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6 – 9 April

DIRECTORY OF

AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITORS
Organisation

AccorHotels Australia .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

Aldesta Hotels ** First Time ** .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4

Australian Wildlife Journeys ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

Australia's Coral Coast ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

Australia's Golden Outback ** First Time ** ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6

Australia's Indian Ocean Islands ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

Australia's South West ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7

BridgeClimb Sydney ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................7

Brisbane Marketing ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8

Byron Bay and Beyond ** First Time ** ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

Captain Cook Cruises and SeaLink Travel Group .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9

Chadstone The Fashion Capital ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9

COMO The Treasury ** First Time ** ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10

Crystalbrook Collection ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10

Cultural Attractions of Australia ** First Time ** ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 11

d'Arenberg .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11

Daydream Island Resort ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................12

Destination NSW ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12

Destination Perth ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13

Destination Phillip Island ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13

Dirk Hartog Island ** First Time ** ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Discover Aboriginal Experiences ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Discovery Parks ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 15

Go Beyond Melbourne ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

Go Horizontal Falls Tours ** First Time ** ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

Great Southern Touring Route .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17

Hamilton Island Great Barrier Reef ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17

Hyatt Hotels .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................18

Jenolan Caves .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18

Journey Beyond ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 19


Kimberley Experiences Group .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19

Kingfisher Bay Resort Group, Fraser Island ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................20

Lake House Daylesford ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20

Lancemore Group ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 21

Luxury Lodges of Australia ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................21

Mackay Tourism ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 22

Mackerel Islands & Onslow Beach Resort ** First Time ** ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................22

Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23

Nitmiluk Tours ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23

NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................24

Opera Australia ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 24

Penfolds Magill Estate Winery .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25

Perth Wildlife Encounters .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25

QT Hotels and Resorts ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................26

Scenic World Blue Mountains ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26

Sirromet Wines ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................27

South Australian Tourism Commission ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 27

Sovereign Hill .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28

Sydney Harbour Boat Tours ** First Time ** ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28

Sydney Opera House ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 29

Taronga Zoo Sydney .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................29

Thala Beach Nature Reserve ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 30

The Langham Melbourne .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 30

Tourism and Events Queensland ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31

Tourism Noosa .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 31

Tourism Northern Territory ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 32

Tourism Port Douglas Daintree ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32

Tourism Tasmania ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 33

Tourism Tropical North Queensland ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 33

Tourism Western Australia 1 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 34

Tourism Western Australia 2 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 34

True North Adventure Cruises ** First Time ** .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35


Ultimate Winery Experiences Australia ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35

Victoria Racing Club ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................36

Visit Sunshine Coast ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36

Visit Victoria ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37

VisitCanberra .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37

Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................38

WAITOC Aboriginal Tours & Experiences .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................38

Willie Creek Pearls ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 39

Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 39

YHA Australia .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40


AccorHotels Australia Table 36 Aldesta Hotels Table 15

Level 30, 123 Pitt Street Ms Ginni Post 92 Commodore Drive Mrs Karen Sweeney
Sydney NSW 2000 Director of Communications Surfers Paradise QLD 4217 Sales & Marketing Manager
Australia Australia
Tel: +612 9280 9874 Tel: +61 417 449 481
Email: ginni.post@accor.com Email: sales.australia@aldestahotels.com
Website: www.accorhotels.com Website: www.heronisland.com

AccorHotels is Australia’s largest hotel operator, boasting a dynamic portfolio of Aldesta Hotels strive to showcase the unique experiencies of Queensland's natural wonders.
internationally renowned brands from luxury to economy, upscale to lifestyle and midscale Heron Island Resort is Aldesta’s first property in Australia, situated on a natural coral cay in
hotel brands. With hotels and resorts located in CBD, suburban, regional and remote the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area Marine Park and offers some of the best scuba
locations, AccorHotels offers a range of accommodation options to suit every style and diving and snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef.
budget.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge


Main operation type: Accommodation - Hotel/Motel
Area of operation: QLD
Area of operation: ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), New (France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom
Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia)

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Australian Wildlife Journeys Table 19 Australia's Coral Coast Table 4

1139 Playford Highway Mr John Daw Suite 1, 46 Ord Street Mrs Suzanne Fisher
Cygnet River SA 5223 Executive Officer West Perth WA 6005 Marketing & PR Manager
Australia Australia
Tel: +614 3845 4259 Tel: +612 9321 9111
Email: john@australianwildlifejourneys.com Email: suzanne@australiascoralcoast.com
Website: www.australianwildlifejourneys.com Website: www.australiascoralcoast.com

Australian Wildlife Journeys is a group of Australia’s leading independently owned wildlife Australia’s Coral Coast is the regional tourism organisation promoting the area from Perth to
tourism experiences, showcasing wildlife encounters in natural habitats combined with warm the Ningaloo Reef. Highlights include the Pinnacles Desert, swimming with Whale Sharks &
hospitality. A high level of guiding expertise and focus on interpretation that connects with whales, wildflower carpets plus two World Heritage Areas. Australia's Coral Coast assist
guests, encourages self-reflection and contributes to conservation, underpins the group. media with itinerary planning, new and suitable product for international markets and more.

Main operation type: Special Interest Operator Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority

Area of operation: NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA Area of operation: WA

Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom (France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Australia's Golden Outback Table 10 Australia's Indian Ocean Islands Table 13

Suite 17, 1st Floor, 195 Adelaide Terrace Mr Marcus Falconer Gaze Road Mrs Jahna Luke
East Perth Western Australia 6004 Chief Executive Officer Settlement Marketing Manager
Australia Christmas Island WA 6798
Tel: +618 9325 1511 Australia
Email: ceo@goldenoutback.com Tel: +618 91648382
Website: www.australiasgoldenoutback.com Email: marketing@christmas.net.au
Website:
Australia's Golden Outback covers 54% of Western Australia from the outback to the coast. www.australiasindianoceanislands.com.au
Iconic road trips take in station and farm stay experiences, gold rush history, and pristine
coastal national parks and scenery, including the white beaches of Esperance and the bubble Australia’s Indian Ocean Islands encompass Christmas Island and the Cocos Keeling Islands.
gum pink Lake Hillier on Middle Island. Discover Christmas Island with its spectacular red crab migration, rainforest, rare and
endemic birds, and amazing marine life. The Cocos Keeling Islands, an unspoilt island
paradise, are home to world class diving and kite surfing.
Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority

