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Wild Seafood Experience in Mandurah Western Australia




Western Australia's fastest growing regional city, Mandurah, has an exciting new ocean seafood adventure to offer visitors.

Combining the city's stunning waterways and premium seafood dining, the Wild Seafood Experience by Mandurah Cruises lets passengers pull rock lobster pots from the ocean before the delicacy is prepared on board by a chef as the boat heads back to Mandurah's calm estuary waters.


Once the lobster is prepared, guests sit down to dine on it and a host of other local seafood delicacies, accompanied by beer, cider and local wines.




Throughout the three hour tour, guests will be surrounded by wildlife, including Mandurah's iconic dolphins and abundant bird life.

Passengers will learn about the rock lobster industry and view beautiful canal homes as the cruise continues, all from the comfort of the luxuriously re-fitted cray boat, Reel Affair.

This is a unique water and dining experience that gives people access to some of the best aspects of Mandurah, all in one inclusive tour.

Just an hour south of Perth by train or car, Mandurah has recently been named Western Australia's 'top tourism town', with its spectacular coastline, world-class natural beauty, abundance of wildlife and cosmopolitan city centre.
Mandurah is WA's largest and fastest growing regional city and is set against a backdrop of magnificent beaches and an estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour.

With new tourism experiences complementing its superb natural assets, significant redevelopment, Mandurah has come of age, offering award-winning waterfront dining, aquatic adventures, world-class golf courses and plenty of places to shop.

It is also the perfect base to take day trips to explore the wider Peel Region. In an easy half hour drive you'll find beautiful wineries, winding waterways, rolling green hills and tiny timber towns nestled in the forest.

Travel Facts

Getting thereMandurah is less than an hour south of Perth. When driving, travel the Kwinana freeway south, easily accessible from many points in Perth, and exit at Mandjoogoordap Drive. Trains and buses operate between the two cities and depart from the Perth city centre.
www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Staying thereMandurah and the Peel Region has a range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. There is a choice of resort hotels, caravan and camping facilities, charming bed and breakfast accommodation, self-contained apartments, forest cabins and even houseboats for hire.

Getting aroundBuses operate around Mandurah, but if you want to explore the Peel Region extensively you can hire a car or join a tour. Taxis and Uber drivers are also available in Mandurah.

When to goThe Peel Region can be visited any time of the year. Being on the coast, it's spectacular in spring and in summer. But during winter, the scenery is amazing. You can find something to do all year around.

Further Information on Mandurah and the Peel Region visit www.visitpeel.com.au

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AUSTRALIA’S FIRST ACCOMMODATION BUSINESS EXPO EXPANDS



AUSTRALIA’S FIRST ACCOMMODATION BUSINESS EXPO EXPANDS

NoVacancy Accommodation Business Expo, the largest professional event in the industry, just got bigger.

Overwhelming interest from guests and exhibitors has seen an additional hall at Sydney’s ICC added to the event, creating a dramatic expansion to the originally planned show size. This increase to the show’s footprint makes NoVacancy an estimated seven times larger in scale than any other industry event of its kind in the Australian market.

Now covering a floor space of over 7,700 sq. metres, NoVacancy will boast exhibitors relevant to all aspects of the hotel and accommodation industry aiming to help visitors in areas including technology, guest experience, interiors and refurbishment, revenue and distribution, digital marketing, management and operations, and housekeeping products and services.

With over 110 already confirmed suppliers and vendors exhibiting, and a further 60 expected to be announced in coming weeks, Sydney’s ICC will be full of experts across all areas of the industry. In addition, there will be over 40 hours of free, practical and tactical seminars led by industry experts catering to all management job functions and properties of all sizes.

With the Australian travel industry seeing a 6% increase of international visitors year on year to 8.1million and a 7% increase in domestic travel to 97.2million*, the increasing demand has propelled an expectation of more than 34,000 new rooms to be added to the market by 2019. Ahead of this expansion, NoVacancy is the only place for industry members to stay at the forefront of the trends and innovations, and gain access to relevant education.

A must attend for those in the industry, NoVacancy understands exactly what proprietors and managers are looking for to optimise their business, enhance the guest experience and ultimately maximise their profits. Hotel technology, refurbishment and interior design, and guest experience are the three main areas of interest identified by the large pool of already registered visitors. To reflect the demand, a new seminar program has been added with a focus on hotel design and experience.

