Industry Events Calendar | March

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International Tourismus Borse (ITB)

Date: 10 – 14 March 2021

Location: Messe Berlin exhibition grounds, Berlin

This leading trade show of the worldwide travel industry began in 1966 as a small overseas import trade show. Since then, the original five participating countries and regions have grown to over 180, and the first 250 trade visitors have increased to over 114,000.

Website: itb-berlin.de


Qantas Australian Tourism Awards

Date: 6 March 2020

Location: Canberra

The Australian Tourism Awards are the tourism industry’s premier awards program and most anticipated event, celebrating and recognising excellence in tourism.

*To be considered for an Australian Tourism Award you must enter and win via your state or territory award program - for NSW this is the NSW Tourism Awards.

Website: https://qualitytourismaustralia.com/australian-tourism-awards


Destination Australia Conference

Date: 12 March 2020

Location: Adelaide, South Australia

Tailor-made for Australian tourism businesses wanting to attract high yield international travellers, hear experts from around the world tackle today’s most important tourism marketing questions.

Website: Destination Australia Conference 2020


Local Government NSW (LGNSW) Tourism Conference

Date: 16 - 18 March 2020

Location: Rydges Horizons Snowy Mountains, 10 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne NSW 2627

The LGNSW Tourism Conference gives councillors and council staff the opportunity to meet and listen to experts and peers and find out how other councils are engaging and managing local tourism.

Website: LGNSW Tourism Conference


Tourist Attraction Signposting Assessment Committee (TASAC) Meeting

Date: TBC March 2020

Location: Destination NSW, The Rocks

Formed by the NSW State Government, TASAC is responsible for planning and implementing tourist signposting systems. Contact the team to present your signposting issues or projects.

Website: TASAC meetings