• Queensland government will release travel vouchers to recover from COVID-19

    Published on : Monday, March 8, 2021

    The Queensland government said that the tourism authorities will distribute 15,000 travel vouchers worth up to $200 each in an attempt to stimulate domestic tourism and drive the state’s Covid-19 recovery. Queensland’s premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, announced the voucher scheme on …

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  • Queensland tour operators anxious to recover business

    Published on : Wednesday, February 3, 2021

    As travel industry experiences a loss of over millions a day, Queensland tour operators is anxious with business management and future of tourism. They are losing sleep in the present situation as they brace for the end of the JobKeeper …

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  • Australia’s state borders set to reopen soon

    Published on : Thursday, January 28, 2021

    Australia’s most populous state of New South Wales recently recorded its 11th day of zero local coronavirus cases allowing neighbouring Queensland state to lift border restrictions while Victoria state also hinted at relaxing travel with Sydney. Australian states imposed quarantine …

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  • Tour operators in Queensland hit hard with border closures

    Published on : Thursday, December 24, 2020

    Tourism businesses in regional Australia have lost up to 85% of summer bookings in a day with state borders closed to greater Sydney residents. While the ban on international travel has shot up domestic tourism demand, popular destinations like the …

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  • Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre likely to reopen soon

    Published on : Wednesday, July 8, 2020

    The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) is likely to reopen for business after months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Queensland eases border controls and lifts coronavirus restrictions

    Published on : Friday, July 3, 2020

    After following months of coronavirus lockdown restrictions, Queensland finally lifted border closures and eased various restrictions on July 3.

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  • Qld tourism gets $ 1 bn bonanza to revamp the ailing sector

    Published on : Tuesday, March 3, 2020

    $1 billion Easter extravaganza is all prepared to revive the tourism industry of Queensland.   As experts estimated over industry-wide losses in terms of corona virus threat, this huge funding is anticipated to perk up the ill tourism sector of the …

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  • Queensland tourism industry hit by travel bans and bushfires

    Published on : Monday, February 3, 2020

    The far north Queensland’s tourism industry is facing savage economic consequences due to the travel bans sparked by the coronavirus outbreak.   An unprecedented response is being demanded by the Queensland tourism boss to help the industry survive the savage …

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  • Tourism body makes sure that trade partners & consumers get the newest information

    Published on : Tuesday, January 14, 2020

    In their newest weekly industry newsletter, ‘Eye on Q’, they explained as tourism operations of Queensland remains unchanged, TEQ is working together with Tourism Australia, the other State Tourism Organizations and all of Queensland’s RTOs to make sure that our …

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  • Australia: Country endures hottest day ever recorded around 40.9 degree Celsius

    Published on : Wednesday, December 18, 2019

    Australia is now experiencing hottest day, as hundreds of violent bushfires continue to rage across the country. The Bureau of Meteorology in Australia data shows that the temperatures hit a surprising new high of 40.9 degree Celsius on average on …

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  • Gold Coast Light Rail funding huge win for Queensland residents and visitors alike

    Published on : Wednesday, November 20, 2019

    You could almost hear the cheers from Broadbeach to Burleigh Heads this morning following the announcement that work will commence immediately on Stage 3A of Gold Coast Light Rail, with the Prime Minister Scott Morrison announcing that the Federal Government …

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  • Fires blazes across New South Wales

    Published on : Friday, November 8, 2019

    Dozens of bushfires are burning out of control in New South Wales and  Queensland as the temperature is increasing.     Weather experts have cautioned that hot and windy weather has created volatile conditions along Australia’s east coast.   Bushfires …

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  • Queensland tourism industry seeks more shark control measures

    Published on : Monday, November 4, 2019

    Queensland tourism operators are demanding the urgent government action to control sharks in the Great Barrier Reef amid fears foreign tourists are being scared off. This appeal comes after bickering by state and federal governments over the best way to …

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  • Australia’s first-ever glass bridge inaugurated  

    Published on : Monday, October 14, 2019

    Australia’s first-ever glass bridge has been inaugurated at Cobbold Gorge in the Gulf Savannah region of north-west Queensland.       The gorge, which is on the private land, is around 900 metres long and in some places is only …

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  • Queensland shines with SWELL Sculpture Festival

    Published on : Wednesday, September 18, 2019

    Experience monumental and memorable sculpture at the 17th annual SWELL Sculpture Festival which commenced on September 13 in Queensland.   SWELL inspires, amuses and uplifts and captures the hearts and minds of all who visit. Set amongst the iconic landscape …

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  • Australia’s Queensland targets 1.2 million visitors from China

    Published on : Wednesday, July 31, 2019

    The Queensland government has launched a new initiative that it hopes will encourage Chinese tourists to visit the state’s “key attractions”. Tourism and Events Queensland has announced signing a Memorandum of Understanding with online travel, company Ctrip, with content from …

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  • Brisbane booming in incentive travel from China

    Published on : Tuesday, July 30, 2019

    Two Chinese businesses will reward 4,000 high-performing staff with a trip to Brisbane this year, proving the city’s growing appeal as a destination for incentive-based business events.   Liaoning Yiyontang Bio-technology will bring 1,500 staff to Brisbane in August while …

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  • Queensland’s quirkiest winter festival, Jumpers and Jazz is back

    Published on : Monday, July 22, 2019

    Jumpers and Jazz, an annual festival that is held in Warwick, on Queensland’s Southern Downs is underway.   It is traditionally held over 10 days at the end of July. The festival was born out of a desire to create …

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  • International visitors spent record $5.9 billion in Queensland in 2018

    Published on : Monday, April 8, 2019

    International visitors to Queensland spent $5.9 billion in 2018 according to International Visitor Survey Data released last week. As per the data the market share grew almost one per cent in the year ending December 2018. Queensland employs over 200,000 …

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  • Cyclone Oma: Surfers Paradise Beach and Nobby Beach closed as storm intensifies

    Published on : Monday, February 18, 2019

    Dangerous surf warnings have been issued for stretches of the Australia’s Queensland coast as cyclone Oma threatens to smash the coastal region. Some parts of Queensland are bracing for erosion also.     The high tides and big swells have …

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