• Inclusive tourism – an opportunity for everyone

     Wednesday, November 23, 2022

    In a world where people have differing travel needs – from wheelchair users to vision-impaired, less mobile seniors or parents with toddlers – embracing inclusive travel offers significant opportunities according to inclusive travel advocate, Martin Heng. Heng, whose recently published …

  • ATEC: It’s time to sell Queensland to the world

     Monday, November 21, 2022

    As one of Australia’s most popular destinations for international visitors, Cairns will this week play host to more than 100 key international buyers – the people who will help reconnect the region to its tourism markets across the globe. Meeting …

  • Queensland government declares important tourism plan

     Friday, November 4, 2022

    The government of Queensland has unveiled a new 10 year tourism plan with an ambitious goal to more than double the overnight tourism expenditure of the Australian state to over $44 billion a year by 2032 before they arrange the …

  • Multi-million dollar, brand-new tourism campaign in Queensland

     Tuesday, August 30, 2022

    A multi-million dollar, brand-new tourism campaign has been unveiled to attract southerners to book a holiday in Queensland. The “Seize the Days” campaign looks forward to attract more than 6 million visitors to the sunshine state and add more than …

  • Visitor numbers in outback Queensland grew during the two years of pandemic restrictions

     Tuesday, June 7, 2022

    The number of visitors in outback Queensland grew during the two years of the COVID-19 induced travel restrictions. However, wet weather and steep prices of fuel are playing a spoilsport with tourists choosing to stay away during a time, when …

  • Funding for growing protected areas in Queensland

     Tuesday, April 5, 2022

    Prominent Queensland tourism and conservation organizations have come together to urge the state government to increase funding for growing protected areas in the state. The state government earlierspoke aboutexpanding the area of protected land in Queensland from 8.2% to 17%, …

  • To attract visitors, Queensland is offering $5.2 million marketing blitz

     Thursday, February 10, 2022

    To attract visitors back once again to the state, Queensland is offering $1 breakfasts along with discounted flights and hotels in a multi-million dollar bid. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, strict border measures were implemented. These steps kept out …

  • More people getting into tourism jobs in Queensland

     Friday, January 28, 2022

    A tourism jobs boom in Queensland has led to more people getting employed in the sector compared to the times before the pandemic. As per latest figures, there are 233,000 people working in the tourism and hospitality industries, which is …

  • Queensland businesses anxious as COVID-19 spreads in spite of holiday season

     Saturday, January 8, 2022

    This holiday season, the tourist destinations of Queensland are witnessing a “relatively strong” demand but as COVID-19 cases are increasing, testing requirements and quarantine rules are damaging thousands of businesses, industry leaders say. Usually, for tourism operators in Queensland, it’s …

  • Queensland planning to ease border restrictions by Christmas

     Monday, October 18, 2021

    Queensland is planning to reopen its borders to the rest of the country in time for Christmas, as per the state premier. Annastacia Palaszczuk recently revealed new quarantine requirements for opening the Queensland border under a COVID-19 vaccination plan that hinges …


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