Area of operation: WA Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority


Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), New Area of operation: WA
Zealand, United Kingdom
Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), North Asia
(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South Asia
(India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia),
United Kingdom

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Australia's South West Table 17 BridgeClimb Sydney Table 52

Level 1 Ms Tonia Home 5 Cumberland Street Mr Brock Goodhill


Lot 830 Koombana Drive Marketing Manager The Rocks NSW 2000 Public Relations Specialist
Bunbury WA 6230 Australia
Australia Tel: +612 9240 1191
Tel: +618 9791 9197 Email: pshumack@bridgeclimb.com
Email: mm@australiassouthwest.com Website: www.bridgeclimb.com
Website: www.australiassouthwest.com
See Sydney at its best - take the Climb of Your Life with BridgeClimb Sydney. From dawn
Australia’s South West is more than just a destination – it is a hotspot for once-in-a-lifetime until dusk, the view is always different. Climbs are available at dawn (limited departures), by
experiences, breathtaking scenery and quirky wildlife encounters just a few hours from day, twilight or night. Don’t miss this unforgettable, and uniquely “Sydney” experience.
Perth. From feasting on the spoils of nature’s pantry and drinking world-class drops, to
exploring ancient environments and surfing the perfect wave.
Main operation type: Attraction

Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority Area of operation: NSW

Area of operation: WA Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), South Asia New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
(India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia), Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
United Kingdom Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Brisbane Marketing Table 41 Byron Bay and Beyond Table 51

Level 20 Ms Shaun O'Dowd 1 Main Street Mr Russell Mills


69 Ann Street Communications Advisor Clunes NSW 2480 Managing Director
Brisbane QLD 4000 Australia
Australia Tel: +612 6619 1414
Tel: +617 3006 6233 Email: rus@surferrosa.com.au
Email: sodowd@brisbanemarketing.com.au Website: www.byronbayandbeyond.com
Website: www.visitbrisbane.com.au
Byron Bay and Beyond is a portfolio of tourism suppliers in Byron Bay, one of Australia's
With stunning new hotels, culinary experiences and recreation precincts, Brisbane combines most beautiful and accessible regional destinations. Surfer Rosa Communications represents
international events and world-class cultural experiences with a magnificent backdrop of the portfolio and specialises in representing unique and boutique Australian destinations and
beautiful islands and beaches, rugged national parks, pristine rainforests and delightful product to global markets.
country retreats. Brisbane Marketing provides market intelligence, insights and product
updates for the Greater Brisbane region.
Main operation type: Product Representation Company

Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority Area of operation: NSW

Area of operation: QLD Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), New New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Taiwan) Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Captain Cook Cruises and SeaLink Travel Table 34 Chadstone The Fashion Capital Table 55
Group C/O Chadstone -The Fashion Capital Mr Ian McDougal
Jetty 6, Circular Quay Mrs Brooke Tolar 1341 Dandenong Road Business Development Executive
Sydney NSW 2000 Public Relations Manager Chadstone VIC 3148
Australia Australia
Tel: +612 9206 1111 Tel: +613 9563 3355
Email: pr@captaincook.com.au Email: chadstone.tourism@vicinity.com.au
Website: www.captaincook.com.au Website: www.chadstone.com.au

SeaLink Travel Group is one of Australia’s most dynamic tourism and transport companies Chadstone – The Fashion Capital is Australia’s largest shopping centre and a world-renowned
and believe travel is about connecting people, sharing experiences and creating brilliant fashion and entertainment hub for local and international visitors. An all-encompassing retail
memories. They operate in Kangaroo, Magnetic, North Stradbroke, Tiwi, Rottnest, Bruny and experience, Chadstone features over 550 stores, designer boutiques and 39 luxury brands.
Fraser Islands, Murray River, Adelaide, Sydney Harbour, Townsville, the Great Barrier Reef, At Chadstone, you’ll find all your lifestyle needs.
Darwin, and Perth.
Main operation type: Attraction
Main operation type: Tour Operator
Area of operation: VIC
Area of operation: NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, WA
Relevant international markets: New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
(France, Germany, Italy), North Asia (China, Singapore and Malaysia)
Hong Kong, Taiwan)

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COMO The Treasury Table 14 Crystalbrook Collection Table 22

1 Cathedral Avenue Ms Kristina Coli Surry Hills House Ms Katie Malone


Perth WA 6000 Director of Marketing and Communications Level 2, 10-14 Waterloo Street Group Director, Marketing
Australia Surry Hills NSW 2010
Tel: +618 6168 7888 Australia
Email: como.thetreasury@comohotels.com Tel: +612 9048 4444
Website: www.comohotels.com/thetreasury Email: info@crystalbrookcollection.com
Website: www.crystalbrookcollection.com
COMO The Treasury is an elegant Perth hotel occupying the 19th-century State Buildings,
featuring a Victorian-era façade coupled with COMO’s contemporary interior style. Dining Crystalbrook Collection is a new hotel and resort group with five-star properties in Sydney
options include rooftop Wildflower restaurant and osteria Post, with The Treasury Lounge and and Cairns and developments in Port Douglas and Newcastle. Each hotel carries an authentic
Bar an elegant space for drinks. COMO Shambhala Urban Escape offers holistic therapies. expression of its location. Add playful designs, a stimulating environment and a passion for
fun, and you have a uniquely enriching experience.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Hotel/Motel


Main operation type: Accommodation - Hotel/Motel
Area of operation: WA
Area of operation: NSW, QLD
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea, Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
North Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South (France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom
Asia (India, Indonesia, Singapore and
Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Cultural Attractions of Australia Table 18 d'Arenberg Table 74

PO Box 93 Ms Jane Ross 58 Osborn Road Ms Rachael Whitrow


Fairfield VIC 3078 Executive Officer McLaren Vale SA 5171 Cellar Door and Tourism Manager
Australia Australia
Tel: +61 412 254 286 Tel: +618 8329 4828
Email: jross@culturalattractionsofaustralia.com Email: rwhitrow@darenberg.com.au
Website: www.culturalattractionsofaustralia.com Website: www.darenberg.com.au

Cultural Attractions of Australia is an industry-led collective of iconic Australian arts and The d'Arenberg Cube is a an iconic five-storey building, located 45 minutes south of Adelaide
cultural attractions that have joined forces to present the best of Australia’s cultural offering CBD, where guests can taste wine, relax, interact, have fun and soak in the stunning views.
to the world. Each attraction has developed premium experiences, ensuring unrivalled access Offering a selection of immersive, educational and gastronomical experiences, guests can
and attention for their guests who can expect the unexpected. lose themselves here for hours.

