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 visitors and hammered the tourism operators of Queensland. However, the state government is expecting a suit of holiday deals which will improve the condition of the local sector.

Today, Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, announced $5.2 million worth of tourism campaign measures in sunny Bundaberg. To quote Annastacia, “Perfect conditions like this, why you wouldn’t want to come here”.

“I know first-hand how COVID-19 has affected tourism businesses throughout our state,” she said in a statement.
“But now we’re ready to welcome back visitors and I know so many families and friends are ready to reconnect on a Queensland holiday.”

Through the website, lucrative travel deals from airlines, hotels and tourism businesses all through the state will be offered.

“Virgin Australia is launching sales on fares from all major interstate airports into Queensland and Accor has special accommodation rates from $119 per night,” Tourism Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said.

“From $1 breakfast on the Fraser Coast, to wine and dine packages on the Gold Coast and Sunshine coast kayaking deals, there really is a visitor experience to suit every Australian.”

“And to keep Queensland getaways under the nation’s spotlight, we’re giving Australians the chance to win once-in-a-lifetime holiday prizes. These holiday offers go live from this weekend to help Queensland operators secure booking until June 2022.”

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