Tourism WA unveils plan to lift events

The state government has announced new initiatives it hopes will boost tourism in Western Australia including an airline agreement, a nature-based safari camp and an updated events calendar, but has refused to divulge how much it will cost.


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WA Tourism is to be applauded for this initiative, particularly to link PIAF into a more sophisticated program. This is clearly an event that has enormous potential to tap into the priority markets of Singapore, Germany and China. One has to ask however, how does WA Tourism see the Guggenheim Exhibition fitting into this, or even our fledgling Arts events such as the Black Swan Prize?

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