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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
Introducing Jordan Wheeler, finalist for this year's Emerging Tourism Professional (ETP) Program!

Jordan Wheeler, is the Assistant General Manager at Capricorn Caves in Queensland. Beginning his career as a teacher, he quickly realised his passion for tourism and has developed his career in the industry at Capricorn Caves where he enjoys sharing the uniqueness of the region with domestic and international visitors.

Read Jordan’s full bio here: https://bit.ly/38uXaf9

With the support of program partners Tourism Australia and Caravan Industry Association of Australia, Jordan and finalist Lisa are each currently completing an individually designed mentorship program with Ali Uren at Kiikstart.
Australian Regional Tourism
Australian Regional Tourism
ART is very pleased to introduce Lisa Woolfe, finalist for this year's Emerging Tourism Professional (ETP) Program!
A big congratulations to Lisa who was awarded one of two top prizes amongst a very strong field of applicants.

Lisa Woolfe, is the Director Tourism & Events at Townsville Enterprise Limited and has been integral in leading and delivering projects in her eight year career with the organisation to support growth in the tourism and events sector in Townsville, North Queensland.

Read Lisa's full bio here: https://bit.ly/38uXaf9

Special thanks to partners Tourism Australia and Caravan Industry Association of Australia for making this program possible.
Australian Regional Tourism
Australian Regional Tourism
Calling Regional Tourism experts!

ART is seeking EOIs from passionate regional tourism experts to join the tourism ambassador team.

Working in the regions, we don’t always have a team on hand to troubleshoot, brainstorm or lean on, and so the Tourism Hub was established for regional tourism professionals to connect and share information.

ART is forming a regional tourism ambassador team, to act as our community experts, and to develop and share relevant information through the Hub over a 12-month period.

If you are interested we would love to hear from you!

Find out more and register here (you'll need to register a free account on the hub if you haven't first):

https://members.regionaltourism.com.au/ambassador-program/

and from Twitter


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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ART recently launched its 'Visitor Economy Thinking for Local Government' toolkit at the annual Convention held in Devonport.

Get your copy today via The Tourism Hub: https://t.co/GkmsCMMVuy

#regionaltourism #ARTC19 https://t.co/BBlAenu0zV
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What's on your schedule next week?
We are looking forward to experiencing the best of Tasmania's #cradlecoast during ART Convention 2019, including the glorious tulips that will be on show! 🌷
📸: Table Cape Tulip Farm (via Facebook)

#ARTC19 #regionaltourism #tasmania https://t.co/SixG5ki4KD
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