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Bundaberg Tourism Trade Activity Update March 2021

Bundaberg Tourism and the regions trade active operators have continued to promote the destination virtually to Key Distribution Partners both domestic and international, despite border closures, ensuring agents around the world are familiar with Bundaberg and the Southern Great Barrier Reef and how to include our region in their client’s itineraries when they start traveling again.

For tourism operators that are trade ready and want to be involved in the destination activity, reach out to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Unsure what ‘trade ready’ means?  Then check out the Tourism Export Toolkit online here, or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for more information.    

A key distribution partner and would like to include the Bundaberg region and the Southern Great Barrier Reef in your portfolio, then contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Bundaberg Today: Queensland Young Tourism Leaders 

A continually growing industry, tourism and hospitality provides a life-long career with a wide-range of opportunities for growth and advancement.

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Bundaberg Today: Queenslanders' Travel Sentiment 

As restrictions continue to ease across the nation and people look to take their long-awaited holidays, sentiment and confidence towards tourism and events is increasing.

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Bundaberg Today: Website Visitation 

In recent weeks, I have spoken about how the impacts of the pandemic are changing consumer trends and the way Australians are choosing to travel in 2021.

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Bundaberg Today: Year Of Indigenous Tourism

Celebrating Queensland’s existing Indigenous experiences, and the commitment to further increase and support Indigenous participation in the tourism industry, this year is the Year of Indigenous Tourism.

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How Bundaberg's Tourism Industry Has Built A Strong Post-COVID Future From The Heart 

Bundaberg Tourism in partnership with the tourism industry have just completed a highly successful travel trade sales missionas the region’s tourism industry looks to 2021 with optimism and confidence. 

The five-day sales mission, led by Bundaberg Tourism in partnership with Lady Musgrave Experience and Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort, and supported by Bundaberg Rum, Villa Mirasol Motor Inn and Kellys Beach Resort, saw over 120 key contacts across South East Queensland receive training and industry updates on the Bundaberg region across a series of meetings and networking functions.

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Bundaberg Today: Sustainability and Electric Vehicles 

The last year has given many of us the time to consider our impacts on the environment and the actions we take as individuals every day, to preserve our incredible country for generations to come.

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Weather alternatives for visitors 

Thanks to our beautiful climate, every season is the perfect season to explore our backyard. Our temperate waters mean that it is never too cold to snorkel alongside turtles on the Southern Great Barrier Reef or too hot to explore our roadside farm gates and pick up the fresh produce grown 365 days a year.

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Bundaberg Today: Agri-Tourism

Supplying 25 percent of the nation’s produce and globally recognised brands calling our backyard home, the Bundaberg region is constantly growing.  

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