Latest Tourism Council Western Australia News

Industry Sets New Ecotourism Standard
WA Tourism Conference Declaration
Host Town Selected for 2023 WA Regional Tourism Conference
Winners Announced in 2022 GWN7 Top Tourism Town Awards
Individuals Recognised for Excellence in Tourism 22 June
Robots to Rescue
New Tourism Minister Good Move for WA Tourism
Voting Opens in 2022 GWN7 Top Tourism Town Awards
Tourism Back in Business with Baseline Settings
School’s Out – Staggering WA School Holidays to Benefit Families and Tourism
WA Businesses Win at National Tourism Awards
WA Tourism Industry Needs Investment After Border Opening
Border Announcement Gives Tourism Certainty
Tourism Council Welcomes New Tourism Minister
Tourism Industry Welcomes Reconnect WA Package
Best in Tourism Celebrated at Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards 14 November
Transition Plan Welcomed but Reopening Date Needed
Vaccination Mandate Provides Clarity for Tourism
Campaign Encourages Vax Ahead of Summer Peak
Finalists Announced in 2021 Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards
WA Domestic Tourism Loses $688m in 3 Months
Tourism Call to ‘Bring ‘Em Here for Christmas This Year’
Border Opening Ends Uncertainty for Tourism
Time to Compete for NSW and VIC Visitors
Tourism Industry Backs Contact Register
Controlled Interstate Border Gives Certainty for Tourism
Western Australians Support Safe Border Easing
Tourism Grant Announcement Welcome
WA Domestic Tourism Down 26% in July
New Resort to Inject $30m into Regional Tourism
Industry Welcomes ‘A million reasons to Wander out Yonder’ Initiative
Backpacker Extension Crucial for Regional Tourism
WA Domestic Tourism Dollars Decline by Half
AFL and Events Can Save Jobs
JobKeeper for Seasonal Tourism Staff Welcomed
Host Town Selected for 2021 WA Regional Tourism Conference
Tourism Industry Experiences Significant Decline
Roadmap to Open Interstate Borders Needed
Attractions & Experiences to Open in Phase 3
Tourism Recovery Fund a Much-Needed Lifeline
Revive WA Tourism by Booking Local
Industry Welcomes Roadmap to Reopening Tourism
30,500 Jobs and $3.1b Lost From Cancelled WA Holidays
WA’s Record $11b Tourism Industry Must Survive
JobKeeper Leaves Tourism Businesses Behind
Postpone, Don’t Cancel, Your Holiday in WA
WA Tourism Determined to Survive
Holiday in WA with State’s National Award Winners