The program, as part of the State Government’s COVID-19 Industry Support Fund, is the first dedicated support scheme in the country for struggling travel agents.
The winery restaurant in WA’s South West continues to prove its place as one of the very best restaurants in the country, writes The West Australian’s food critic Rob Broadfield.
There is much to do with and so many things to see in just a single day.
By Tyrhys Wilson, from his recent assignment with us as one of this year's Young Travel Writer competition winners
WILL YEOMAN reflects on some of his favourite crossings
THE Northern Territory Government will throw its hat in the ring as Australia’s powerhouse states scramble to convince Qantas to pick them for its new headquarters.
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD is taken to another world at WA-fashioned hotel
WILL YEOMAN takes a hike through the beautiful Fitzgerald River National Park with gardening celebrity SABRINA HAHN
Don’t miss our next West Travel Club gala dinner with STEPHEN SCOURFIELD and STEVE RICHTER
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STEPHEN SCOURFIELD explores an outback gift
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD relives encounters with graceful swans
MORE than 2500 people have completed mandatory quarantine since the Territory’s borders were reopened on July 17. Find out how many arrivals to do quarantine came from each jurisdiction HERE.
ABOUT 73,000 people have arrived in the NT from interstate since the Territory’s borders were reopened on July 17. Find out how many visitors came from each jurisdiction HERE.
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Mark McGowan says WA is ‘happy’ to work with the Commonwealth on increasing the cap on international arrivals, but wants the feds to establish ‘secure and isolated’ facilities to handle demand.
The carrier has embarked on a review of locations of its major facilities which could result in a significant shift of assets and staff into one site.
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CEO Paul Scurrah also revealed staff who had been stood down would likely remain so until March next year.
Virgin Australia is facing “the worst crisis” in its history as its boss announced 250 imminent job cuts with more to come, and British Airways warned the pandemic may ground it permanently.
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QANTAS is preparing to scale up its flights between Sydney and Darwin, with Sydneysiders set to travel freely into the NT from October 9.
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ALMOST 70,000 people have travelled to the Territory since borders were reopened on July 17.
The kayak has played a vital role in the history of the frozen north, with global resonances, finds STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
Backpackers in the State should be allowed to extend their visas by a year to avoid exacerbating a growing shortage of hospitality workers, according to the Tourism Council of WA.
LABOR MP Luke Gosling has slammed the federal government for not raising the cap on international arrivals, saying the Territory could and should be used to repatriate Australians home quicker.
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CAMPERVANS, unkempt hair and foreign accents are back in town, as backpackers make their presence felt with accommodation rates sitting healthy across Darwin’s hostels.
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