industry, which could be forgiven for recalling the lyrics to Moving Pictures 1981 hit when reviewing the most recent federal budget (or for those more contemporary readers, Shannon Noll released his own version in 2004). This budget…
Melissa CarmichaelMay 17, 2021
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Years experience in destination marketing, visitor servicing & natural & historical asset management.
Members, MRBTA is not for profit incorporated association governed by a board of directors.
Visitor Centres servicing 1.2 million visitors annually
Tourist attraction operations generating funds for visitor servicing and destination marketing