Future of regional tourism to be shaped in Roma

Register for Early Bird rates today!

Regional tourism practitioners are invited to help shape the future of the industry in Australia at the Australian Regional Tourism Network (ARTN) Convention, taking place in Roma, Outback Queensland from 25-27 October 2016.

The convention is the key event for the Australian regional tourism industry, where delegates can engage, network and actively contribute to the future of regional tourism in Australia. The 2016 event will help to determine exactly what needs to be done to position the industry and grow regional dispersal by 2030.

With over 55 speakers a convention dinner and plenty of networking opportunities, this year’s conference features a fantastic program that will make an impact on regional tourism organisations looking into the year 2030.

Some of the key topics include:

•       Visioning regional tourism in 2030

•       Making funding work

•       New ways to lead regional tourism

•       Working the politics of regional tourism

•       Tourism Trends + Regional Dispersal

•       Best practice Visitor Information Centres

•       Refining the ARTN Manifesto for 2016/17


For more information on the convention program and topics visit http://bit.ly/ARTNprogram

This conference should not be missed by tourism professionals, local Councils, Regional Tourism Organisations, business and Government who wish contribute to the future of regional tourism in Australia.

Secure your place at the 2016 Australian Regional Tourism convention by completing your registration today. Early bird rates are available until August 31, offering a saving of up to $100 per delegate.


For further details on the 2016 convention, please visit www.regionaltourism.com.au


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