Kimberley Tourism

The Kimberley region in Western Australia will be included in Tourism Australia’s National Landscapes Program and will feature prominently within Australia’s future international tourism marketing.

Bureaucracy and Tourism Like Chalk And Cheese

In the area of tourism, it is the government’s role to introduce strategies to grow the industry.


All travellers to Australia, except New Zealanders, require some kind of a Visa to visit Australia. If you have a valid passport from one of the 32 eligible countries you can apply online for your Visa (also known as an eVisa/s).

Website feedback winner

Heritage Tourism thanks everyone for their feedback on the new style website, and all will be considered in future development of the site.

Handmade In Country

Offering visitors and residents alike, unique and real experiences and products that reflect our rich cultural heritage.

An Indigenous tourism story audit tool

This research developed a Story Audit Tool to be used in the field with Indigenous people and other key informants to collect local stories for use in tourism enterprises and marketing.

Great Southern Rail

The mighty Indian Pacific celebrates its 40th Anniversary in February 2010. A train acclaimed not only as an Australian icon but as one of the worlds greatest train journeys.

Wreck Bay Convict shipwreck heritage listed

The historic shipwreck Hive in Wreck Bay is to be protected for future generations, after being listed on the State Heritage Register.

It’s official. NSW is the nation’s favourite tourist destination

New independent figures released today show NSW enjoyed a bumper end to 2009 with domestic overnight visitors to the State increasing by 7 per cent.