Wednesday, October 17, 2018


Twin Towers in Chinatown Sales Success


Sydney’s Chinatown will soon boast a sparkling residential and retail complex with two sleek towers each with private foyer befitting a six-star hotel. In the first two weeks of sales 85% of the 270 apartments sold out. The marketing suite, which included a full apartment replica, styled by CHADA, was a record breaking success and developers Ausbao P/L are de-lighted …

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Cairns-Shanghai Flights Later This Year


Queensland tourism minister Jann Stuckey is expected to make an announcement this week that China Eastern Airlines is to begin flying into Cairns direct from Shanghai. According to The Cairns Post, the thrice-weekly flights will begin in four months. Ms Stuckey and treasurer Tim Nicholls are in China as part of a trade mission. The state government has used part of its $8 …

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WA Hotels Offering Competitive Rates


According to the latest release of hotel occupancy rates by the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Australian Hotels Association (AHA) WA industry data, Western Australia’s hotels continue to offer visitors value for money with statewide average room rates ranging from $120 to $209 per night.

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Greeters for Brisbane


Edgar is from Mexico, Ming is from Singapore and Zina is from Russia, their common bond a pride in their adopted city which they now share with the world.

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Qantas Moves into Accommodation Bookings

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In a strange move Qantas is about to enter the highly competitive world of online accommodation bookings. At a time when it is struggling with competition in its core business, Qantas will launch Hooroo on 18 July to offer “deals” to travellers.

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