Main operation type: Association Main operation type: Special Interest Operator

Area of operation: ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA Area of operation: SA

Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), North Asia
(France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United Kingdom

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Daydream Island Resort Table 28 Destination NSW Table 53

Suite 3.04 Mr Jayson Heron 88 Cumberland Street Ms Kristy Meudell


2 Help Street Director of Sales & Marketing The Rocks Director, Public Relations & Visiting Media
Chatswood NSW 2067 Sydney NSW 2000
Australia Australia
Tel: +612 9474 7400 Tel: +612 9931 1111
Email: marketing@daydreamisland.com Email: media@dnsw.com.au
Website: www.daydreamisland.com Website: www.sydney.com and
www.visitnsw.com
One of Australia’s most-loved island resorts, Daydream Island will re-open in April 2019,
unveiling the new-look, premium resort in the heart of the Whitsundays. The resort will With endless unspoilt beaches, breathtaking natural treasures and one of the world’s most
launch new signature dining concepts, relaxed bars and waterfront rooms, as well as the famous and vibrant cities, there’s no place in the world like New South Wales. From Sydney
iconic Living Reef with an education centre and underwater observatory. Harbour to the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley, NSW is home to
indulgent wine regions, seaside villages and high mountain country.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge


Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation
Area of operation: QLD
Area of operation: NSW
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), North Asia
(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United Kingdom Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), New
Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Taiwan)

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Destination Perth Table 16 Destination Phillip Island Table 56

Ground Floor, 33 Colin Street Ms Tracey Cinavas-Prosser PO Box 683 Ms Pauleen Boulton
West Perth WA 6005 Chief Executive Officer Cowes VIC 3922 Tourism Co Ordinator
Australia Australia
Tel: +618 9321 9120 Tel: +613 5952 2729
Email: ceo@experienceperth.com Email: info@visitphillipisland.com.au
Website: www.experienceperth.com Website: www.visitphillipisland.com

Perth Region Tourism Organisation Inc. (PRTO) is the region's peak destination marketing Destination Phillip Island is the peak industry body for tourism in the Phillip Island region.
organisation responsible for promoting Perth, Western Australia, as a desirable holiday Phillip Island is an easy 90 minutes drive from Melbourne and home to one of Australia’s
destination. PRTO focuses on marketing the enriching experiences, places to stay and things most popular natural wildlife experiences, the Penguin Parade, as well as an abundance of
to see and do within the Perth and surrounds region. unique nature and inspiring experiences.

Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority

Area of operation: WA Area of operation: VIC

Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
Korea, New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong (France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand, North
Kong, Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia, Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South Asia
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom (India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia),
United Kingdom

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Dirk Hartog Island Table 8 Discover Aboriginal Experiences Table 20

PO Box 62 Mr Kieran Wardle GPO Box 2721 Mrs Nicole Mitchell


Denham Australia WA 6537 Director Sydney NSW 1006 Global Project Executive, Experiences
Australia Australia
Tel: +618 9948 1211 Tel: +61 410 499 525
Email: escape@dirkhartogisland.com Email: nmitchell@tourism.australia.com
Website: www.dirkhartogisland.com Website: www.tourism.australia.com/aboriginal

Renowned for its history, spectacular landscapes and wildlife encounters, Dirk Hartog Island Discover Aboriginal Experiences is a flagship suite of extraordinary Aboriginal experiences,
offers a unique World Heritage experience. Witness the ‘Return to 1616’ ecological showcasing the world's oldest living culture through the cornerstones of cultural insight,
restoration project turning the island into an ‘ark’ for endangered animals. Relax at their authenticity and meaningful connections. This Signature Experiences collective of over 130
Rustic Luxury Eco Lodge, join a guide walk and watch Australia’s last sunset 600ft above the Aboriginal guided experiences offers a diverse range of cultural encounters throughout
Indian Ocean. Australia in both urban and regional locations.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge Main operation type: Aboriginal

Area of operation: WA Area of operation: NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA

Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), New Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
Zealand, United Kingdom (France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom

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Discovery Parks Table 32 Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Table 61

L7, 60 Light Square Mrs Jessica Playford 2600 Wolgan Road Ms Anna Guillan
Adelaide SA 5000 PR Manager Wolgan Valley NSW 2790 Regional Director, Sales & Marketing Australia
Australia Australia and New Zealand
Tel: +61 478 346 504 Tel: +612 6350 1800
Email: jplayford@discoveryparks.com.au Email: info@oneandonlywolganvalley.com
Website: www.discoveryholidayparks.com.au Website: www.oneandonlywolganvalley.com

Discovery Holiday Parks is Australia's largest operator of holiday parks. In 2019, Discovery Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is an ultra-luxury conservation-based resort, located 2.5
Rottnest Island launches the first new accommodation on the island in over 35 years. hours’ drive from Sydney in the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains region. Set on
7,000 acres of carbon-neutral conservation and wildlife reserve, the resort combines
absolute luxury with a quintessentially Australian bush experience.
Main operation type: Accommodation - Hotel/Motel

Area of operation: ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe Area of operation: NSW
(France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand, North
Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United
Kingdom

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Go Beyond Melbourne Table 57 Go Horizontal Falls Tours Table 5

91-97 Thompson Avenue Mrs Alva Hemming Unit 1, 15-17 Dampier Terrace Miss Bree Cardilini
PO Box 683 Marketing Manager Broome WA 6725 Marketing & Business Development Manager
Cowes VIC 3922 Australia
Australia Tel: +618 9192 5577
Tel: +61 417 122 831 Email: hello@gobeyondbroome.com.au
Email: visit@gobeyondmelbourne.com Website: www.gohorizontalfallstours.com.au
Website: www.gobeyondmelbourne.com
Experience the awe-inspiring Horizontal Falls and beyond. For over 35 years the Tucker
Go Beyond Melbourne (GBM) is Victoria’s newest touring route offering inspiration and tools Family have pioneered luxury cruising in the Kimberley. Their new venture, Go Horizontal
to plan a multi-day tour linking four iconic regions: Yarra Valley, Phillip Island, Mornington Falls Tours is your new opportunity for adventure. Their full-day tours from Broome, Western
Peninsula and Geelong Bellarine Peninsula. Get the inside story on what’s new and dip into Australia feature spectacular scenic flights and 5-hour Kimberley cruise.
GBM's tools for great new storylines.

