Tourism Talk 27 February 2020

Subsidised cooperative marketing opportunities for members

Promote your business through our digital and social media marketing opportunities, inspiring travel to Noosa in March and beyond.

Opportunities available for:

  • Wellness sector - social media
  • Accommodation sector - social media
  • Hot deals in Australian Traveller newsletter and website
  • Feature in Noosa-dedicated e-newsletter through Australian Traveller

See latest opportunities here.

Australian Traveller hot deal example
Australian Traveller Noosa e-newsletter
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Noosa meets international media

Tourism Noosa Publicist Susan Ewington is attending the International Media Marketplace forum and Travel Media Summit in Sydney this week. The events bring together the tourism industry's most influential leaders, editors and travel writers to inspire ideas, share insights and discuss the trends and challenges affecting our industry.

Susand is updating them on all things Noosa, including what’s new with resort refurbishments and services, new restaurants, the new-look Noosa Eat & Drink Festival, new tours and experiences, and eco initiatives involving Noosa’s tourism industry including Plastic Free Noosa and Trees for Tourism.

Editor at large at Virgin Australia Georgia Rickard at IMM

Tourism Australia global campaign

Tourism Australia has launched its new international recovery campaign, There’s Still Nothing Like Australia, supported with $25 million allocated through the Australian Government’s National Bushfire Recovery Fund. The campaign will be rolled out globally over the coming weeks, with the global broadcast ad to be unveiled at the Destination Australia Conference in Adelaide on 12 March.

Tourism Australia Still Nothing Like Australia

Domestic campaign

Tourism Australia’s (TA’s) domestic campaign, Holiday Here This Year, is rolling out with new TV advertisements hitting the screens in regional Australia, along with national radio ads and ‘out of home’ advertising across the country. Download TA’s campaign toolkit here and join the Facebook event here

Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) is working with Tourism Australia to further promote Queensland’s own Holiday Here message with TV commercials in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and regional Queensland and other advertising. You can work the ‘Holiday Here’ messaging and logo into your own marketing to make the most of the major campaigns. See TEQ’s toolkit here.

Holiday Here This Year

Health update on Coronavirus

The coronavirus travel restrictions have been extended to 29 February 2020. This means foreign nationals who have been in mainland China are not allowed to enter Australia for 14 days from the time they left mainland China. For the latest update from the Australian Government’s Department of Health, please see here.