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 our Joint CEOs,  sharing news and insights impacting MRBTA and the industry.

February 2018

 

Latest MRBTA News

Visitation Summary

By | Industry News & Updates, Uncategorised
The latest National Visitor Results and International Visitor Results for the year ending September 2018 have been released by Tourism Research Australia. To view the full report please click here. MRBTA also receives visitor estimates for the Margaret River region (from Busselton to Augusta) every three months, via Tourism Research...
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CinefestOZ Film Festival 2019

By | Events, Networking Events, What's on?, Your Margaret River Region Events
Held across Margaret River and Busselton, CinefestOZ is a fantastic winter event bringing visitors to the region. CinefestOZ Film Festival is a must-attend festival set against the stunning backdrop of Western Australia's iconic South West region. Celebrating great film, the festival incorporates some of Australia's most beautiful locations, world-class Margaret...
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Share the Love Ecard

By | Get Involved, What's new from the MRBTA?
Wine offers, photography packages, discounted accommodation and tour experiences and so much more. Enjoy what our beautiful region has on offer using the Share the Love Club. The ‘Share the Love Club’ is a discount e-card available exclusively for Your Margaret River Region members. Click Here to see all the...
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Augusta River Festival – Sponsorship Opportunity

By | Events, Member Events, Music, Networking Events, What's on?, Your Margaret River Region Events
Opportunity to sponsor an iconic family-focused event in Augusta. The Augusta River Festival has been a significant drawcard event for the Augusta community and its local economy since 1996, attracting over 5,500 visitors each year. The festival committee is currently in the planning stages for its 2019 event to be...
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