A dedicated Hotel Technology Zone will showcase the hottest and most innovative solutions from more than 50 market-leading vendors from around the world, including the likes of TravelClick, InTouch Data, RMS - The Hospitality Cloud, Oracle and Angie Hospitality.

Brad Langton, Portfolio Director of NoVacancy Accommodation Business Expo says, “We’re excited with the huge level of support the industry has shown for a truly national trade show for the hotel and accommodation sector. This support has come from leading suppliers, major associations, but most importantly thousands of accommodation decision makers from across the country and as far as Fiji registering for their tickets.”

The free-to-attend tradeshow is expecting over 2,000 visitors across the two-day event.

Further details on exhibitors, education, and speakers will be announced over the coming months.

What: NoVacancy Accommodation Business Expo
When: 17-18 July, 2018
Where: ICC Sydney Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour
https://www.novacancy.com.au/

For more information please contact Natalie Chandler at Evil Twin PR: [email protected] or

(02) 8033 2345.

* Data taken from the International Visitors Survey: year ending December 2017 and the National Visitor Survey: year ending December 2017.

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The Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo (AIME)

AIME silver anniversary year kicks off

The Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo (AIME) press conference has launched the silver anniversary of AIME, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC) on Monday 20 February 2017, announcing new research and insights driving the meetings and events industry. The Right Honourable Robert Doyle, Lord Mayor of Melbourne, remarked on Melbourne’s position as Australia’s sporting capital and the world’s most liveable city for the sixth consecutive year, plus the city’s friendly and down to earth charm. Karen Bolinger, CEO, Melbourne Convention Bureau outlined the future of the meetings and events industry in Australia, sharing findings from The Future of Business Meetings Industry Report by McCrindle on the expectations and changes to the industry.

“Attendees are no longer content to sit, listen and simply absorb information, they are looking for an opportunity to actively participate and collaborate. 76% agree that integrating fun into a conference experience is not just a nice to have, but essential for conferences today. In the next 15 years, we can expect elements of business events to get shorter, the length of networking time is the only area of business events expected to increase,” said Ms Bolinger.Also on the changing digital landscape being shaped by a new generation:

 “Technology is not taking away from the conference experience, it is enhancing it. By 2025, more than half of the workforce will be comprised of Generation Y and Z. Over the next decade, Australia will experience its biggest intergenerational leadership ever. 92% bringing with them an expectation for technology to be integrated throughout an event,” said Ms Bolinger. Penny Lion, Executive General Manager Events, Tourism Australia shared Australian events contributed approximately $55 million to the Australian economy in 2016, with a 100% satisfaction rate. Ian Wainwright, Event Director – AIME, Reed Travel Exhibitions shared his excitement over the 25th Anniversary.

“This year brings us the most diverse and valuable pool of visitors, buyers, speakers, suppliers and experts from all over the region. The buying power of Hosted Buyers this year exceeds 1.2 billion Australian dollars, and that is just the start of the value of doing business at AIME.

“The quality of our 25 year anniversary program is truly spectacular, and we’re proud to be part of this industry leading event. The future of AIME is bright. AIME is where inspiration has begun for 25 years, and I look forward to seeing where this inspiration takes us,” said Mr Wainwright.

Concluding the press conference, Peter King, Chief Executive of Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, talked of the venue’s success over the last year and the continued growth of MCEC as the first six-star facility in Australia. 

Speakers at the press conference included the Right Honourable Robert Doyle - Lord Mayor of Melbourne; Karen Bolinger - Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Convention Bureau; Penny Lion - General Manager Events, Tourism Australia; Peter King - Chief Executive, MCEC and Ian Wainwright - Director – AIME, Reed Travel Exhibitions Event. AIME, 21 – 22 February 2017 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre will unite a community of event professionals for two powerful days of networking, education and business. 

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Hotelier Indonesia AIME silver anniversary year kicks off
The Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo (AIME) press conference has launched the silver anniversary of AIME, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC) on Monday 20 February 2017, announcing new research and insights driving the meetings and events industry.

The Right Honourable Robert Doyle, Lord Mayor of Melbourne, remarked on Melbourne’s position as Australia’s sporting capital and the world’s most liveable city for the sixth consecutive year, plus the city’s friendly and down to earth charm.

Karen Bolinger, CEO, Melbourne Convention Bureau outlined the future of the meetings and events industry in Australia, sharing findings from The Future of Business Meetings Industry Report by McCrindle on the expectations and changes to the industry.

