The number of New Zealanders flying across the ditch to visit Brisbane has reached an all-time high
The Palaszczuk Government has committed $300,000 for new tourism marketing campaigns to support communities impacted by recent bushfires.
An innovative new ‘mini program’ within WeChat, China’s most popular mobile application, will provide a platform to showcase some of Queensland’s key attractions to Chinese visitors
Brisbane wins bid for leading international tourism conference
Preliminary results from Tourism Australia's International Visitor Survey revealed the number of overseas visitors climbed 9.7 per cent
The conference also provides perfect opportunity to showcase the best of our city and region to a global audience
Tourism Australia’s International Visitor Survey results for the year ending December 2015 show Brisbane eclipsed one-million visitors for the very first time.
Brisbane Marketing Chief Operating Officer Brett Fraser has congratulated the city’s most passionate ambassadors as Brisbane Greeters celebrated their fourth anniversary.
A congress to celebrate the diversity of languages is being held against the backdrop of Brisbane’s vibrant multicultural landscape and will bring $6.4 million to the city as it takes place at the Br...
About 2000 Brisbane hospitality workers including concierges, taxi drivers, retailers and volunteers will participate in a program to ensure Brisbane is remembered as the ‘friendly G20 host city’, Lo...
Brisbane will bring together some of the world’s most influential thinkers in a bold new venture to capitalise on the city’s status as the “capital of the world” when it hosts the 2014 G20 Leaders Su...
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk urged residents to help visitors “experience Brisbane like a local” by sharing their Brisbane pictures, experiences and events as part of a new $500,000 tourism campaign annou...
The 34th International Geological Congress (IGC) held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre in August 2012 has won a prestigious award, further strengthening the city’s reputation as a centr...
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today launched Brisbane Marketing’s $680,000 summer tourism campaign to attract drive-market holiday-makers to visit Brisbane from November through January.
A new tourism campaign, launched today by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk, will encourage Brisbane residents to holiday in their own backyard.
Esteemed Hong Kong film producer Nansun Shi and leading Chinese-born contemporary artist Cai Guo-Qiang are among the faces of a campaign to promote Brisbane, Australia's new world city.
Time-poor event planners can access all the advice and solutions they need to host a successful conference at Brisbane Pop-Up 2013 in City Hall today (Thursday 22 August).