Crocodile Dundee tourism ad airs at Super Bowl in US

A new, star-studded Crocodile Dundee -inspired TV commercial has aired for a potential 110 million Super Bowl viewers in the US as part of a record $US27 million ($38 million) Tourism Australia campaign targeting US travellers.

-inspired TV commercial has aired for a potential 110 million Super Bowl viewers in the US as part of a record $US27 million ($38 million) Tourism Australia campaign targeting US travellers.

It is the federal government’s most ambitious and expensive tourism campaign for a single overseas market.

The greatest name in the outback is back in the outback! Only this time, Dundee isn’t a Hollywood movie. It’s a giant tourism ad for Australia.

After a breakneck game against the New England Patriots, the Philadelphia Eagles have taken the 2018 Super Bowl.

Kylie Jenner has welcomed a baby girl after a top secret pregnancy which saw her refrain from public appearances for nearly half a year.

A group of ex-first ladies gather to support Melania Trump in one of Saturday Night Live’s latest skits.

While sweating in the I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here jungle, actor Kerry Armstrong tells a story about an awards incident involving Nicole Kidman.

Bitter rivals in and out of the boxing ring, Danny Green and Anthony Mundine wasted no time exchanging verbal jabs on I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here.

The greatest name in the outback is back in the outback! Only this time, Dundee isn’t a Hollywood movie. It’s a giant tourism ad for Australia.

Most advertisers paid US TV network NBC about $US5 million for a single 30-second slot in Sunday’s clash between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles.

However, Tourism Australia negotiated a two-year $A15 million deal with NBC for the Super Bowl spot and other opportunities, using NBC’s vast platform.

The Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home ads, starring Chris Hemsworth, Hugh Jackman, Margot Robbie and other Australian A-Listers, are the central plank of Tourism Australia’s campaign designed to make Australia the most desired destination to visit among US travellers by 2020.

ads, starring Chris Hemsworth, Hugh Jackman, Margot Robbie and other Australian A-Listers, are the central plank of Tourism Australia’s campaign designed to make Australia the most desired destination to visit among US travellers by 2020.

The new Super Bowl ad is a continuation of faux trailers that have emerged online in recent weeks to make it appear that a Crocodile Dundee film sequel would soon land in cinemas.

The new Super Bowl ad is a continuation of faux trailers that have emerged online in recent weeks to make it appear that a

The Super Bowl ad features a humorous appearance by the original Crocodile Dundee Paul Hogan, who also headed Australia’s successful “shrimp on the barbie” tourism ads of the 1980s.

Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Steven Ciobo, is confident the investment will pay off.

Paul Hogan starring in a Crocodile Dundee inspired TV commercial that aired during the 2018 Super Bowl.

“Creative ideas such as this are what we need to captivate our key target audiences,” Mr Ciobo said.

“I am confident that many Americans are looking at booking their next holiday to Australia right now.”

Russell Crowe, Ruby Rose, Liam Hemsworth, Isla Fisher, Luke Bracey and Jessica Mauboy also appear in the ads and faux trailers.

The Super Bowl is by far the biggest TV broadcast in the US each year with last year’s drawing 111.3 million viewers.

Tourism Australia said the campaign, before the Super Bowl ad aired, already had a social media reach of 412 million people, the faux trailers were viewed 68.8 million times and were double the number of any other Super Bowl ads online.

US comedic actor Danny McBride plays the central role in the ads as Dundee’s long-lost doofus son returning to the outback to save his dad.

In the Super Bowl ad, Hemsworth takes McBride to see “37,000 miles of pristine beach, mate” and taste “some of the finest wines in the entire world”.

As they sit at a Sydney harbourside restaurant, it finally clicks with McBride he is in a tourism commercial and won’t be the star of a Crocodile Dundee film.

As they sit at a Sydney harbourside restaurant, it finally clicks with McBride he is in a tourism commercial and won’t be the star of a

Hogan, in the meantime, has settled a legal dispute with Grill’d when he sought to stop the burger chain from using a version of the classic line, “That’s not a knife, THAT’s a knife” in December last year.

when he sought to stop the burger chain from using a version of the classic line, “That’s not a knife, THAT’s a knife” in December last year.

Instead of suing the company for damages, Hogan has settled for Grill’d paying $10,000 to Cure Cancer Australia’s BARBECURE campaign.

As the BARBECURE campaign’s lead ambassador, Hogan said: “We’ve all lost a friend or a family member to cancer and it’s one of the leading causes of death in Australia. As we get closer to finding a cure, we need to do everything we can to support Australia’s brilliant emerging scientists.”

