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What's new from MRBTA?

Keen to know how your tourism association is working for you? Here you’ll discover what’s new from the MRBTA, with updates from our Visitor Centres and attractions, info about initiatives we’re working on, things that you can get involved in, and general snapshots for the industry.

Latest MRBTA News

MRWA seeks Prize Donations

By | Industry News & Updates

    MRWA seeks Prize Donations MRWA seeks donations from MRBTA members who are able to provide accommodation, spa packages, restaurant vouchers or other experiences. They wish to attract local artists to submit artworks into a competition, whereby the winning artwork will appear on the label of a 2017 commemorative…

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Design! Deliver! Delight!

By | Events, Marketing & Membership team blog, Member Events, Networking Events, What's on?, Workshops & Industry Training
Time proven strategies to develop a great customer experience & culture of service excellence Customer Experience – your number one competitive advantage ... particularly in these tough economic times. It’s a bold statement, but one that is supported by extensive empirical research. Graham Harvey from Service EQ is back in...
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Build your own regional food trail – a brainstorming workshop for producers & operators

By | Member Events, What's on?, Workshops & Industry Training
In 2015 Tourism WA launched the “Taste 2020” strategy to develop food and wine tourism in Western Australia. The aim -  to strengthen WA’s position as an internationally recognised destination where you can savour gourmet produce, fresh seafood, premium wines and boutique beverages. This strategy is a key plank in...
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Member News July 2017 #2

By | Industry News & Updates

Dr John Gladstones accepts the 2017 Cullen Award for Excellence Saturday July 22nd saw a crowd of close to 100 guests turn out at Cullen Wines to celebrate this year’s Award dinner and presentation. The highlight of the evening was the announcement of this year’s recipient, Dr John Gladstones, who…

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