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We have developed an industry event calendar which features upcoming events coordinated by us or other organisations, which may be of interest to you. We are happy to promote trade events, training for tourism operators, workshops, industry briefings, networking opportunities and award night presentations.​

If you have a tourism industry event that you would like to spread the word about or to update your event, please email

​​Tourism Australia has also developed a nation-wide industry events cale​ndar focusing on trade activities. Visit Tourism Australia’s website to view the calendar.

For the latest ​ limits on public gatherings due to COVID-19, see Updated gathering restrictions.   


August 10
Business Sustainability Seminar & Network@Night
Tourism Council WA's Network@Night returns this August, this time following a Business Sustainability Seminar. The seminar will run from 3.30pm - 4.30pm and address how to improve business sustainability, covering a range of topics including employment contracts, agency agreements, terms and conditions and budgeting and forecasting. The seminar will be followed by a networking event from 5pm - 7pm. Registrations are now open and close on August 6.

August 12
Singapore Industry Engagement - Recovery, Readiness & Opportunities
Tourism Australia is holding a webinar for the Australian industry to meet key distribution partners and online travel agents from Singapore. Discussions will centre on product gap identification, recent consumer trends and customer segments. They will also share expectations from the Australian industry to prepare for the road to recovery. Registrations for the webinar are now open.

October 11-13
The Australian Regional Tourism (ART) Convention, is a forum to discuss solutions to the challenges and opportunities facing regional tourism. The convention, to be held in Ballarat, Victoria, is recommended for all sectors of the tourism industry including local councils, regional tourism organisations, tourism professionals and business and government personnel. This year’s theme is ‘A Robust visitor economy – navigating our new future’. Registrations are now open. 

October 27
Register for the Australian Tourism Export Council’s (ATEC) Restart Ready Roundtables. The event, which will run from 2pm to 5pm at Crown Perth (Botanical Room 1 & 2), enables ATEC to connect with members, find out first-hand the challenges facing businesses and what it will take to cement a successful restart. A networking opportunity will follow the discussions. Virtual registrations are available for those in the regions or unable to make it in person. 

Last Reviewed: 2021-07-29