News about Austria
In this section you will find the latest press releases of the Austrian National Tourist Office in Sydney.
How a Journey to Austria Brought the Schubertiade to Australia
No Passport Needed
To make the wait for international travel to resume a little bit easier for your readers here are some things to do and places to visit that will make them feel like they are in Austria.Click here for the press release
The time from late November to the end of the year has a very special meaning in Austria. Visit Austria's Christmas markets, try some Glühwein and enjoy the spirit of Christmas...Click here for the press release
Music in 2020
Austria's Hidden Gems
Away from the well-trodden path of Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck, you can experience the raw culture of the Alps or the charming day-to-day life in the towns and villages.Click here for the press release
Some places are best explored through their local food. – Austria one of them. Here is a guide to the country’s best food experiences and delicious inspiration for more or less serious foodies.Click here for the press release
Cosy villages, boundless skiing pleasure and world-class cuisine - in Austria's top skiing resorts you will be spoilt for choice. But Winter in Austria is not just synonymous with skiing.
Austria’s cultural offerings include over 200 festivals: from world scale events to small regional gatherings in Austria’s beautiful surroundings including outstanding culinary delights.Click here for the press release
Off into the mountains
Vacation in Austria means being close to nature. Explore one of the national parks, experience the beauty of the Alps on a long distance trail or head out on a family day hike.Click here for the press release
Austria Hotel Collection
The 2019 Austria Hotel Collection is a group of exceptional properties curated for the Australian market that represent the variety from opulent and historical to radically modern.Click here for the press release
Vienna Boys' Choir
A group of young, indigenous choristers from Far North Queensland travelled to Vienna to join one of the world’s most famous boys’ choirs on stage in the world’s capital of music.Click here for the press release
An art installation featuring a three-metre tall sculpture of Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, will be brought to Australia for the first time to celebrate the culture of Vienna.Click here for the press release
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