Main operation type: Tour Operator


Main operation type: Touring Route
Area of operation: WA
Area of operation: VIC
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe (France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand,
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea, United Kingdom
New Zealand, South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Great Southern Touring Route Table 59 Hamilton Island Great Barrier Reef Table 45

25 trimble street Mr Tim Grandfield Hamilton Island Miss Stephanie Maguire


daylesford VIC 3460 Executive Officer The Whitsundays, Great Barrier Reef PR, Events and Sponsorship Manager
Australia Hamilton Island QLD 4803
Tel: +61 447 780 808 Australia
Email: eo@gstr.org.au Tel: +612 9433 0468
Website: www.greatsoutherntouring.com.au Email: smaguire@hamiltonisland.com.au
Website: www.hamiltonisland.com.au
Great Southern Touring Route (GSTR) is widely regarded as one of the world's finest road
trips, incorporating Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula, the Great Ocean Road, the Hamilton Island is located within the Whitsunday Islands in the heart of the Great Barrier
Grampians and Ballarat Goldfields regions of Victoria. GSTR is well established and has been Reef. Here visitors can experience the very best of Australia - natural landscapes, turquoise
a market leader for over 25 years. waters and secluded beaches. Hamilton Island offers a range of accommodation options and
activities, all within a direct flight from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Cairns.

Main operation type: Touring Route


Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge
Area of operation: VIC
Area of operation: QLD
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), North Asia (China, Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
Hong Kong, Taiwan), South Asia (India, (France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom
Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia), United
Kingdom

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Hyatt Hotels Table 6 Jenolan Caves Table 62

99 Adelaide Terrace Miss Johanna Liberiou 4655 Jenolan Caves Road Ms Carolyn Melbourne
East Perth WA 6000 Global Sales Director Jenolan Caves NSW 2790 Marketing
Australia Australia
Tel: +61 437 856 108 Tel: +612 6359 3904
Email: johanna.liberiou@hyatt.com Email: carolyn.melbourne@jenolancaves.org.au
Website: www.perth.regency.hyatt.com Website: www.jenolancaves.org.au

Hyatt Hotels, in Australia’s key destination cities, offer luxurious accommodation, innovative Jenolan offers Australia's largest and most spectacular caves (and the world's oldest).
restaurants and bars, spa experiences, as well as cultural and family activities, perfect for Located in the Blue Mountains, explore massive caverns and pure underground rivers.
every traveller’s needs. Hyatt properties have a reputation, not only for their physical Experience fascinating guided tours, Adventure Caving and wild native Australian animals.
distinctiveness, incorporating local art and design, but also for their attention to detail and The onsite hotel offers 53 guestrooms with a restaurant and new cafe seating 160 guests.
personalised service provided.

Main operation type: Attraction


Main operation type: Accommodation - Hotel/Motel
Area of operation: NSW
Area of operation: ACT, NSW, VIC, WA
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), New
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), North Asia Zealand, United Kingdom
(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United Kingdom

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Journey Beyond Table 23 Kimberley Experiences Group Table 7

L5/233 North Terrace Ms Melanie Reid Lot 319 Laine Jones Drive Miss Emma Fehon
Adelaide SA 5000 General Manager - PR & Communications Kununurra Airport Group Marketing Manager
Australia Kununurra WA 6743
Tel: +61 419 848 507 Australia
Email: melanie.reid@journeybeyond.com.au Tel: +618 9192 3360
Website: www.journeybeyond.com Email: emma@kimberleyexperiences.com.au
Website: www.kimberleyexperiences.com.au
Journey Beyond is Australia's latest experiential tourism organisation focussed on bringing
Australia's most unique and iconic experiences to life. Journey Beyond currently owns and A group of businesses under common ownership, linking products to showcase the stunning
operates Cruise Whitsundays, Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef, Darwin Harbour Cruises, Rottnest scenery of the Pilbara, Kimberley and Top End. With diverse products - Aviair, HeliSpirit,
Express and Great Southern Rail (The Ghan, Indian Pacific, The Overland and the new Great Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge, Bungle Bungle Guided Tours, Freshwater East Kimberley
Southern). Apartments – and expert local knowledge to personalise unique experiences in spectacular
locations.

Main operation type: Tour Operator


Main operation type: Tour Operator
Area of operation: NSW, NT, QLD, SA, VIC, WA
Area of operation: WA
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), New
Zealand, United Kingdom Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), Japan and
Korea, United Kingdom

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Kingfisher Bay Resort Group, Fraser Island Table 30 Lake House Daylesford Table 70

Level 4, 410 Queen Street Ms Monique Parker Lake House Mr Ben Cole
Brisbane QLD 4000 Group Communications Manager 4 King Street Marketing Manager
Australia Daylesford VIC 3460
Tel: +61 419 647 752 Australia
Email: monique_parker@kingfisherbay.com Tel: ++61353483329
Website: www.kingfisherbay.com Email: ben.cole@lakehouse.com.au
Website: lakehouse.com.au
Kingfisher Bay Resort Group is the leading tourism operator on Fraser Island, including two
resorts, two touring businesses, and the ferry service. The Wolf-Tasker family’s iconic Luxury Lodge. Operating for 35 years it features an awarded
country hotel & 2 Chef Hat Restaurant, much lauded cellar, Cooking School, artist’s studio
and more. Lakeside infinity pool and refurbished Waterfront Pool Studios are new.
Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge Information on The Institute of Gastronomy and The Farm to come.
Area of operation: QLD
Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom Area of operation: VIC

Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe


(France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom

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Lancemore Group Table 35 Luxury Lodges of Australia Table 21

