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

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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February Member Mingle Wrap & Social Snaps

By | Member Events, Networking Events, What's new about MRBTA members?, What's new from the MRBTA?
The February Member Mingle was jam-packed with over 120 members enjoying an evening in the stunning, newly-renovated space at Swings & Roundabouts Yallingup Cellar Door. During the evening, Amanda Keady, sales and marketing manager at Swings, provided an update on these renovations which includes a greater capacity for functions including...
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Upcoming margaretriver.com Content Opportunities

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

The MRBTA Marketing and Membership Teams are working towards the creation of new stories on margaretriver.com to be published through Autumn. These stories form part of the Annual Content Plan which ensure a coordinated approach to marketing the Margaret River region as a destination across the MRBTA’s many platforms and…

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Government Response to Inquiry Into the Regulation of Short-Stay Accommodation in WA

By | Industry News & Updates, Media Releases

Recently, Hon Rita Saffioti MLA, Western Australian Minister for Planning, tabled the Western Australian Government response to the Inquiry into Short-Stay Accommodation in Western Australia. The Report will be made available on the Committee’s website as a ‘Related document’. The response addresses the recommendations made by the Economics and Industry…

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