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This week: Regions set to benefit from domestic tourism push by airlines - AVC’s cash incentive for new workers pays off - Cult US burger chain Five Guys to open first Australian store in Penrith - and more.
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The long-awaited arrival of a second passenger airline in Mount Gambier is expected to provide a welcome boost to regional tourism with more destinations for travellers on the horizon. - abc.net.au
Building new tourism icons, visitor attractions and developing regional tourism infrastructure have been identified by the NSW Government as key pillars in a new strategy designed to accelerate post-pandemic recovery of its visitor economy. - hotelmanagement.com.au
After an initial roadblock, Australian Venue Co’s (AVC) job seekers’ incentive is starting to pay dividends. AVC launched the program last year to help tackle hospitality staff shortages throughout the industry. - theshout.com.au
Nigeria is home to more than 250 ethnic groups. Its borders extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the middle of the African continent, spanning a range of geography and climates. - hospitalitymagazine.com.au
Good news, burger fans. Sydney's western suburbs will soon be home to the latest American burger chain to open on local soil, with fast-food giant Five Guys set to launch its first Australian outlet in Penrith this year. - goodfood.com.au
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