The Big Birthday Bash… a story…
ID Events Australia Blog
by Nicola
1M ago
Blog The Big Birthday Bash… a story… Sometimes, a once in a lifetime opportunity presents itself. And sometimes we aren’t intuitive enough to recognize and walk away. That could have been this story, but luckily there was enough tease and curiosity to garner interest, so we listened closely. Video conferencing for us is common place but hearing a brief to create a “bespoke private event for an Australian/USA-based clients wo wanted a special family event to celebrate an important birthday”, was not. Working in the international corporate sector for over 50 years, ID is a leader in re ..read more
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ID Events Australia turns 49!
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
Blog ID Events Australia turns 49! Back in 1973, before the Sydney Opera House opened and when tourists to Australia came in on the back of Paul Hogans “shrimp on the barbie” commercial… Bill Wright was pioneering a new business events idea… Identifying Incentive travel was lacking specific destination management services ID (standing for Incentive Development) was born. Fast forward 49 years and despite coming out of a prolonged Aussie lockdown with borders closed, business was back, and we were busy! Our birthday, June 7, came and went without acknowledgment as staff were operating si ..read more
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Tassie experiential
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
Blog Tassie experiential I think Australians are accustomed to enjoying amazing scenery washed down with world famous food and wine experiences. Remember Tourism Australia had a whole campaign called Restaurant Australia not that long ago. Pre pandemic and all… So, it should not be such a surprise to re-discover the amazing delights of ol’ Hobart town on a very smart 36 hours on the ground. But guess what, it was! Starting with a vegetable forage at the impressive and sustainable #farmgatemarket we collected produce for the Chef to cook for us that evening. Having not met said Chef, it ..read more
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ID Events Guide to the Ultimate Hobart Corporate and Incentive Experiences
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
Blog ID Events Guide to the Ultimate Hobart Corporate and Incentive Experiences It’s a hard job, but somebody has to do it! Last month Dani visited Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, to take a first hand look at some of the latest incentive tourism ideas from our southernmost state. Although Tasmania is one of the smallest states in Australia, it punches well above its weight, boasting the cleanest air in the world, spectacular scenery and rich history. With over one fifth of the island classified as world heritage areas, Tasmania is a popular incentive destination for both interstate an ..read more
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Pause with Paws
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
Getting Back Together… it sounds like we broke up. But that is what happened to our Business Events Industry… completely unintentionally, we broke up. Our industry is full of like-minded individuals, crazy, creative types – a social bunch who know the power of togetherness. We live the highs of achievement which is garnered via co-operation and the interchange of ideas. We communicate, we collaborate. So, while our COVID situation is creating anxiety and insecurity in our industry, we can amend the narrative that plays in our heads. The great success stories of the countless companies who have ..read more
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Back to Basics: What do we want in our post COVID-19 world…?
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
Like many full-service Destination and Event Management Companies, COVID-19 has disrupted our workplace and slowed our operations down. The speed of change was rapid, suddenly we were all in this new reality working from home in lockdown. Quite quickly, we decided to take stock and evaluate what is important to us. Why is it we are in the business we are in. Diving deep into a business self-discovery, one of the first things we realised is that we are not in this business to make money. As oxymoron a statement as that is, it’s the truth. We actually love what we do and have a larger purpose th ..read more
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MICIENET Industry article published February last year
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
What they do: The six-day event saw the delegation journey from Caims to Sydney, with a quintessentially east coast itinerary including a hot air balloon ride at Port Douglas, a visit to the Great Barrier Reef, dinner at Flames of the Forest, a Harbour Bridge climb, surf lessons at Bondi and an Opera House tour. For accommodation, delegates were treated to the best of the best, resting their heads in both Mirage Resort Port Douglas and Shangri-La Sydney. Food & beverage: The Welcome event had roving Lifeguard Waiters serving Watermelon Mint Cocktails. There were also creative touches with ..read more
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The Top 10 Incentive Travel Destinations in Australian for 2020
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
Thinking about planning your next Incentive Destination Incentive, Conference or Event in Australia in 2020 ….. and wondering where to go? Although Australia is the world’s smallest continent, it is actually huge! To give you some idea about just how vast it is, Australia is the world’s largest island, the 6th largest country in the world, and about the same size as continental USA…which is why it’s impossible to see it all in just one trip. So where do you begin? As Australia’s leading destination management company, with nearly 50 years in the business, our team at ID Events know a thing or ..read more
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Volunteering at BlazeAid Braidwood
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
Earlier this month, some of our ID Events team had the privilege to work alongside other volunteers at BlazeAid, a volunteer-based organisation that works with families and individuals in rural Australia after natural disasters such as fires and floods. “The bushfires might be out, and the world focus turned to the impact of the COVID 19 virus, but there are many rural families and communities still without homes, without livelihoods, and facing very uncertain futures,” says Karen Livermore, ID’s Director of Sales & Events. “So our head of events, Claire Winn, three of our senior event man ..read more
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IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL TO AUSTRALIA AFTER THE 2019 BUSHFIRES?
ID Events Australia Blog
by admin_id
5M ago
Australia has been making headlines around the world after one of the worst fire seasons in its history. And understandably, many business travellers and tourists are unsure whether or not it is now safe to travel to Australia. The good news is that although bushfires are impacting some parts of Australia, thankfully many areas of Australia remain unaffected and are still welcoming visitors. Even for most of the areas that were affected by bushfires in 2019, the threat has now passed and these parts of Australia have now reopened. If you’re organising an incentive trip, corporate event or conf ..read more
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