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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
If you work in regional tourism, you should definitely be joining us at #ARTC19 next month.

We’ll dive into whether regional Australia is ready for the spotlight, learn more from industry leaders like Tourism Australia, explore common challenges including sustainable tourism, and of course meet and connect with other like-minded professionals.

If it sounds like the kind of thing you just might be keen to join, head on over to the website and check out the program:

There’s still time to register, and we’d love to see you in Devonport!

Pictured: #ARTC18 in The Tweed.
Australian Regional Tourism
Australian Regional Tourism
Have you considered joining one of our Pre-Convention Famils on Monday 21 October before #ARTC19?

This year, we’ve got three to choose from:

• Tasting Trail | This tour is all about highlighting agritourism and showcasing six of the very best producers to do with seafood, beef, cheese, seasonal berries, wine, cider, gin as well as capturing breathtaking scenery along the way in Tasmania’s North West Coast.

• Burnie & Wynyard | This tour takes in natural beauty, a distillery, automobile collection and makers workshop.

• Central Coast | Join our Coast to Canyon experience and explore an awe-inspiring canyon, a gem of a cave and wildlife that’s as friendly as the locals.

They’re a fantastic way to explore the region and learn more along the way. All famils depart Devonport at 8am, and don’t worry, you’ll return in time to enjoy the Welcome Reception in the evening!

Find out more and register now:

Pictured: Devonport on Tasmania’s Visit Cradle Coast. Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Peter Bellingham.

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