Level 1, 206 Lorimer Street Mrs Chantelle Veness PO Box 748 Ms Penny Rafferty
Port Melbourne VIC 3207 Group Director of Sales & Marketing Tanunda SA 5352 Executive Officer
Australia Australia
Tel: +613 8616 0534 Tel: +61 428 633 408
Email: info@lancemore.com.au Email: penny@luxurylodgesofaustralia.com.au
Website: www.lancemore.com.au Website: www.luxurylodgesofaustralia.com.au

The Lancemore Group is one of Australia's most awarded boutique hotel operators. The This is no ordinary hotel group, but rather a gathering of like-minded entrepreneurs
collection includes the newly refurbished Lindenderry Red Hill by Hecker Guthrie and passionate enough to create the upscale, intimate lodging and bespoke experiences they
Larmont Sydney by Hassell Studio, as well as the iconic Mansion Hotel & Spa, Lancemore Hill know sophisticated global travellers seek. These lodges, in Australia’s most significant
Macedon Ranges, Lindenwarrah Milawa & Alamanda Palm Cove. landscapes, define the new luxury and showcase Australia’s extraordinary depth and
diversity of experience and place.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Hotel/Motel


Main operation type: Association
Area of operation: NSW, QLD, VIC
Area of operation: NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), New
Zealand, United Kingdom Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), North Asia
(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United Kingdom

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Mackay Tourism Table 29 Mackerel Islands & Onslow Beach Resort Table 11

The Mill Mr Daniel Brown


320 Nebo Road Communications Officer 1/589 Stirling Hwy Miss Kate McCann
Mackay QLD 4740 Cottlesloe WA 6011 Marketing & Sales Manager
Australia Australia
Tel: +617 4837 1277 Tel: +618 9284 2307
Email: marketing@mackayregion.com Email: marketing@mackerelislands.com.au
Website: www.mackayregion.com Website: www.mackerelislands.com.au

The Mackay region offers unspoilt nature-based experiences to fit everyone's wishlist. From A unique adventure playground, located off the mid-coast of Western Australia, a 2-hour
wallabies on the beach at sunrise, guaranteed wild platypus spotting, stunning rainforest, flight from Perth. Stay in beachfront cabins with stunning ocean views, snorkel, fish, kayak,
diverse fishing, a unique island, the Great Barrier Reef and exceptional culinary experiences. or rent your own island! Nestled among coral reefs and visited by sea turtles, dolphins,
Mackay Tourism is the peak marketing body representing tourism operators in the Mackay whales and colourful fish, for an amazing, off-the-beaten-track experience.
region.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge


Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority
Area of operation: WA
Area of operation: QLD
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe (France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand,
(France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand, United Kingdom
United Kingdom

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Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Table 58 Nitmiluk Tours Table 49
Park PO Box 1821 Miss Sveva Falletto
550 Tyabb-tooradin Rd Mr Michael Johnson Katherine NT 0850 Cheif Operating Officer
Pearcedale VIC 3912 Director Australia
Australia Tel: +618 8972 3980
Tel: +613 5978 7935 Email: sales@nitmiluktours.com.au
Email: info@moonlit-sanctuary.com Website: www.nitmiluktours.com.au
Website: www.moonlitsanctuary.com.au
Nitmiluk Tours is 100% Indigenous owned and operated within Nitmiluk National Park.
Melbourne’s award-winning wildlife park where visitors can enjoy close contact with Explore Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge - cruise, fly, canoe, swim, walk and immerse yourself in
kangaroos, koalas, other Australian animals, birds and reptiles. Home to extensive the ancient culture of the Jawoyn people. From campgrounds to tented accommodation, self-
conservation programs and daily wildlife shows, all set within natural bushland in an Eco- contained chalets and the boutique Cicada Lodge, there's an option for everyone.
Tourism accredited and Humane Society Int. registered sanctuary. Open daily with magical
evening wildlife tours year-round.
Main operation type: Tour Operator

Area of operation: NT
Main operation type: Attraction
Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), North Asia
Area of operation: VIC
(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South Asia
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), South Asia (India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia)
(India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia),
United Kingdom

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NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Table 64 Opera Australia Table 66

Level 14, 59 Goulburn Street Mr Mark Fordham 480 Elizabeth St Miss Janet Glover
Sydney NSW 2000 Senior Strategy Officer Surry Hills NSW 2010 Public Relations Manager
Australia Australia
Tel: +612 9995 6500 Tel: +612 9699 1099
Email: parks.info@environment.nsw.gov.au Email: janet.glover@opera.org.au
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au Website: www.opera.org.au

The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service manages a portfolio of unique landscapes Opera Australia is the country's internationally-acclaimed opera company who perform at the
across the state including stunning World Heritage listed rainforests and waterfalls, sandy Sydney Opera House, Arts Centre Melbourne and on the spectacular over-water stage on
beaches and rugged outback expanses and provides a diverse range of world class nature- Sydney Harbour with Handa Opera. In 2019 they continue to roll out a new digital program,
based experiences, accommodation, aboriginal culture and incentive events. capitalising on the huge success of their digital production of Aida in 2018.

Main operation type: Attraction Main operation type: Special Interest Operator

Area of operation: NSW Area of operation: NSW, VIC

Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea, (France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom
North Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South
Asia (India, Indonesia, Singapore and
Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Penfolds Magill Estate Winery Table 24 Perth Wildlife Encounters Table 9

78 Penfold Road Ms Renee Jeffrey Tel: +61 400 900 661 Mr Chad D'Souza
Magill SA 5072 Penfolds Business Development Manager Email: chad@dolphins.com.au General Manager
Australia Website:
Tel: +618 8301 5524 www.rockinghamwildencounters.com.au
Email: renee.jeffrey@penfolds.com
Website: www.penfolds.com Perth Wildlife Encounters is situated only 40 minutes South of Perth, and has been operating
the award winning Swim with Wild Dolphins Cruise since 1989. Take a 90-minute Adventure
Renowned as one of Australia's most famous wine brands, Penfolds offers visitors iconic wine Ride, experience Penguin Island, take a Glass-Bottom Cruise for a scenic tour of the island
experiences. Penfolds Barossa Winery and Cellar Door offers interactive tastings, tours and sanctuary, or enjoy fresh seafood from the newly renovated café.
‘hands-on’ learning while Penfolds Magill Estate in Adelaide features the original vineyard,
historic winery and cellars, cellar door, and restaurants where Grange can be enjoyed by the
glass. Main operation type: Tour Operator

