Australian Tourism Directions Conference 2012

Australian Tourism Directions Conference 2012

Leaders of Australia’s tourism and business sectors have again been invited to address tourism’s peak industry forum in Canberra later this year.

The annual Australian Tourism Directions Conference, the third in the series, will be held at Parliament House on November 1, following the Tourism & Transport Forum’s Summit and annual dinner the night before.

Directions allows industry stakeholders to hear reports on national and international research and assess information that can be used to help implement the Tourism 2020 strategy.

Last year 20 speakers addressed the all-day meeting including The Hon Martin Ferguson AM MP, Minister for Tourism and Geoff Dixon, Chairman of Tourism Australia and David Scowsill, President & CEO, World Travel & Tourism Council. More information about the 2011 conference, including videos and presentations, is available at

Following the conference, Tourism Australia also undertakes free-of-charge, half-day  industry briefings in each State and Territory that update stakeholders on markets, Tourism Australia’s activities and national tourism strategy.

Operators attending these events can also obtain practical advice on the opportunities that arise from partnering with Tourism Australia.

The briefings are scheduled for Adelaide, Sydney, Hobart, the Gold Coast, Cairns and Perth in November. Further briefings will be held in Melbourne and Darwin in February 2013.

Once all dates are confirmed, they will be published on Tourism Australia’s corporate site,

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