See Also : Mystery filming location of Liar revealed – Daily Mail Online

It’s set beside the sea in Kent, but eagle-eyed fans of ITV’s thrilling drama Liar were quick to spot a blunder that revealed filming has taken place in another location entirely.

Filming is known to have taken place in seaside areas including Deal, Walmer and Kingsdown in Kent in order to portray leading lady Laura’s mythical home town.

But one slip-up has lead eagle-eyed fans to also identify another location – and it’s a long way from the beach.

During a scene in episode three of the programme, which features Joanne Froggatt as teacher Laura and Ioan Gruffudd as her rapist, Andrew, a postcode was visible in the background.

In it a pupil of Laura’s gazed out of her bedroom window and across the street where viewers spied SE4 painted on a wall, and quickly identified it as street art that’s outside Brockley train station in South East London – 50 miles away from the coastal town where Liar is supposedly based.

In it a pupil of Laura’s gazed out of her bedroom window and across the street where viewers spied SE4 painted on a wall, and quickly identified it as street art that’s outside Brockley train station in South East

The SE4 postcode was spotted through the window of one character’s bedroom during one particular scene

An image from Google Street View indicates this is outside Brockley Station in South East London on Coulgate Street

Another scene also betrayed the filming location as one character went for lunch at the Noak Cafe, which another fan identified

This scene was shot in The Waverley Arms Pub in Brockley, above, the interior plays the backdrop for Liar

It wasn’t long before viewers then identified The Waverley Arms Pub on Ivydale Road and the Noak Cafe on Mantle Road – both also in leafy Brockley – in two separate scenes.

‘ITV #Liar long way to go for a drink with her ex at Waverley Arms, Brockley, South East London,’ said one viewer.

‘Spotting Noak Cafe used as a location spot for Liar on ITV brings back great memories,’ added another.

In one scene Laura’s sister’s husband took their two children out for a spot of lunch at Noak, while Andrew was in the pub with another character played by Peter Davison.

A Brockley resident tweeted early last year what appeared to be a night-time shoot for the programme underway. The snap shows the house used as lead character Andrew’s in the series.

Residents of Brockley spotted the familiar locations in ITV’s drama Liar. One had already tweeted a night-time shoot from when filming began early last February

Siblings Harry and Jack Williams, who are the brains behind Liar, were also behind another hit drama Broadchurch which featured a fictional coastal town.

As the series grew in popularity so did the Dorset filming locations of West Bay that provided the stunning clifftop backdrop to the show.

Many fans made the pilgrimage to the southern landmark with the Visit Dorset tourism board promoting the key filming locations.

The house in Brockley used for Andrew’s house in the programme is the same as the one tweeted by a viewer

Peter Davison’s character was seen inside Andrew’s house which was filmed on Wickham Road in Brockley

Jack Williams told the Express.co.uk that executive producer Jack Strong wanted to use a number of coastal towns to create the coastal backdrop in Liar.

‘It has to feel specific, but not so specific that it doesn’t feel like it could happen in the world today.

A new, star-studded Crocodile Dundee -inspired TV commercial has aired for a potential 110 million Super Bowl viewers in the US as part of a record $US27 million ($38 million) Tourism Australia campaign targeting US travellers.

-inspired TV commercial has aired for a potential 110 million Super Bowl viewers in the US as part of a record $US27 million ($38 million) Tourism Australia campaign targeting US travellers.

It is the federal government’s most ambitious and expensive tourism campaign for a single overseas market.

The greatest name in the outback is back in the outback! Only this time, Dundee isn’t a Hollywood movie. It’s a giant tourism ad for Australia.

After a breakneck game against the New England Patriots, the Philadelphia Eagles have taken the 2018 Super Bowl.

Kylie Jenner has welcomed a baby girl after a top secret pregnancy which saw her refrain from public appearances for nearly half a year.

A group of ex-first ladies gather to support Melania Trump in one of Saturday Night Live’s latest skits.

While sweating in the I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here jungle, actor Kerry Armstrong tells a story about an awards incident involving Nicole Kidman.

Bitter rivals in and out of the boxing ring, Danny Green and Anthony Mundine wasted no time exchanging verbal jabs on I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here.

The greatest name in the outback is back in the outback! Only this time, Dundee isn’t a Hollywood movie. It’s a giant tourism ad for Australia.

Most advertisers paid US TV network NBC about $US5 million for a single 30-second slot in Sunday’s clash between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles.

