The best deserts tech in Australia is getting a big boost as a new Australian government scheme aims to encourage more people to visit the desert.
The Desert Tech Tour is set to take place in Sydney from December 1st and runs for four days.
It is expected to attract about 30,000 visitors and generate about $2m for the Australian Government.
“This is an important time for desert tech,” Tourism Minister Nick Smith said.
“It’s the perfect opportunity to showcase Australia’s vibrant desert landscapes, from the iconic sand dunes of the Great Barrier Reef to the beautiful sandy beaches of the Gold Coast.”
The Australian Government is committed to encouraging the desert tourism industry and I’m confident it will deliver big rewards.
“Mr Smith said the tour will be held at the NSW Parliament House, a building known as the Parliament House of Tomorrow, which was built in the 1960s and is the oldest building in Australia.
The scheme has been backed by Tourism Minister Michael McCormack, who said it would provide an “extraordinary opportunity” to visitors and showcase Australia to the world.”
I think this is a fantastic opportunity for the tourism industry in Australia and the world,” he said.