Tourism

The Next Generation of Tourism & Hospitality: A Regenerative Tourism Approach

By Lexi Connors – 2023 YTN Committee member In March this year, Regeneration Projects and the Young Tourism Network (YTN) united again to host Anna Pollock, an international pioneer of regenerative tourism. With over forty years experience, Pollock is a researcher, strategist and consultant who calls for a transformation of the tourism and hospitality industries. […]

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What’s on the Horizon for Victoria’s Visitor Economy? A Reflection on 2023 VTIC Summit

By Emanuel Limbongan – 2023 YTN Committee member One thing I loved about the 2023 VTIC Vision Summit is the way this summit provides a vision not only for the years ahead but also reflects on our resilience in the years that have passed (I mean, the food was good as well). It all starts

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Adapting to the Year 2020 – A Story of Resilience, Determination and Collaboration – Part 1

The teacher perspective Written by Jess Derham (Tourism Lecturer at William Angliss) I still remember the first tutorial I ever took, the first class that I stepped into. I was so nervous, it was 2005, I was 22, completing my Honours Degree in Tourism Management at Latrobe University. I got such an exciting feeling when

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What happened on the Qantas flight to nowhere

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

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