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Tue 03 December 2019
Thredbo has stamped its mark as Australia’s top alpine tourist destination by winning the prestigious accolade of the Best Australian Ski Resort at the World Ski Awards held in Kitzbühel, Austria over the weekend.
The accolade marks the third consecutive year that Thredbo has been named Australia’s Best Ski Resort at the global awards.
The World Ski Awards, voted on by professionals in the snow industry and skiers and snowboarders worldwide, is a global initiative that recognises, rewards and celebrates excellence in the snow industry.
It aims to drive up standards within snow tourism industry by rewarding the organisations that excel in their field.
The laneways of Chinatown will come to life for a dazzling night of stalls, concerts, street performances and free activities, as the City of Sydney marks the start of 2020 Sydney Lunar Festival.
Kicking off 16 days of celebrations to mark, for the first time Lunar Lanes will weave through the streets of Chinatown to Darling Harbour on Lunar New Year’s Day, linking historic Haymarket with the new harbourside precinct.
More than a million visitors are expected to enjoy the sights, sounds and flavours of Asia during the City of Sydney’s Sydney Lunar festival from 25 January to 9 February, the City of Sydney said in a press release.
The festival claims to be the biggest celebration of the Lunar New Year outside Asia, and welcomes tourists from around the world, as well as Sydney’s multicultural Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian, and Malaysian communities.