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2022 Awards Set To Launch

15 June 2022

Nominations will open on Monday (20 June) in a national niche tourism awards that expands the appeal of regional Australia and educates Australians about the wondrous street art found in every corner of our country.

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Call for Art Tourism Papers

26 November 2021

Are you itching to share your paper, case study or destination campaign insights with others who are equally keen to attract more art-loving visitors?

If so, then we invite you to respond to the 2021 Art of Attraction Tourism Summit's Call for Papers.

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Who Won? Regional Australia

7 November 2019

Thallon, a tiny drought-stricken town in central south Queensland has topped the list of Australia’s best tourist destinations for street art.

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Inaugural Contribution to Art Tourism Award Announced

4 March 2022

A quiet achiever who drove the creation of Australia’s first town dedicated to the work of a single internationally-renowned street artist has been recognised with the inaugural Outstanding Contribution to Australian Art Tourism Award.

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Resilience Triumphs

2020 Winners announced

3 March 2021

Eight public art experiences have been recognised as the best in the country for art-loving visitors at the Australian Street Art Awards last night on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

The Gold Award winners of the 2020 Awards, a Tourism Awards for Public Art program, include remote artworks up to 450 kilometres from their state capital.

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Encourage Domestic Travel

12 March 2019

With a charter to encourage Australians to see our country first, the inaugural Australian Street Art Awards will identify places that should firmly be on the “must visit” list for domestic and international visitors.

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2021 Winners Rejoice

4 March 2022

An annual sculpture festival that showcased 50 epic, quirky and mind-twisting creations of leading sculptors in 2021 has been named as the very best outdoor art experience in Australia.

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Encouraging Regional Travel More Important Than Ever

4 February 2020

The national art tourism awards are calling for Australians to abandon overseas destinations in lieu of travelling into regional and rural places to see the magnificent array of public art on show across the country.

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