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We invite you to kick off the new year, meet our newest members and catch up with familiar faces.  For the first time, guests of QTIC will have the opportunity to network with industry colleagues during a stand-up breakfast amoung the captivating surroundings of the Queensland Museum, operated by our new Corporate Partner - the Queensland Musuem Network.

Guest Speaker

Nick Gray, Founder & CEO of Museum Hack

Our special guest is Nick Gray, Founder and CEO of Museum Hack, a company offering unconventional museum tours in New York City.  Museum Hack's mission is to help others understand why museums are important and to get new audiences excited about museums.

Nick is visiting Australia to share the story of Museum Hack and its renegade tour guides.  Hear about the innovative business practices that he has implemented and how these can be applied to your business.  Find out more about Nick and Museum Hack.


Event Details

Date: Thursday 26 February 2015

Time: 7.15am - 9.00am

Venue: Queensland Museum (Main Foyer & Theatre), Corner Grey & Melbourne Streets, South Brisbane

Format: Guests will receive breakfast canapes and refreshments including tea/coffee/juice, prior to Nick Gray's presentation.



$30 QTIC Members or $40 Non-Members. 

NOTE: To buy tickets you must be logged into the QTIC website. You can request a new password or create a new account.



For more information about this event, please contact
Kerrie Lucas or Alyce Holding on (07) 3236 1445
or or


This event is supported by our industry partners




Use of Photographs and Personal Information

QTIC will collect your personal information for the purpose of communicating with you about this event. For more information, view our Privacy Policy or request a hard copy by contacting us on (07) 3236 1445, email or write to Queensland Tourism Industry Council, C/- Office Manager, PO Box 13162, George Street QLD 4003.

This event may be filmed and photographed for publicity and marketing purposes in printed publications and the internet (websites and social media) . For more information, view our Privacy Policy. If you do not give consent for your voice and/or image to be used in QTIC’s printed or electronic publications, you must advise photographers in attendance at this event that you do not want your image captured for publicity purposes. You must also complete the QTIC Publicity Form and submit it to QTIC staff, email it to or post it to Queensland Tourism Industry Council, Communications Officer, PO Box 13162, George Street QLD 4003.

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