The State Budget will include $10 million to create over 180km of high-quality mountain bike and bushwalking trails in Collie including a 65km 'epic' mountain bike trail network in the Wellington National Park.
The Collie Adventure Trails initiative is to establish Collie as Western Australia's premier 'trail adventure town' to attract local, national and international mountain bike and bushwalking tourists, and support the local economy.
The Department of Training and Workforce Development have released draft WA nominal hours for the BSB Business Services Training Package Version 4 (BSB V4) - Cross Sector units for review.
You are encouraged to provide feedback on the draft about the suitability of hours for the new units of competency. To make any requests for changes to hours, please provide justification for the changes at unit of competency level by filling in the yellow highlighted sections in this spreadsheet. Please provide a brief rationale and attach any supporting documentation justifying the changes.
Please forward comments to your Industry Manager at FutureNow. Deadline for comments is COB Thursday 2 May 2019.
PrintEx, with sister show PacPrint are the most comprehensive and relevant business-to-business events serving the evolving needs to the printing, sign and graphic communications industry. Held bi-ennially alternating between Sydney and Melbourne, the shows provide a forum for technology, innovation and education.
PrintEx19 will be co-located with the Visual Impact – one of Australia’s leading showcases for the signage, engraving, display and wide format market and Label and Packaging Expo.
PrintEx19 taking place on the 13th – 16th August at the Sydney Showground at Sydney Olympic Park, provides the industry with intelligence, ideas, information and inspiration to survive, and prosper, into the future.
For more information about this print industry exhibition, go to the Printex19 website.
Fashion and lifestyle publication, Vogue Australia has named Perth's Kings Park as one of the 'best parks in our favourite cities', placing the popular tourism attraction in the company of Central Park in New York City and the Summer Palace in Beijing.
The travel article, published this week, celebrates the correlation between green spaces and desirable cities, quoting a Parks Victoria and Deakin University report that found spending time in nature has physical, mental, social, and even spiritual benefits for people of all ages.
About 10 per cent of visitors to Kings Park are international and a further 10 per cent are from other parts of Australia. Evidence indicates Kings Park is hitting the spot with visitors from around the globe. Ninety nine per cent of Kings Park visitors have rated their experience of the park as satisfying or very satisfying for the past five years in a row, according to annual surveys. The park also continues to account for three of the top 10 visitor-rated Perth attractions on TripAdvisor.