Meet the faces of tourism

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With the Tourism Works ads now showing across WA, we would like to introduce you to some of the many faces who work in the diverse tourism industry.

Gabby Simoni – “I promote the region” (pictured, left)
Marketing Manager – Australia’s Golden Outback

Australia’s Golden Outback is a regional tourism organisation promoting the Outback to intrastate, interstate and international markets. Each year more than 165,000 interstate and overseas visitors travel to the region.

Australia’s Golden Outback is a two worker team promoting more than 50% of WA to the world.

Eamon O’Brien – “I test the ride” (pictured, second from left)
Mechanical Fitter – Adventure World

Adventure World features world-class attractions such as the $12 million roller coaster “Abyss” and $7 million dollar “Kraken” water slide.

Adventure World welcomes 450,000 guests each year including more than 45,000 interstate and overseas visitors. The park employs around 500 workers.

Alison Bird – “I lead the camel” (pictured, second from right)
Operator – Broome Camel Safaris

Broome Camel Safaris offers the the famous morning and sunset camel tour along the iconic Cable Beach.

Broome Camel Safaris welcomes more than 20,000 visitors each year and employs around 8 workers.

Emily Anderson – “I serve the food” (pictured, right)
Waitress – The Terrace Hotel

The Terrace Hotel is a 5 star boutique hotel in Perth’s CBD. More than 30% of guests at The Terrace Hotel are interstate and overseas visitors. The Terrace Hotel employs approximately 50 workers.

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