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Bundaberg Tourism is delighted with the news that Australia’s newest low-cost airline has received regulatory approval to commence their direct Bundaberg to Melbourne route with low-cost fares.

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Bundaberg Tourism has been invited to join the Australian Tourism Export Council’s South Queensland Leadership Group, with Trade & Industry Development Executive, Loni Hammond to be the voice of the Bundaberg region and our dedicated tourism operators.

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You are invited to attend a free face-to-face training session delivered by Get Skilled Access on behalf of the Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport as part of the Accessible Tourism in Queensland project. The sessions includes a 90-minute presentation for Queensland tourism businesses and local government areas, covering all aspects of disability inclusion and accessibility for frontline tourism staff and provide the skills to welcome guests with disability at your service, attraction or business.

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Bundaberg Tourism’s AGM was held at Mon Repos Turtle Centre on Thursday 29 September 2022.
It was great to celebrate our 51st AGM with those who could attend and we sincerely thank everyone who participated and contributed to the event.

Congratulations to the new Board of Bundaberg Region Ltd for 2022/23!

 

 

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Holidaymakers are putting Bundaberg’s premier turtle and reef experiences on their 2022-23 Summer must-do list, with forward bookings kicking off with renewed strength in response to Mon Repos Turtle Encounter tickets going on sale.

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As we look towards 2032 and the possibilities for the Bundaberg Region, the Board and stakeholders of Bundaberg Tourism invite the regional community to join the tourism industry in designing the new Destination Management Plan tourism strategy that will take the region into the future.

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There is no doubt about the level of commitment and work involved in achieving ECO Tourism Certification.

The long-term thinking businesses who have built sustainable and responsible practices into their operations have long enjoyed the benefits of cost savings when using more sustainable energy, the efficiencies the ECO Certification process brings, the point of difference in the marketplace plus the reward that the business is leaving a positive legacy. This commitment and ongoing investment into their businesses is now turning into sales with tourism distribution partners now recognizing and supporting ECO Certified operators.

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To fill industry skills gaps and meet the needs of a growing travel market, QTIC and the Queensland Government are working together to help tourism and hospitality operators upskill their staff inhouse.

We invite you to take advantage of this free workforce development opportunity to onboard, retain, and reskill your staff through online micro-credentialing courses.

The bite-sized and flexible courses are a great way to expediate the upskilling of staff and reduce the cost of onboarding new employees. With staff trained in as little as 40 minutes.

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In the years since COVID, the tourism industry has felt the brunt of the enormous global disruptions, both physically and psychologically.  The rulebook was thrown out in 2020 as the world went into lockdowns, and with state and national borders now open, and people able to travel to almost anywhere in the world, we once again face a massive shift in our industry and the shape of global tourism.