visiting journalist program

Tourism Noosa runs a Visiting Journalist Program that targets travel and lifestyle media nationally and internationally.

The program is based on the principle that journalists produce motivating and detailed coverage on our destination after experiencing the product first-hand. Their personal experience has proven to have a great impact on the domestic and international travelling public.

Tourism Noosa hosts about 70 media famils a year from a variety of print publications to broadcast media across Australia and New Zealand.

Both nationally and internationally, the Visiting Journalist Program integrates Tourism Noosa’s overall marketing approach for the region and aims to encourage visitors to experience the variety of holiday options on offer.

For all media enquiries, please contact media@tourismnoosa.com.au.
 

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40 years of Original Eumundi Markets

40 years of Original Eumundi Markets

Visit Noosa and Original Eumundi Markets

Forty years ago on a Saturday morning, eight shoppers wandered around three market stalls in the country town of Eumundi, spending a total of $30. This Saturday morning, 23 March 2019, thousands of people from around Australia and the world will wander among more than 250 stalls as the Original Eumundi Markets celebrates four decades of continuous operation.

10 things you must do in Noosa – but you can always do more ….

10 things you must do in Noosa – but you can always do more ….

VISIT NOOSA

​If you’re lucky enough to be staying in Noosa for a couple of weeks, you’ll definitely find time for a lot more than 10 things to do, but if it’s just a short stay or your first time here, you’ve got to start somewhere ….

The wonderful world that is Noosa Junction!

The wonderful world that is Noosa Junction!

Written by Phoebe Thomas

Explore the wonderful world of bars, laneways, restaurants, coffee shops, fashion boutiques, art and home design that hidden within the buzzing Noosa Junction. This ever-growing village is a bar hopper’s dream and spoils foodie lovers with funky new gems popping up just over the hill from Hastings Street.

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