However, Tourism Australia negotiated a two-year $A15 million deal with NBC for the Super Bowl spot and other opportunities, using NBC’s vast platform.

The Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home ads, starring Chris Hemsworth, Hugh Jackman, Margot Robbie and other Australian A-Listers, are the central plank of Tourism Australia’s campaign designed to make Australia the most desired destination to visit among US travellers by 2020.

ads, starring Chris Hemsworth, Hugh Jackman, Margot Robbie and other Australian A-Listers, are the central plank of Tourism Australia’s campaign designed to make Australia the most desired destination to visit among US travellers by 2020.

The new Super Bowl ad is a continuation of faux trailers that have emerged online in recent weeks to make it appear that a Crocodile Dundee film sequel would soon land in cinemas.

The new Super Bowl ad is a continuation of faux trailers that have emerged online in recent weeks to make it appear that a

The Super Bowl ad features a humorous appearance by the original Crocodile Dundee Paul Hogan, who also headed Australia’s successful “shrimp on the barbie” tourism ads of the 1980s.

Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Steven Ciobo, is confident the investment will pay off.

Paul Hogan starring in a Crocodile Dundee inspired TV commercial that aired during the 2018 Super Bowl.

“Creative ideas such as this are what we need to captivate our key target audiences,” Mr Ciobo said.

“I am confident that many Americans are looking at booking their next holiday to Australia right now.”

Russell Crowe, Ruby Rose, Liam Hemsworth, Isla Fisher, Luke Bracey and Jessica Mauboy also appear in the ads and faux trailers.

The Super Bowl is by far the biggest TV broadcast in the US each year with last year’s drawing 111.3 million viewers.

Tourism Australia said the campaign, before the Super Bowl ad aired, already had a social media reach of 412 million people, the faux trailers were viewed 68.8 million times and were double the number of any other Super Bowl ads online.

US comedic actor Danny McBride plays the central role in the ads as Dundee’s long-lost doofus son returning to the outback to save his dad.

In the Super Bowl ad, Hemsworth takes McBride to see “37,000 miles of pristine beach, mate” and taste “some of the finest wines in the entire world”.

As they sit at a Sydney harbourside restaurant, it finally clicks with McBride he is in a tourism commercial and won’t be the star of a Crocodile Dundee film.

As they sit at a Sydney harbourside restaurant, it finally clicks with McBride he is in a tourism commercial and won’t be the star of a

Hogan, in the meantime, has settled a legal dispute with Grill’d when he sought to stop the burger chain from using a version of the classic line, “That’s not a knife, THAT’s a knife” in December last year.

when he sought to stop the burger chain from using a version of the classic line, “That’s not a knife, THAT’s a knife” in December last year.

Instead of suing the company for damages, Hogan has settled for Grill’d paying $10,000 to Cure Cancer Australia’s BARBECURE campaign.

As the BARBECURE campaign’s lead ambassador, Hogan said: “We’ve all lost a friend or a family member to cancer and it’s one of the leading causes of death in Australia. As we get closer to finding a cure, we need to do everything we can to support Australia’s brilliant emerging scientists.”

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Where does the SMH keep dragging up these superannuated ex-Railcorp goons from, who don’t have a clue now and probably didn’t when they were in charge, since the roots of many current issues happened on their watch?

This op ed is even more ignorant than the last one. He asks what Metro will do to relieve the existing network, and the answer is “a bit”, partly because T3 will be replaced with high capacity metro, T2 and T8 will have some capacity frees up as a result, and because some passengers from T4 and T1 will find it convenient to change from the DD lines to the metro at either Sydenham or Chatswood respectively, depending on their destination. Plus the very existence of another through route in the CBD actually makes the idea of temporarily closing another station like Town hall for major refit possible whereas today it is impossible

Then he argues the case for Metro West, which is of course the next planned scheme. It’s hard for them to go quicker when the railway construction industry is also operating at capacity, but it will happen – provided relentless negative comment from the media doesn’t result in the opposition coming up with some half baked alternative of course

Then he talks about upgrading the signalling, starting with the rollout of ATP. Which is happening and has been for about 10 years. How can he not know this, if he is to be taken with any credibility? Besides which, ATP does almost nothing for capacity, you would need to implement moving block/in-cab signalling, which is also the plan (there is a published Sydney Trains migration strategy, it’s in the public domain, again how can he not know this?) and that’s also going to happen but it will take years

Worthless and damaging op-Ed. Please, SMH, find some people to talk to on railways who are not representatives of the old guard. There are hundreds you could choose from