Introducing Tourism Workers

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The Tourism Works campaign features real Western Australian workers to show how tourism works to create diverse jobs across WA. Across the campaign, we will be introducing you to some of our tourism workers and how their business is impacted by tourism.

Troy Bennell – “I forage for tucker” (pictured, top)

Tour Operator – Ngalang Wongi Tours

Ngalang Wongi Tours guides over 700 visitors each year with 25% of their visitors coming from interstate and overseas.

A start-up owner-operator, Troy’s dream is to share his culture through tourism and employ more Aboriginal people in the future as the business grows.

Annabelle Ferridge – “I make the bed” (pictured, bottom)

Room Attendant – Novotel Perth Langley

The Novotel Perth Langley hosts a mix of corporate, aircrew and leisure guests in over 250 rooms. The hotel is part of Accor Hotels, the largest hotel group in Western Australia.

The Novotel Perth Langley welcomes over 105,000 guest each year and employs 165 workers.

To find out about more of the workers featured in the Tourism Works campaign, click here.