Binna Burra, one of Australia's first nature-based resorts, attracts around 250,000 guests from across the globe annually and this year is turning 85.
The Northern Territory Government is handing out almost $74,000 of taxpayers' money to hotel chain Hilton, in the hopes service upgrades will attract more tourists.
After years spent tightening the migration program, the Government is now encouraging semi-skilled migrants to move to Australia's regions.
It's been 20 years since the closure of Perth's only open-range zoo, where thousands of people once visited for a suburban safari experience with displaced circus animals.
International flights between the "Silicon Valley" of China, Shenzhen, and Darwin are less than half-full, four months after the direct link began, prompting some to question if the deal is giving Territorians value for money.
An international tax accounting company hopes to know by February if its legal challenge to the backpacker tax will see the controversial measure overturned.
The future of the Overland train between Adelaide and Melbourne is on shaky ground with the South Australian Government axing any future funding for the service.
In a tense first meeting of the newly elected Glamorgan Spring Bay council, support is given to the controversial Cambria Green tourism development.
Tasmanian Aboriginal groups say they have been "sidelined" by both the state and federal governments' decision to greenlight a fly-in-fly-out luxury camp in the heart of Tasmania's remote World Heritage Area.
Financial statements lodged with ASIC show the Farrell family, who have a monopoly hold on poker machine licencing in Tasmania, made a profit of $24.4 million in the year to the end of June — up from $13.9 million the previous year.