“Attendees are no longer content to sit, listen and simply absorb information, they are looking for an opportunity to actively participate and collaborate. 76% agree that integrating fun into a conference experience is not just a nice to have, but essential for conferences today. In the next 15 years, we can expect elements of business events to get shorter, the length of networking time is the only area of business events expected to increase,” said Ms Bolinger.

Also on the changing digital landscape being shaped by a new generation:

“Technology is not taking away from the conference experience, it is enhancing it. By 2025, more than half of the workforce will be comprised of Generation Y and Z. Over the next decade, Australia will experience its biggest intergenerational leadership ever. 92% bringing with them an expectation for technology to be integrated throughout an event,” said Ms Bolinger.

Penny Lion, Executive General Manager Events, Tourism Australia shared Australian events contributed approximately $55 million to the Australian economy in 2016, with a 100% satisfaction rate.

Ian Wainwright, Event Director – AIME, Reed Travel Exhibitions shared his excitement over the 25th Anniversary.

“This year brings us the most diverse and valuable pool of visitors, buyers, speakers, suppliers and experts from all over the region. The buying power of Hosted Buyers this year exceeds 1.2 billion Australian dollars, and that is just the start of the value of doing business at AIME.

“The quality of our 25 year anniversary program is truly spectacular, and we’re proud to be part of this industry leading event. The future of AIME is bright. AIME is where inspiration has begun for 25 years, and I look forward to seeing where this inspiration takes us,” said Mr Wainwright.

Concluding the press conference, Peter King, Chief Executive of Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, talked of the venue’s success over the last year and the continued growth of MCEC as the first six-star facility in Australia.

Speakers at the press conference included the Right Honourable Robert Doyle - Lord Mayor of Melbourne; Karen Bolinger - Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Convention Bureau; Penny Lion - General Manager Events, Tourism Australia; Peter King - Chief Executive, MCEC and Ian Wainwright - Director – AIME, Reed Travel Exhibitions Event.

AIME, 21 – 22 February 2017 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre will unite a community of event professionals for two powerful days of networking, education and business.

www.aime.com.au
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Sharing our PassionFor more 25 years FEI – Foodservice Equipment International has been supplying hotel, restaurant and catering supplies from the world’s best loved brands.

Foodservice Equipment International

http://fei.com.au/

FEI has an extensive range of food service equipment, catering from restaurant dinnerware and tableware, to commercial kitchen equipment. We also offer glassware, flatware, buffetware, banquetware supplies, hotel linens and contract furniture. FEI has long-established, exclusive agency agreements with many of the world’s finest and most respected manufacturers of food service equipment supplies. With convenient showroom and factory outlets located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and the Gold Coast, FEI welcomes your visit.



Our offerings are designed to create the ideal dining environments and are proud to introduce a magnificent portfolio of foodservice equipment brands. FEI looks forward to sharing with you our passion for creating unique and beautiful dining and banqueting environments that will enhance your guests total dining experience.
Their Chinaware

The world has admired Rosenthal chinaware since the German factory began production in 1891. Today, Rosenthal Restaurant and Hotel tableware is one of the world’s largest producers of traditional and contemporary designs in Restaurant and Hotel crockery that represent the ultimate statement in style and quality.

The Rosenthal Restaurant and Hotel Tableware range is designed by world renowned artists, including designers from other fields, such as Gianni Versace, Andy Warhol and Karl Lagerfeld. Their artists can also create unique designs, modify existing designs and colours, as well as add a client’s logo or motif.

Rosenthal’s trailblazing status as an innovative porcelain designer has so far been recognised with over 450 design awards and numerous references from international museums.

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Sydney – Head Office
37 / 42-46 Wattle Rd
Brookvale, NSW 2100
Australia

P: +61 2 9938 5000
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ICONIC, LUXURY BRAND TAKES OFF WITH PAN AMERICAN


It was a memorable date. On 4th April 1946 Pan American World Airways launched their international hotel brand: InterContinental Hotels. First opening in Belém Brazil, InterContinental Hotels then extended a trailblazing portfolio across the world.

It became a byword for luxury travel to a jet-set generation, with an impressive guest list, from Louis Armstrong to Princess Grace. Today, with five-star hotels and resorts in 60 countries, InterContinental is a pioneer in quality, service and responsibility.

Each property offers its own distinctive style, from heritage elegance to urban chic and resorts on tropical shores.


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