The stalled redevelopment of Cottesloe’s Indiana Tea House has resumed, but residents have mixed feelings.
How Broome is coping with increased tourism and a shortage in backpackers.
Kimberley tourism operators are hoping a $300 voucher incentive by the state government will increase visitor numbers.
A wheelchair accessible car and carbon offsetting are just some of the reasons Perth swimmers will be going Port to Pub this Saturday.
Did you wander out yonder? Tourism operators reflect on the highs and lows of locals holidaying in WA, one year after COVID-19 first hit Australia.
Tourism operators say there’s been a boost in flights to the north of the state after a government discount.
With interstate and international borders closed, people from WA are choosing to holiday in their own state.
As people prepare for intrastate borders to re-open, how do those on the other side feel?
Dreaming of a getaway with nature once travel restrictions are eased? Collie could be the place for you.
With the regions now cut off and all non-essential travel banned, local businesses miss out on crucial Easter revenue.
Australian tourists who’ve had their travel plans disrupted urged to holiday at home.
Children may be being placed into care unnecessarily, but in some cases an orphanage is the only option.
Organisers say they’ve been pleased by the interest in their competition.
The government is hopeful new direct flights to Perth will continue increasing tourist numbers.
Busselton looks high and low for its treasure.
“We’ve got lower occupancy, lower rates, but the cost of everything is still the same.”
A closer look at the controversial tourism industry in one of Asia’s largest slums.