Top tourism trends for 2024 - and how Wollongong will make the most of them

Connor Pearce
Updated December 11 2023 - 1:23pm, first published December 8 2023 - 3:07pm
Illawarra's newest tourism bosses predict the trends that will see people travel next year. L-R Simon Kersten, Brooke Robson, Mark Upton and Amy Duggan. Picture by Adam McLean
Illawarra's newest tourism bosses predict the trends that will see people travel next year. L-R Simon Kersten, Brooke Robson, Mark Upton and Amy Duggan. Picture by Adam McLean

After being locked down in 2020 and 2021 and with borders gradually reopening in 2022, 2023 was when many of us went all out on travel, catching up with friends and family overseas or ticking off trips from our bucket list in Australia.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Journalist at Illawarra Mercury

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