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.

CEO Update

Monthly updates from Claire Savage, CEO,  sharing news and insights impacting MRBTA and the industry.

February 2018

 

Latest MRBTA News

Tourism Australia Launches New A$10 Million ‘UnDiscover Australia’ Campaign in South & South East Asia

By | Industry News & Updates

Tourism Australia has launched a new A$10 million campaign in South and South East Asia challenging perceptions and stereotypes of what Australia offers the region’s travellers as a tourism destination. UnDiscover Australia is specifically targeting high value travellers in India, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia by showcasing unusual, unfamiliar and unexpected attractions…

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August Member Mingle

By | Member Events, What's on?
Around 100 MRBTA members enjoyed a cozy night by the fire at Stay Margaret River last night for our monthly member mingle. Everyone can agree the venue, food, wine and service was divine and a great way to hide away from the wintery night outside. Stay Margaret River is the...
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Margaret River On Tour

By | Singapore Wine Tourism Marketing Events, What's new in the industry?

Update 6 September 2018 Tickets for the Showcase event are now live, please share this link with your network https://www.facebook.com/events/266032927365753/ Update 28 September Accommodation Swissotel The Standford, Singapore Premier Room with 1 Breakfast + Internet $S245++ per night Additional buffet Breakfast $30++ per person per day Check in from Monday 8…

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Tax Office to Monitor Airbnb Providers

By | Industry News & Updates

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has announced that it will be collecting data from online accommodation platforms such as Airbnb and short stay accommodation providers in order to increase equity between traditional accommodation providers and the short stay accommodation sector. The ATO has announced that it will; Collect data to…

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