Let’s start off by learning a bit about you. How long have you been working in the industry? What/where did you study and what roles have you worked in up to today? My entry into the Tourism Industry was in 2014 when I studied at TASTafe in Hobart where I studied a certificate 3 & 4 in Adventure tour guiding. Now before this I studied Landscape architecture at Melbourne University. Then
After months of working almost nonstop during the coronavirus pandemic, doctor Fiona Downes says stepping on board Qantas' seven-hour round-trip to nowhere was "like being home again." A Qantas frequent flier, Downes spent unused points to treat herself to a Business Class ticket on board the Australian airline's scenic Great Southern Land flight. Read more here.
To help our readers get to know you, tell us a bit about yourself and your career journey so far. I grew up in Geelong when it wasn’t cool, fled to Melbourne for 15 years in my 20’s and wised up and moved to the Bellarine (Portarlington) just over 10 years ago. Geelong is cool now, and it’s great having access to the city while living in a gorgeous
Let’s start off by learning a bit about you. How long have you been working in the industry? What/where did you study and what roles have you worked in up to today? I’ve been working in the Tourism and Hospitality industry since starting my career as a 17yo young kiwi man, almost 20 years ago. I made my first defining adult decision at the age of 16 to leave school and
Have you seen what we've been up to this year at the Young Tourism Network (YTN)?? Think it's been pretty rad? Want IN?? If you're nodding at your screen and could not agree more, great news, committee nominations to join us ARE OPEN! Get around us and NOMINATE YOURSELF NOW * : https://form.jotform.com/202530756102848 Know another current YTN member whom you know would be interested in being a part of our volunteer
When life begins to return to ‘normal’ and those itching to resume travelling begin planning their next getaway, the tourism and events industries need to be ready to support their guests. Adapted event operations and travel habits could result in new and varied styles of visitation and is an opportunity where we should provide visitors with further responsible travel options; supporting the local regions, their economies, health and environment. On Thursday
First it was our food. Now whole neighbourhoods are being styled to look good on social media. But by viewing the world through a screen, do we miss the bigger picture? Bella Mackie from the Guardian has addressed this and talks about the cost of viewing our surroundings only as a backdrop to our personal portfolio, read more here. Is this an appropriate time to ask you to follow us on our
Tell us a bit about yourself - where and what did you study? Tell us about your current role at Gray Line Australia. After finishing high school, I went straight into university. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Social Science at RMIT. The sustainability and environments field has always been an area of interest for me, but I knew I had a strong drive and interest for the tourism
Travelling may feel like it's a dream right now but traveling to diverse places really does broaden the mind, according to new research published. Lonely Planet has a fantastic article outlining a hosts most inspiring travel moments in Africa. Click here to read it here!
Let’s get to know a bit about you. What did you study at uni? What were some of your past roles before you joined VTIC? Tourism was not my first career choice, my undergraduate degree is in Politics and European Studies with Honours in European Studies. I was working at State Parliament in Perth when I finished uni, and after a year I was ready to get out of Perth, so I moved to