|Field of Light extended for second season|
|Internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro’s immersive installation, Field of Light, has been extended for a second season, which will run until 31 March 2018. Set against the stunning backdrop of Uluru, the installation is made up of more than 50,000 solar powered spherical lights on stems. Find out more here.|
|New ‘Bush Tucka’ walk for Rainforestation Nature Park|
|Rainforestation Nature Park in Far North Queensland has launched a 30 minute ‘Bush Tucka Walk’, teaching guests about the traditional use of rainforest plants and fruits in Aboriginal culture. Find out more here.|
|Cocos Keeling Island named best beach in Australia|
|‘Cossies Beach’ on Cocos (Keeling) Islands has been named the Best Beach in Australia in the 101 BestAustralian Beaches list. The beach is one of Australia’s most remote beaches and, according to list curator Brad Farmer, is “as near perfect as a beach can be.” Find out more here.|
World’s best sommeliers to visit Australia
The best sommeliers in the world have been invited to discover Australia’s incredible wine offering as part of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017, being held in Melbourne in April. Find out more here.
New luxury hotel for Mornington Peninsula
Mornington Peninsula will welcome a new luxury hotel, Jackalope in early 2017. Jackalope is set on Willow Creek Vineyard and features two restaurants, 46 rooms and a 30-metre infinity pool. Find out more here.
Navy ship to become new dive site
The Royal Australian Navy’s former Landing Ship, HMAS Tobruk (II), will be scuttled in the Wide Bay area north of Hervey Bay and become a new dive site. Find out more here.
The Lights of Christmas, Sydney
The St Mary’s Cathedral forecourt will be the centrepiece of a stunning free light and sound show as the iconic building lights up Sydney with the Lights of Christmas show from 8 – 25 December 2016. Find out more here.
New Indigenous tourism development company launches
Cooee Traveller is an Indigenous Tourism Development and Management company focused on showcasing the world’s oldest living culture through tourism while providing improved financial and social outcomes for its Indigenous owners and stakeholders. Find out more here.