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Evan Hall is calling on the state government to recognise the importance of tourism to WA.

Calls for $27m to market WA

Western Australia’s peak tourism body has called on the state government to commit $27 million to tourism marketing in the next budget to assist the flailing industry.

Tourism Council chief executive Evan Hall said the state government needs to invest in a future that is broader than just mining and launched the council’s Tourism 4 Tomorrow campaign today to help the push.

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Fundamental issues such as extremely high costs and service quality need to be addressed. There are many more exciting and affordable travel opportunities throughout the world. People are not going to pay $35.00 and more for a mediocre steak served by a surly waitress who earns more than twice what average counterparts earn overseas and thinks he/she should be paid more.

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