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
The new route marks AirAsia’s first time operating out of Brisbane Airport
Queensland Tourism Industry Development Minister Kate Jones will today (midday) officially open the $10 million Sunshine Coast Convention Centre at Novotel Twin Waters Resort
Australia Zoo’s Dr Terri Irwin welcomed the grant from the State Government saying that they aimed to have Camp Croc Hunter open in 2020 to commemorate Australia Zoo’s 50th anniversary
Brisbane wins bid for leading international tourism conference
The Palaszczuk Government will invest an extra $1 million to promote North Queensland and support tourism
Tourism Industry Development Minister Kate Jones today confirmed the DestinationQ Forum and tourism masterclasses would run from 7 to 8 November 2019 at Novotel Twin Waters Resort on the Sunshine Coa...
Tourism industry leaders will gather on the Sunshine Coast this November for three key tourism events – The Queensland Tourism Industry Council’s Indigenous Tourism Forum
AirAsia, the world’s best low-cost airline announced it would operate its first-ever Australian services from Bangkok, Thailand to Brisbane, Australia from 25 June 2019
Work is picking up pace on the $150 million master plan to revive the Sunshine Coast’s iconic Big Pineapple
One of the world’s richest horse racing events taking place on the Gold Coast today will deliver millions of dollars to the Queensland economy
The Gold Coast will host lifesaving’s most prestigious event for the first time in 35 years
Investors are being enticed to develop three new ecotourism trails in North Queensland and the Sunshine Coast.
On Saturday 13th October the award-winning Spirit of Bundaberg Festival returns even bigger and better
Targeted domestic marketing campaigns and expos led by Tourism Whitsundays and Tourism and Events Queensland have helped the Whitsundays experience a surge
Crush Festival, the annual showcase of the vibrant arts and cultural scene of the Bundaberg region, has launched its program for 2018,
THE Gold Coast-Scenic Rim is now home to Australia’s largest adventure Park built specifically for juniors, aged three to seven
Queensland’s new “Find Your Perfect Next…” tourism campaign has recorded impressive early success
The Gold Coast is bracing for an $80 million weekend of blockbuster events