Entertainment: Australians Assemble! Chris Hemsworth poses with Terri and Robert Irwin as they promote a national tourism campaign at the Sydney Opera House - - PressFrom - Australia
  •   
  •   

Entertainment Australians Assemble! Chris Hemsworth poses with Terri and Robert Irwin as they promote a national tourism campaign at the Sydney Opera House

16:41  30 october  2019
16:41  30 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Sydney wins bid to host WorldPride in 2023

  Sydney wins bid to host WorldPride in 2023 Sydney will host the international LGBTQI festival WorldPride in 2023 after defeating rival bidders Montreal and Houston in a vote. Members of the worldwide InterPride network voted for Sydney to host the event in 2023, which will coincide with the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras."Bringing WorldPride Down Under means we can celebrate and shine a spotlight on the unique challenges faced by the LGBTQI community in the region," Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras co-chair Giovanni Campolo-Arcidiaco said on Sunday night.Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham said it will be an event not to be missed.

Chris Hemsworth , 36, posed with fellow national treasures Terri Irwin , 55, and her son Robert , 15, to promote Tourism Australia's new campaign at Sydney Opera House on Wednesday. Inside the event, Chris was spotted chatting into a microphone, presumably while presenting the government's

Australians Assemble ! Chris Hemsworth poses with Terri and Hemsworth , the Global Ambassador for Tourism Australia, attended the launch at the Sydney Opera Hemsworth was joined by conservationists and Australian icons Terri and Robert Irwin at the launch on Wednesday.

Tourism Australia pulled out all the stops to promote its new global campaign on Wednesday.

The launch event was held at the Sydney Opera House and was attended by the likes of Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth and conservationists Terri and Robert Irwin. 

Chris, 36, who signed on as a Tourism Australia ambassador in 2018, was all smiles as he posed with his fellow national treasures. 

Why today's front pages are blank

  Why today's front pages are blank United protest by the media industry against government secrecy and cover-up. In Your Right to Know, papers – including those published by Nine – rolled off the presses overnight with heavily redacted front pages. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

Chris Hemsworth is promoting his home country of Australia! The 36-year-old Avengers star attended the preview event of Tourism Australia‘s latest campaign on Wednesday morning (October 30) at the Sydney Opera House Terri and son Robert Irwin were also in attendance at the event.

The event was held at the picturesque Sydney Opera House and saw national treasures Chris Hemsworth , 36, Terri Irwin , 55, and her son Robert Chris , who signed on as a Tourism Australia ambassador in 2018, was all smiles as he posed with his fellow superstars against the iconic backdrop.

During the event, Chris spoke on stage while presenting the government's latest tourism campaign to the audience.

Sporting a five o'clock shadow, the Avengers star wore an unbuttoned white shirt layered beneath a grey dinner vest.

He completed his look with a pair of grey suit trousers, a silver watch, two silver rings and a stack of bracelets.   

Chris proved himself to be a natural showman as he confidently addressed the crowd while perched on a stool.  

Meanwhile, Terri, who is the widow of late conservationist Steve Irwin, posed for photos in front of the the Sydney Harbour Bridge with her son, Robert, 15. 

Clad in their famous khaki uniforms, the pair couldn't wipe the smiles off their faces. 

Terri, 55, who hails from Oregon, was named as a Tourism Australia ambassador earlier this month, and will front the the new 'PhilAUSophy' campaign targeting high-end international travelers.

The campaign uses reefs, rainforests and beaches to lure tourists Down Under, with the ads being run in America, Europe, China, India and Singapore. 

Also joining the campaign is champion surfer Mick Fanning, celebrity chefs Kylie Kwong and Curtis Stone, and comedian Adam Hills.

Two Australians killed in New Zealand climbing accident .
Two Australians have been killed in a climbing accident in New Zealand.  New Zealand Police today named the men as Brett Alexander Lentfer, 62, and James Harry Spaile, 44. The pair fell an estimated 300 metres to their deaths while climbing in the Remarkables, near Queenstown. The men's bodies have since been retrieved. Their guide was not injured and raised the alarm.First responder Chris Prudden, of the Queenstown mountain rescue team, said it appeared the climber's rope had been cut on sharp rocks. "It would be my assumption that he was involved in it (on the rope)," Mr Prudden told Stuff.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 1
This is interesting!