Have a great story idea or travel itinerary to share? Here's how to get your article published on Australia.com.
What Are We Looking For?
- Be original - we love to see content that is fresh, has a unique angle and explores the hidden gems of Australia
- Be specific - we want to direct our readers to the best tourism experiences and products on the market
- Be consistent - use our templates to ensure your article is delivered in the appropriate format
Discover our guiding principles for creating content as well as helpful guides, story templates and examples.
Do you know a certain suburb or area like the back of your hand? A place article is the perfect way to highlight local favourites and give useful hints so visitors can get out of the city centre and make the most of their visit to any spot in the country.
Contributors should ensure that publishing rights have been obtained for all images submitted with an article. Tourism Australia cannot publish third-party images without written consent from the copyright holder.
Ensure your content submission meets Australia.com's editorial and style guidelines by referencing these resources for information on structure, messaging, tone and typographical considerations.
Use our content templates to complete your submission and ensure your article includes all of the required information for publication.
Content submissions can be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms & Conditions
Submission of content to Australia.com is accepted on a voluntary basis only. Submission of content to Australia.com is not a guarantee of publication. Tourism Australia reviews all content submissions and reserves the right to reject submissions that do not meet the required standards and guidelines laid out on this page. Tourism Australia reserves the right to edit submissions before publication. An article may be published with minor edits without consultation/approval by the author. Where substantial changes to the article have been made, Tourism Australia will share the article with the author for review and approval before publication. During this review period, the author reserves the right to request that an article not be published or be published without credit. Where the author requests an edited article not be published, any content written by Tourism Australia in the editing process will remain the intellectual property of Tourism Australia.
All community submissions will be credited with a by line featuring the author’s name and/or organisation’s name.