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    HYDE Kitchen coming to Perth

    HYDE Kitchen coming to Perth

    12 Sep 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    International bar and restaurant chain HYDE Kitchen + Cocktails will feature at Accor’s The Adnate hotel when it opens in October. ...

    Rottnest, quokkas boost SeaLink's earnings

    Rottnest, quokkas boost SeaLink's earnings

    27 Aug 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    Rottnest Island’s quokkas have given SeaLink Travel Group a handy boost, with the company’s ferry services producing a profit for the first time since the national operator launched them around 18 months ago. ...

    Qantas' FY profit falls 17% on fuel, forex

    Qantas' FY profit falls 17% on fuel, forex

    22 Aug 2019 by AAP

    Qantas has announced another share buyback and raised its final dividend despite higher fuel costs and a weaker Aussie dollar pulling down its full-year profit by 17 per cent to $1.302 billion. ...

    Crown full-year profit slumps

    Crown full-year profit slumps

    21 Aug 2019 by Jessica Mascione

    Crown Resorts’ full-year profit has fallen 4.7 per cent to $368.6 million, with revenue from floor gaming down in Perth and reduced VIP revenue across Australia. ...

    Tourism Council puts reality check on jobs data

    Tourism Council puts reality check on jobs data

    14 Aug 2019 by Jordan Murray

    Tourism Council WA has put a damper on Tourism Minister Paul Papalia's positive take on new data showing a record number of jobs in the sector, pointing out that growth in tourism jobs in WA was the lowest of any state or territory. ...

    Matagarup zip line, Optus climb a step closer

    Matagarup zip line, Optus climb a step closer

    22 Jul 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    Plans for a zip line at Matagarup Bridge and a rooftop climb at Optus Stadium are advancing, after the state government shortlisted three potential operators. ...

    Marriott bringing its Moxy to Perth

    Marriott bringing its Moxy to Perth

    17 Jul 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    The world’s biggest hotel chain is bringing one of its newest brands to Western Australia, with a Moxy Hotel to be built at 195 Hay Street in East Perth. ...

    Domestic tourists on the rise

    Domestic tourists on the rise

    17 Jul 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    Interstate and intrastate visitors to WA have increased, but international tourists numbers declined slightly, according to the latest data from Tourism Research Australia. ...

    $6m of international marketing deals for WA

    $6m of international marketing deals for WA

    10 Jul 2019 by Business News

    Tourism Minister Paul Papalia today announced a suite of international marketing campaigns as part of what the government is calling the biggest international marketing push in the state's history. ...

    Perth to be painted red ahead of Manchester United arrival

    Perth to be painted red ahead of Manchester United arrival

    08 Jul 2019 by Jordan Murray

    The state government and Activate Perth announced a series of 'coloured activations' this morning, ahead of an upcoming 10-day visit from Manchester United Football Club. ...

    Margaret River named top destination in Asia-Pacific

    Margaret River named top destination in Asia-Pacific

    02 Jul 2019 by Business News

    Lonely Planet has placed Margaret River ahead of Singapore, Fiji and Cambodia as its top destination in the Asia-Pacific region in 2019. ...

    Promoting Perth’s all-round appeal

    Promoting Perth’s all-round appeal

    01 Jul 2019 by Mark Pownall

    OPINION: The WA capital’s great natural environment has seemingly blinded its residents to the other aspects that make the city a great place to live. ...

    Perth as appealing as Melbourne and Sydney: report

    Perth as appealing as Melbourne and Sydney: report

    19 Jun 2019 by Business News

    Perth’s inferiority complex is holding it back from potential growth and development, as it is viewed to be as appealing as Australia’s largest cities, a new report has found. ...

    Work starts on $40m Hotel Rottnest upgrade

    Work starts on $40m Hotel Rottnest upgrade

    19 Jun 2019 by Mark Beyer

    FIRM Construction has begun work this week on the redevelopment and expansion of Prendiville Group’s Hotel Rottnest. ...

    International visitors decline despite record tourist numbers

    International visitors decline despite record tourist numbers

    19 Jun 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    The number of international tourists visiting Western Australia has hit record levels, but overall international visitors to the state, including students, have declined. ...

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