Area of operation: WA
Main operation type: Special Interest Operator
Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), South Asia
Area of operation: SA (India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia),
United Kingdom
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), New
Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Taiwan), United Kingdom

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QT Hotels and Resorts Table 39 Scenic World Blue Mountains Table 60

478 George Street Mr Michael Morcos Scenic World Blue Mountains Ms Louise Wallace
Sydney NSW 2000 Group Communications Manager Katoomba Nsw 2780 Communications Manager
Australia Australia
Tel: +612 9373 6000 Tel: +612 4780 0200
Email: media@evt.com Email: info@scenicworld.com.au
Website: www.evt.com Website: www.scenicworld.com.au

QT Hotels and Resorts is an acclaimed family of Australian design-led hotels, building on a Scenic World is an iconic nature-based attraction set within the World Heritage-listed Blue
global reputation for bold interiors, luxurious settings and quirky hospitality. Spotlighting a Mountains. Open every day of the year, Scenic World is home to the world’s steepest railway
range of unique design and art collaborators, QT celebrates the unconventional. in addition to the Scenic Skyway, Cableway and Walkway which showcases the ancient
Jurassic rainforest.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Hotel/Motel


Main operation type: Attraction
Area of operation: ACT, NSW, QLD, VIC, WA
Area of operation: NSW
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), New
Zealand, United Kingdom Relevant international markets: Japan and Korea, North Asia (China, Hong
Kong, Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia)

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Sirromet Wines Table 42 South Australian Tourism Commission Table 67

850 Mt Cotton Rd Mr Michael Muza GPO Box 1972 Ms Angie Hua


Mt Cotton QLD 4165 Head of Sales and Marketing Adelaide SA 5001 PR Advisor - International
Australia Australia
Tel: +61 404 309 115 Tel: +618 8463 4500
Email: Mmuza@sirromet.com Email: angie.hua@sa.gov.au
Website: www.sirromet.com Website: www.southaustralia.com

Sirromet Winery is a family-owned winery, producing award-winning wines from the South Australia offers incredible experiences from the vibrant city of Adelaide, white sandy
vineyards in the Granite Belt. Located at picturesque Mount Cotton, just 30 minutes from beaches, abundant wildlife and the Murray River to the legendary Outback, superb wine and
Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Sirromet’s state-of-the-art facilities include the fully operating Aboriginal culture.
Winery, Cellar Door, glamping style accommodation, winery experiences, Restaurant
Lurleen’s and Tuscan Terrace, overlooking scenic Moreton Bay.
Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation

Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge, Area of operation: SA


Food/Wine/Beverage
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
Area of operation: QLD
(France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand, North
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Japan and Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South Asia
Korea, North Asia (China, Hong Kong, (India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia),
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia, United Kingdom
Singapore and Malaysia)

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Sovereign Hill Table 73 Sydney Harbour Boat Tours Table 50

39 Magpie Street Ms Jennifer Gankse 29c Wunulla Road, Point Piper Mr Mark Dalgleish
Sovereign Hill Marketing Director Sydney NSW 2027 Managing Director
Ballarat VIC 3350 Australia
Australia Tel: +1300 183 365
Tel: +613 5337 1100 Email: info@sydneyharbourboattours.com
Email: jganske@sovereignhill.com.au Website: www.sydneyharbourboattours.com
Website: www.sovereignhill.com.au
Sydney Harbour’s newest and most unique small group experience operates fast, beach-
Australia’s foremost outdoor museum, Sovereign Hill brings to life the colour and excitement accessible boats that venture beyond the iconic sights to explore beautiful national parks,
of Australia’s 1850s gold rush. By day, it’s just like stepping back in time - with costume historic sites, and land on secluded beaches.
characters and real gold to be found. By night, explore space, delve into the dreamtime and
re-live Australia’s most important rebellion at the NEW sound-and-light show, Aura.
Main operation type: Tour Operator

Main operation type: Attraction Area of operation: NSW

Area of operation: VIC Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), North Asia New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United Kingdom Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Sydney Opera House Table 63 Taronga Zoo Sydney Table 65

Sydney Opera House Ms Danielle Edwards Taronga Conservation Society Mrs Natalie Goodes
Bennelong Point Communications Manager 2a Bradleys Head Rd Marketing
Sydney Australia NSW 2000 Mosman NSW 2088
Australia Australia
Tel: +612 9250 7209 Tel: +612 9932 4338
Email: dedwards@sydneyoperahouse.com Email: ngoodes@zoo.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.sydneyoperahouse.com Website: www.taronga.org.au

The Opera House is a masterpiece that belongs to all Australians. It is the nation’s number Taronga Zoo Sydney is a world leader in animal conservation and care. Operating for over
one tourist destination and its busy performing arts centre, welcomes more than 10.9 million 100 years, Taronga Zoo is a worldwide attraction, situated on the shores of beautiful Sydney
visitors a year on site and hosts almost 1,800 performances attended by 1.2 million people. Harbour. Taronga offers an incredible experience for visitors and locals, and has two unique
accommodation offerings.

Main operation type: Attraction


Main operation type: Attraction
Area of operation: NSW
Area of operation: NSW
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), North Asia
(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United Kingdom Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Thala Beach Nature Reserve Table 40 The Langham Melbourne Table 72

Thala Beach Nature Reserve Ms Fiona Harper 1 Southgate Avenue Ms Tara Bishop
5078 Captain Cook Highway Communications Manager Southbank VIC 3006 Public Relations Director
Oak Beach QLD 4877 Australia
Australia Tel: +613 8696 8250
Tel: +617 4098 5700 Email: tara.bishop@langhamhotels.com
Email: reservations@thalabeach.com.au Website: www.langhamhotels.com/en/the-
Website: www.thalabeach.com.au langham/melbourne/

Thala Beach Nature Reserve is a deluxe eco retreat on 58ha of beachfront native forest in The Langham Melbourne is one of Melbourne's most awarded hotels. In 2019, the hotel will
Tropical North Queensland. Located between Cairns & Port Douglas, spacious treehouse-style undergo a number of enhancements that will cement the hotel’s reputation as one of
bungalows provide a peaceful sanctuary for nature-loving travellers. Guests enjoy 2km of Melbourne’s most luxurious and guest-focussed hotels.
private-access beach, complimentary guided tours & forests inhabited by Australian wildlife.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Hotel/Motel


Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge
Area of operation: VIC
Area of operation: QLD
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), New
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe Zealand, United Kingdom
(France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom

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Tourism and Events Queensland Table 27 Tourism Noosa Table 31

Level 8 Ms Shelley Winkel PO Box 851 Ms Susan Ewington


Green Square North Tower, 515 Saint Pauls Consumer PR Leader Noosa Heads QLD 4557 Publicist
Terrace, Fortitude Valley Australia
Brisbane QLD 4006 Tel: +617 5430 5000
Australia Email: susan@tourismnoosa.com.au
Tel: +617 3535 5356 Website: www.visitnoosa.com.au
Email: shelley.winkel@queensland.com
Website: www.queensland.com The official destination marketing organisation for the beautiful Noosa region on
Queensland's Sunshine Coast. Noosa plays host to a diverse calendar of events including the
Queensland is state of surprising contrasts from ancient rainforests to white sandy beaches, Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival (the world's largest triathlon) and the Noosa Food &
the Great Barrier Reef, character-filled events, to bustling urban laneways. Tourism and Wine Festival.
Events Queensland is responsible for the strategies, images, content, events and funding of
the state’s tourism story.
Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority

Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation Area of operation: QLD

Area of operation: QLD Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Tourism Northern Territory Table 48 Tourism Port Douglas Daintree Table 44

Level 8, Charles Darwin Centre, Ms Tamma Kirkby PO Box 511 Ms Tara Bennett
19 The Mall International PR and Media Manager Port Douglas QLD 4877 Chief Executive Officer
Darwin NT 0800 Australia
Australia Tel: +617 4099 4588
Tel: +618 8999 3900 Email: info@visitportdouglasdaintree.com
Email: international.tourismnt@nt.gov.au Website: www.visitportdouglasdaintree.com
Website: www.northernterritory.com
The Port Douglas and Daintree region in Tropical North Queensland is the place where the
Australia's Northern Territory is the quintessential Australian experience. The tropical Top oldest living rainforest in the world, the Daintree Rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef.
End is a must-visit destination, showcasing picture-perfect sunsets, incredible wildlife, rich Tourism Port Douglas Daintree is the local tourism organisation, responsible for destination
Aboriginal culture and magnificent natural settings. The Red Centre showcases the dramatic marketing, image management, industry representation, PR and research.
red deserts and iconic Australian wonders such as; Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The
Olgas) and Kings Canyon.
Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority

Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation Area of operation: QLD

Area of operation: NT Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand,
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe United Kingdom
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Tourism Tasmania Table 46 Tourism Tropical North Queensland Table 26

15 Murray Street Mrs Sherene Somerville 51 The Esplanade Ms Liz Inglis


Hobart TAS 7000 Media Relations Manager Cairns QLD 4870 Communications Consultant
Australia Australia
Tel: +613 6165 5334 Tel: +61 419 643 494
Email: media@tourism.tas.gov.au Email: liz@lizinglismedia.com
Website: www.discovertasmania.com.au Website: www.tropicalnorthqueensland.org

Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly people with a relaxed island Tourism Tropical North Queensland markets Cairns & Great Barrier Reef where authentic
lifestyle, wonderful food and wine, and a haunting history evoked by world famous convict Australian Indigenous tourism experiences reveal the stories of two World Heritage areas.
ruins. It is also one of Australia's most geographically diverse states with over 40 per cent Explore the reef, rainforest and outback with the world’s oldest living culture and discover
reserved as national parks and world heritage wilderness. the timeless wisdom of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority

Area of operation: TAS Area of operation: QLD

Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand, (France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom
United Kingdom

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Tourism Western Australia 1 Table 1 Tourism Western Australia 2 Table 2

Level 9, 2 Mill Street Ms Jayde Little Tourism Western Australia Ms Emily Andrews
Perth WA 6000 Public Relations Manager Level 9, 2 Mill Street Public Relations Executive
Australia Perth Wa 6000
Tel: +618 9262 1700 Australia
Email: jayde.little@westernaustralia.com Tel: +618 9262 1700
Website: www.westernaustralia.com; Email: jayde.little@westernaustralia.com
www.tourism.wa.gov.au Website: www.tourism.wa.gov.au

With a diverse climate, history, flora and fauna, Western Australia covers an area of more With a diverse climate, history, flora and fauna, Western Australia covers an area of more
than 2.5 million square kilometres. Visitors can experience Perth – its vibrant capital city, than 2.5 million square kilometres. Visitors can experience Perth – its vibrant capital city,
white beaches, large expanses of outback, one of the oldest living cultures on Earth, World- white beaches, large expanses of outback, one of the oldest living cultures on Earth, World-
Heritage reef and rock formations, and premium wines. Heritage reef and rock formations, and premium wines.

Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation

Area of operation: WA Area of operation: WA

Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), South Asia
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea, (India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia),
New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong, United Kingdom
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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True North Adventure Cruises Table 38 Ultimate Winery Experiences Australia Table 25

True North Adventure Cruises Mr Peter Trembath 9 Carrington Street Ms Kate Shilling
Po Box 654 Brand Director Balmain NSW 2041 Executive Officer
Broome WA 6725 Australia
Australia Tel: +61 407 188 528
Tel: +618 91921829 Email:
Email: tremby@truenorth.com.au kate.shilling@ultimatewineryexperiences.com.au
Website: www.truenorth.com.au Website:
www.ultimatewineryexperiences.com.au
An adventure on the TRUE NORTH is not just another expedition cruise. The ship can go
where other ships cannot, and guests can explore further in six adventure boats and the Experience the best in Australia's wine regions. Ultimate Winery Experiences Australia is a
ship’s helicopter. Itineraries are activity-based, guest numbers are limited to 36, and an hand-selected collection of Australia’s premium wineries offering quality winery experiences
Australian crew of 22 chaperones every experience. based around world class wines, warm and knowledgeable hospitality and culinary
excellence.

