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​​​​​Recent media releases from Tourism WA can be found below.

Kayak in pristine water

Tourism WA appoints Cohn & Wolfe to promote the State within Southeast Asia

Tourism WA has appointed Cohn & Wolfe as its PR agency to increase the State’s visibility as a top tourism destination in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Global deal will promote WA through Expedia

Tourism Western Australia has struck a global marketing agreement with the world's largest online travel company, Expedia.

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New Zealand

New agency appointed to market WA in New Zealand

Tourism WA has appointed Seaview Marketing as its marketing agency in New Zealand following a competitive tender process.

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Mandurah Visitor Centre

Recovery boost for fire-zone visitor centres

Fire-affected communities in the Peel and South West are the first participants in a State Government pilot program supporting regional visitor centres and their business growth.

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Crown Perth

Tourism WA and Crown work together to promote Perth

Tourism WA and Crown Resorts have forged a partnership to promote Perth, and Western Australia, to the world.

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Qantas EpiQure launch

Margaret River provides backdrop for Qantas epiQure

Tourism WA has worked with Qantas to put the Margaret River Region firmly in the 'foodie' spotlight as the airline promotes the next level of its food and wine program.

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The Reef event in LA

Tourism WA and Australian Chamber Orchestra strike a chord in LA

More than 250 influential Americans have had a unique taste of Western Australia’s spectacular coastal and aquatic experiences at an exclusive multimedia performance in Los Angeles, presented by Tourism WA and the Australian Chamber Orchestra.

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Perth skyline

New face of WA tourism in Indonesia

Tourism WA has appointed a new staff member to help promote Western Australia in Indonesia.

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Busselton Jetty

Cruise passengers to the Margaret River region report positive experience

The Margaret River region’s reputation as an extraordinary port destination has been boosted with research showing that 100 per cent of recent cruise passengers surveyed had a positive experience during their visit.

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National Anzac Centre

National Anzac Centre to offer new experiences for cruise visitors

Cruise passengers to Western Australia can now enjoy a truly unique and moving experience, with the opening of the National Anzac Centre in Albany.

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Broome Sun Princess

Cruise Down Under Conference docks in Perth

​More than 120 national and international delegates are in Perth this week ​for the Cruise Down Under Conference 2014​​.

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Tourism Western Australia announces new agency for strategic marketing

Following a robust nationwide tender process, Tourism Western Australia has announced cummins&partners as its new strategic marketing and communications agency.

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New research shows significant numbers to make Anzac pilgrimage to Albany

More than 75,000 people are expected to honour the ANZACs at a series of commemorative events in Albany later this year.

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Last Reviewed: 2017-08-08