Lucky Bay Kangaroos Arrive in Singapore

New tourism campaign for WA


WA Content Team

12 July 2019

WA Content Team

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Images of Lucky Bay’s well known beach-going kangaroos will now greet people in Singapore on their daily commute as part of an international tourism campaign aiming to bring thousands of people to WA.

Four carriages on Singapore’s North East Mass Rapid Transit line, which is estimated to be used by a million people daily, will feature picturesque locations from across WA. Serangoon MRT station will also show the images.

Tourism Minister Paul Papalia launched the campaign, which is part of an agreement between the State Government through Tourism WA and Singapore’s Dynasty Travel. 

The Lucky Bay local kangaroos will be joined by images of Rottnest Island’s quokkas, Coalseam National Park’s wildflowers, Hutt Lagoon, 'Nature’s Window' in Kalbarri and Crawley’s Blue Boat Shed.

This new partnership is part of WA's State Government’s $12 million boost for international tourism, and is expected to bring over 11,000 visitors to WA’s shores.

Paul Papalia expects it to be the biggest international marketing push in the State’s history and is hoping to see thousands more people come to WA as a result.

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