Main operation type: Transport - Cruise


Main operation type: Special Interest Operator
Area of operation: NSW, NT, QLD, SA, WA
Area of operation: NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), New Zealand, North Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), North Asia
Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United Kingdom
(India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia),
United Kingdom

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Victoria Racing Club Table 69 Visit Sunshine Coast Table 43

448 Epsom Road Miss Jasmine Lim Tel: +61 417 345 050 Miss Lauren Grounsell
Flemington VIC 3031 Senior Manager Tourism, International, Email: lauren.grounsell@visitsunshinecoast.com PR and Communications Assistant at Visit
Australia Government and Community Website: www.visitsunshinecoast.com Sunshine Coast
Tel: +613 8378 0888
Email: j.lim@vrc.net.au Visit Sunshine Coast is the peak destination marketing organisation for Queensland's
Website: www.flemington.com.au Sunshine Coast. Its role is to lead the management and development of tourism in the
region - a geographical area stretching South to the Glass House Mountains, through
Flemington Racecourse, located 10 minutes from Melbourne CBD, is home to 25 race days Mooloolaba to Noosa and Rainbow Beach in the North, and West to Hinterland and Mary
each year including the world famous Melbourne Cup Carnival. The Melbourne Cup Carnival Valley.
is a hallmark major festival combining the best of what Melbourne has to offer – sport, food,
wine, fashion, business and social interaction.
Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority

Main operation type: Attraction Area of operation: QLD

Area of operation: VIC Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), New
Zealand, United Kingdom
Relevant international markets: Japan and Korea, New Zealand, North Asia
(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan)

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Visit Victoria Table 68 VisitCanberra Table 54

Visit Victoria, Collins Square, Tower Two - Level Ms Zoe Shurgold Level 4, 1 Constitution Avenue Mrs Donna Ciaccia
28 Global Media & Communications Manager Nara Centre Public Relations and Media Visits Coordinator
727 Collins Street Canberra ACT 2601
Melbourne VIC 3008 Australia
Australia Tel: +612 6505 0622
Tel: +613 9002 2269 Email: Tourism.Media@act.gov.au
Email: zoe.shurgold@visitvictoria.com.au Website: www.visitcanberra.com.au
Website: www.visitvictoria.com
VisitCanberra is the official destination marketing organisation responsible for promoting
Visit Victoria is Victoria’s tourism and events company, responsible for tourism marketing Australia’s capital, Canberra, and the surrounding region. A visit to this evolving city is
and event attraction. A wealth of diverse regions and attractions are packed into Victoria, packed with one good thing after another, whether it’s award-winning gourmet experiences,
with sweeping coastlines, pristine beaches and national parks and forests teeming with iconic national treasures or outdoor adventures, everything is just moments away.
wildlife, plus wineries, lakes and mountains offering skiing, climbing and hiking.

Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation


Main operation type: State/Territory Tourism Organisation
Area of operation: ACT
Area of operation: VIC
Relevant international markets: North Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Japan and Asia (India, Indonesia, Singapore and
Korea, North Asia (China, Hong Kong, Malaysia), United Kingdom
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia)

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Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia Table 47 WAITOC Aboriginal Tours & Experiences Table 12

Level 9 Ms Karena Noble PO Box 7689 Cloisters Square, Ms Di Below


179 Elizabeth Street Director of Public Relations Perth Marketing Manager
Sydney Australia NSW 2000 Perth WA 6850
Australia Australia
Tel: +612 8296 8000 Tel: +61 437 518 292
Email: travel@voyages.com.au Email: marketing@waitoc.com
Website: www.voyages.com.au Website: www.waitoc.com

Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is owned by the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council - WAITOC - is the peak not-for-
and manages tourism and resorts on their behalf. With a strong commitment to social profit organisation representing over 100 Aboriginal cultural experiences, ranging from
responsibility and supporting Indigenous training and employment across Australia, Voyages traditional dance and dreamtime stories to contemporary history, bush tours and art.
locations include Ayers Rock Resort, Home Valley Station and the Mossman Gorge Centre. WAITOC showcases Australia’s unique point of difference – being the oldest living culture on
earth.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Resort/Lodge


Main operation type: Association
Area of operation: NT, QLD, WA
Area of operation: WA
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), United Kingdom Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
New Zealand, South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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Willie Creek Pearls Table 3 Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges Table 71

Western Pavillion Mrs Rebecca Guilbert Po Box 903 Ms Sally Coyle


Barrack Square Sales & Marketing Manager Lilydale VIC 3140 Partnerships Manager
Perth WA 6000 Australia
Australia Tel: +613 8739 8000
Tel: +618 9192 0000 Email: media@yarrarangestourism.com.au
Email: bec@williecreekpearls.com.au Website: www.yarrarangestourism.com.au
Website: www.williecreekpearls.com.au
Yarra Ranges Tourism provides information on more than 40 international ready products in
Willie Creek Pearls is a multi-award-winning tour operator with over 20-year’s experience. Melbourne’s Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges. The region hostys media to showcase the
Six different tours operate across Broome and Perth. Each is a truly unique experience, diversity of its core products, including food and wine, nature activities, villages, attractions
sharing insight into Australia’s pearling history, modern-day pearl farming and jewellery plus luxury, boutique and nature-based accommodation.
manufacture.

Main operation type: Regional Tourism Authority


Main operation type: Tour Operator
Area of operation: VIC
Area of operation: WA
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe
Relevant international markets: Americas (Brazil, Canada, USA), Europe (France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea,
(France, Germany, Italy), Japan and Korea, New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong,
New Zealand, North Asia (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia,
Taiwan), South Asia (India, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom
Singapore and Malaysia), United Kingdom

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YHA Australia Table 37

GPO Box 5276 Ms Silke Kerwick


Sydney NSW 2001 Public Affairs Manager - YHA Australia
Australia
Tel: +612 9261 1111
Email: yha@yha.com.au
Website: www.yha.com.au

YHA Australia has 75 unique places to stay - from Sydney Harbour YHA with views of the
Opera House, to Fremantle Prison YHA in a UNESCO World Heritage-listed jail! It’s a not-for-
profit organisation, part of Hostelling International, welcoming travellers of all ages with
affordable, sociable accommodation in various room types.

Main operation type: Accommodation - Hostel/Backpacker

Area of operation: ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA

Relevant international markets: Europe (France, Germany, Italy), North Asia


(China, Hong Kong, Taiwan), United Kingdom

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