Journey Beyond owns some of Australia’s best known attractions, including the Indian Pacific and Ghan train services, Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures in the Kimberley and Sal Salis at Ningaloo Reef.
A dream beach in Thailand known from the Hollywood film The Beach has reopened after more than three years, but restrictions apply.
Premier Mark McGowan’s conservative border settings will deter eastern states tourists from heading west even after the State re-opens on February 5, a new survey suggests.
Rottnest Island ferry operator SeaLink is expanding its fleet with a third ferry at a cost of $6 million, providing a boost to the island’s tourism for summer.
Danielle Le Messurier
WA has launched its sales pitch to the world to attract international tourists, students, migrant workers and investors. But, does it hit the mark?
Australia’s biggest airline is set to ramp up flights to and from Perth to meet surging demand for when WA’s border reopens.
National boss of global hotel chain says WA shouldn’t expect a flood of business travellers when they’re finally allowed to return once borders reopen.
The tourism industry has released its pandemic recovery blueprint for Perth, urging the WA Government to support new attractions. These are the top five project the Tourism Council says need to be green-lit.
Perth’s newest tourist attraction the Matagarup Bridge zip-line officially opened on Sunday, offering adrenaline junkies 75km/h thrills over the Swan River — but for a much higher price than expected.
Communications Minister Paul Fletcher and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese have outlined their plans for the tourism and transport sectors.
The future of Mt Augustus as a tourist attraction and hiking trail remains uncertain after a call for it to be closed for at least half the year to prevent further tragedies at the site.
Another effort to give WA’s ailing tourism industry a shot in the arm was unveiled this week, brightening the day of some local operators.
The tourism industry is doing it ‘tough’, Minister David Templeman conceded while launching a new festive travel marketing campaign.
The region’s best tourist attractions, accommodation providers and hospitality venues claimed victory at the Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards, beating out the best in the biz.
Holidaymakers have returned to the area where Cleo was allegedly abducted
Australians are being encouraged to give travel experiences as gifts this year to support jobs and businesses in the tourism sector
Four-wheel drivers visiting Harvey Dam have faced scrutiny from dam manager Water Corporation after hooning, illegal fires and violence started to occur regularly at the site.
SEE THE PICTURES: It is hoped the 12m-high entrance to the $32 million underwater observatory at Busselton jetty will be as iconic and recognisable as Sydney’s famed bridge.
The amount of struggling WA tourism businesses and travel agents that were knocked back for vital pandemic assistance has been revealed.
The AFL grand final gave Melbourne Football Club, and Perth hotels, their best night in a long time.
Tourism WA have appointed a new managing director, one year after the last permanent one resigned.
An external report commissioned by the Shire of Harvey and developed earlier this year has called for the area’s two main visitor centres to be decommissioned.
Qantas and the Northern Territory government have finalised a deal for a Darwin to London route, with the first flights set for take-off on November 14.
WA’s hard hit hospitality industry landed a $50 million spending bonanza thanks to the AFL grand final and now the local tourism chief has other global events in his sights.
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