More travelers will hopefully gather to Australian destinations as industry officials declared recently a long-range tourism blueprint planned to lure more tourists into the country.
Andrew McEvoy, Tourism Australia chief executive unveiled in recent times that the forging of a contract with his firm, the Department of Resources and the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), Energy and Tourism (DRET) that targets to ramp up the marketing of the nation as an attractive visitor spot.
The alliance, as per Mr. McEvoy will have an expected lifespan of 5 years and will lay out precise projects which would contribute to goal of Australia of becoming one of the busiest tourism attraction of the world.
The 3 entities will manage efforts of further improving the existing destinations of the Australian tourism industry by generating an environment which is conducive for both foreign and local investors, said by the Tourism Australia boss.
Mr. McEvoy said in statement, we admit that investment sourced both internationally and locally is vital to developing the Australian tourism industry as well as achieving our goal of industry of doubling overnight sightseer expenditure to near about $140 billion per year by 2020. This is the point of growth which we require to bring innovative investment to life.
As part of a newly expanded submit for Tourism Australia, we are lengthening our focus to play a superior role to assist facilitate tourism investment opportunities as well as more strongly align supply and demand side activities, said by Mr. McEvoy.
In line with the finalization of the contract, Martin Ferguson, Tourism Minister unveiled recently the setting up of Tourism Investment Monitor that will serve as a suggestion tool for eventual investors in the industry.
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