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WYSE TRAVEL CONFEDERATION TO DELIVER WYSE EXCHANGE AUSTRALIA YOUTH TOURISM CONFERENCE

The World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation has announced the second edition of WYSE Exchange Australia Youth Tourism Conference will be held in Sydney on Thursday 30 March 2017.

With the support of the Backpacker Operators Association of New South Wales (BOA NSW) and Adventure QLD (AQ), this national educational conference will Read more…

The World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation has announced the second edition of WYSE Exchange Australia Youth Tourism Conference will be held in Sydney on Thursday 30 March 2017. With the Read More..

30 November 2016

Australian Backpacker tax: Coalition settles on 15pc rate for working holiday-makers

The furore over the backpacker tax could soon be over, with federal Treasurer Scott Morrison announcing the Coalition will compromise again on the rate, and push for 15 per cent. Key points: Treasurer Read More..

The furore over the backpacker tax could soon be over, with federal Treasurer Scott Morrison announcing the Coalition will compromise again on the rate, and push for 15 per cent. Key points: Treasurer Read More..

28 November 2016

SKYSCANNER IS BEING BOUGHT BY CHINA’S CTRIP FOR £1.4 BILLION

Scotland-based travel search firm, Skyscanner has agreed to be acquired by Ctrip, China’s largest online travel company. The terms of the acquisition value Skyscanner at approximately £1.4 billion and the deal is expected Read More..

Scotland-based travel search firm, Skyscanner has agreed to be acquired by Ctrip, China’s largest online travel company. The terms of the acquisition value Skyscanner at approximately £1.4 billion and the deal is expected Read More..

26 November 2016
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Crunch-time for backpacker tax

TIME is ticking to get changes to the backpacker tax made ahead of the May 3 Federal Budget — and a possible double dissolution election. The Federal Government kicked off its formal review Read More..

24 March 2016