What sort of organisation is Cultural Attractions of Australia?
The Association is an alliance of iconic Australian cultural attractions offering aspirational cultural experiences that allow visitors to discover, experience and understand the Australian story.
The Association is established as a not-for-profit whose purpose is to advance cultural tourism experiences of Australia. The Association will achieve its purpose by providing services to iconic Australian cultural attractions to assist in connecting with international visitors; by promoting packages that give visitors the opportunity to discover, learn and participate in these attractions; and by supporting cultural attractions to develop new and engaging experiences and become more accessible to global distribution partners.
What is Signature Experiences of Australia?
Cultural Attractions of Australia is one of the segments that is part of Tourism Australia’s Signature Experiences of Australia program. A partnership between Tourism Australia and industry, developed to package and promote Australia’s outstanding tourism experiences within a variety of niche areas and special interest categories. These tourism products are located in destinations with high international appeal, offering diversity, transformation and engagement, to leave lasting impressions.
How do organisations become a member of Cultural Attractions of Australia?
All members must meet strict selection criteria to be admitted to Cultural Attractions of Australia. Organisations interested in becoming a member of Cultural Attractions of Australia should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I make bookings on the website:
The Cultural Experiences of Australia website has been developed to showcase a collection of premium experiences. Bookings and booking enquiries are to be made directly with each member organisation. Booking details are supplied with each experience description. Any bookings are subject to the terms and conditions of that attraction. Contact details are listed in the attractions section of the website.
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