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Popular Swan Valley venue, House of Honey, launched improvements made after taking part in a Tourism Western Australia (WA) Taste 2020 workshop designed to help small businesses provide better experiences for tourists.

Tourism WA, the Australian State Government authority responsible for promoting Western Australian tourism, recently hosted the annual AOT International Mega Famil.

Swan Valley Regional Winemakers Association was awarded a competitive grant for International Wine Tourism Development.

69 diverse regional events across Western Australia (WA) have received funding as part of the 2018/19 Regional Events Scheme (RES).

Kooljaman at Cape Leveque, a remote wilderness camp owned and run by the indigenous Bardi Jawi communities, hosted its 2018 season launch.

State Government, through Tourism Western Australia (WA), secured one of Australia’s largest annual tourism trade events for 2019 to be held in Perth. Organised by Tourism Australia, in partnership with Tourism WA, Australian Tourism Exchange 2019 (ATE19) is scheduled to take place at Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre from April 08 – 12, 2019.

Tens of thousands of spectators are expected to attend this year’s Margaret River Pro 2018 surfing event which initially began on April 11, and is scheduled to continue until April 22, at Surfers Point, Prevelly, Western Australia.

Tourism Western Australia (WA) is co-hosting a special interest trade visit based around fishing experiences with Tourism Australia.

Whale sharks, considered the gentle giants of the ocean, have been sighted at Nigaloo Reef on West Australia’s (WA) Coral Coast.

As part of the 2018 Australian Surf Life Saving Championships, known as The Aussies, surf lifesavers from Australia’s more than 300 surf clubs, are to come together at Scarborough Beach this April to compete across more than 400 beach and ocean events.