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Australian Regional Tourism

Australian Regional Tourism (ART) is the peak national body representing regional tourism practitioners. ART acts as a hub for collaboration, cooperation, ideas generation, knowledge sharing, networking and so much more. On behalf of its members, ART advocates for sustainable regional development and amplifies key messages to government, other industries and industry sectors, researchers, educators and the public.
Australian Regional Tourism
Australian Regional Tourism
When borders re-open, how to help arrivals

Regional Tourism Ambassador Katrina Denoux provides some practical tips on how regional tourism operators can help visitors plan and travel.

Read the full article on The Tourism Hub, a free resource for networking and sharing of regional tourism ideas, challenges and solutions.

https://members.regionaltourism.com.au
Australian Regional Tourism
Australian Regional Tourism
Looking to attract or retain staff?

ART Regional Tourism Ambassador Ali Uren of Kiikstart has developed a roadmap that has helped even remote businesses find the staff they need.

In conversation with fellow ambassador Carolyn Childs of MyTravelResearch.com she uses a brilliant case study.

Hear more over on The Tourism Hub, a great and free resource for networking and sharing of regional tourism ideas, challenges and solutions.

https://members.regionaltourism.com.au
Australian Regional Tourism
Australian Regional Tourism
How a post event review primes your event for success.
Hear more from Regional Tourism Ambassador, Linda Tillman over on The Tourism Hub.

The first step in planning a successful and sustainable event is reviewing your event to find out what’s working and what’s not.

How are you doing in achieving your event’s purpose?

Your annual post event review will help your committee answer questions like:
- How do we deliver a successful event?
- How do we maintain relevance and ahead of the crowd?
- How do we increase attendance?
- How do we sell more tickets?
- How can we improve the visitor experience?
- How do we stop our committee from burning out?
- Attracting visitors to events is increasingly competitive!

The Tourism Hub is free to join and a great resource for networking and sharing of regional tourism ideas, challenges and solutions.

https://members.regionaltourism.com.au

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We’re thrilled to release the program for the 2020 ART Convention. You can view the program on our website - https://t.co/vpnIyOj8zF
Don't forget that Convention early bird registrations close today. Visit the link above 👆 #ARTC20

Registrations for the 2020 Australian Regional Tourism (ART) virtual Convention are now open.

The Convention will be held from 27-29 October.

The convention theme is ‘Building resilient and adaptive communities that thrive’.

Find out more https://t.co/vpnIyOj8zF

#ARTC20 https://t.co/OnKrvIfbfj
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Have you got a suggestion for a keynote, workshop or masterclass for ARTC20? Then we would love to hear from you. Call for papers are now open
https://t.co/YcX528cJRy
#ARTC20 #regionaltourism https://t.co/pocpRb5PXm
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Drum roll please...the host destination for the 2020 ART Convention is...Ballarat, Victoria.
We hope you can join us from 26-28 October in @cityofballarat as we celebrate the 2020 theme of ‘building resilient and adaptive communities that thrive’
#ARTC20 https://t.co/ycBUooaK0R
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Join Linda Tillman from @tilmagroup & Ali Uren of Kiikstart, this Wednesday 13 November, at 10am for ART's first Webinar Session: 'What is the role of Local Government in a Modern and Changing Tourism Industry?'
Register here: https://t.co/lPzPfBOlb7
#regionaltourism https://t.co/W9FHAX0c6H
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