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

Wine Tourism Business Support Program 2020/21

By | International Wine Tourism, What's new from the MRBTA?, Winery Members News & Updates, Workshops & Industry Training

Free Business Coaching Program MRBTA in partnership with MRWA are helping wineries create a unique opportunity to start them on the journey of developing compelling wine tourism experiences that reinforces the region’s position as one of the great wine-producing destination’s in the world. The program will assist you to: •…

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Winter Instameet: Winter experiences shared on Instagram

By | Marketing & Membership team blog, What's new from the MRBTA?
The Marketing team coordinated a winter instameet from July 20th – 23rd. A group of seven Instagram photographers, videographers, and journalists were invited to experience the region over three days and encouraged to share their wintery experiences through Instagram stories. The group took part in a host of experiences including Cabin...
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Cape Leeuwin Precinct and MRBTA – Finalists in the 2020 State Heritage Awards

By | What's new from the MRBTA?

Finalists for the 2020 Western Australian Heritage Awards have been announced, with the Margaret River region highlighted across five different categories. The awards are conducted by the Heritage Council and celebrate the dedication and high-quality work being undertaken in Western Australia in areas related to heritage tourism. The Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse…

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April Destination Marketing Snapshot & Navigating the Months Ahead

By | Marketing & Membership team blog, What's new from the MRBTA?

Monitoring the travel marketing space throughout April has involved flexibility, listening to community and industry partners, and watching a record number of webinars. The key takeaway we’ve learnt is that consumers continue to feed their interest in travel, even while restrictions are in place. High trafficked travel blogs globally, show…

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