the event to discuss the most important trends affecting the amusement, leisure and recreation industry
Maintaining its position as the fastest growing airport in the country
The latest International Visitor Survey released today shows a record 301,000 people visited the Sunshine Coast
Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC) is working in conjunction with local tourism organisations and chambers of commerce to launch the second phase of the ‘Come to life’ marketing campaign
The Sunshine Coast’s reputation as a haven for
The guide highlights the region's appeal from hinterland and coastal activities to local flavours
The Sunshine Coast has recorded another strong increase in international arrivals with 8.2% growth
Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC) has appointed destination marketing expert, Samantha Dalla, as the group’s new International Marketing Specialist
Business Events Sunshine Coast (BESC) is looking towards the Indian market for major growth as a result of hosting a group of Indian buyers following this year’s Dreamtime event held in Brisbane this...
As the Schoolies season gets underway around Australia, Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is foregoing the massive teen holiday market in preference for ‘moolies’ – mothers of schoolies escaping their chil...
Sunshine Coast Airport, Tourism Noosa and Visit Sunshine Coast have signed a historic Aviation Partnership agreement that will see the three organisations combine forces to develop and implement a ne...
Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC) is aiming to maintain the region’s strong tourism growth with an integrated six month marketing campaign that will particularly focus on the intra-Queensland market
Sunshine Coast celebrates 50th anniversary with record domestic visitor numbers Queensland’s Sunshine Coast has celebrated its 50th anniversary by growing domestic visitor numbers by 4.9% in the la...
Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC) has significantly strengthened its marketing division with the announcement of a newly created position: Head of Marketing.
The campaign, with the tagline Come to life will run in South Australia, during two bursts from 3-16 August and 5-18 October with sales fares available from Jetstar to support the route
It is 50 years ago today that Queensland’s “Sunshine Coast” name officially came into being. Until then, the region was known as the “Near North Coast”, reflecting its proximity to Brisbane.
Key tourism regions of the Sunshine Coast are joining forces with Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC) in a new agreement to market the destination.
Visit Sunshine Coast CEO Simon Latchford said with one of Australia's Top 10 beaches on TripAdvisor as the playground, Mooloolaba is brimming with incredible food experiences, immersive encounters an...
The Sunshine Coast attracted 288,000 international visitors to the year ending March 2017, up 11.6% and contributing $240 million in visitor expenditure to the economy.
Sunshine Coast Council and Visit Sunshine Coast, today (May 31) launched a new marketing campaign promoting the diverse range of major events hosted on the Sunshine Coast.