Media Releases

21 Feb 2017
Public

QTIC is hopeful the State will snag a host of honours at this Friday’s Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in Darwin. 

10 Feb 2017
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QTIC has welcomed the announcement of the Commonwealth Games being included to State Minister Kate Jones’ portfolio.

25 Jan 2017
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QTIC is hopeful the State will snag a host of honours at the upcoming Australian Tourism Awards.

2 Dec 2016
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It is with great relief that the backpacker tax has been settled with a 15% tax passed. 

11 Nov 2016
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Queensland’s $23 billion tourism industry has applauded its dedicated individuals and successful operators at this year’s Queensland Tourism...

27 Oct 2016
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Industry professionals aged 35 years and under can nominate for the 2017 QTIC Young Professionals Mentoring Program before Sunday 6 November.

26 Sep 2016
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QTIC has celebrated innovative tourism businesses with the announcement of the annual 2016 QTIC Prize for Innovation in Tourism.

22 Jul 2016
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Nine students have been recognised for their dedication to excellence in training at the 2016 Salute to Excellence Awards.

22 Jul 2016
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QTIC has partnered with the Queensland Government and industry operators to develop the 2016 QTIC Tourism and Hospitality Career Guide.

15 Jun 2016
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QTIC has welcomed strong investment for tourism in the 2016-17 Queensland Budget.

10 Jun 2016
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Gold winners of business categories at the Queensland Tourism Awards will be heading to Darwin for the 2016 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards.

1 Jun 2016
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QTIC urges governments to increase funding investment to combat environmental threats affecting Queensland’s $23 billion tourism industry.

13 May 2016
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QTIC acknowledges the economic value of the state’s small businesses and their contribution to the $23b tourism industry.

5 May 2016
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QTIC recognises volunteers who contribute to the state’s $23 billion tourism industry as part of National Volunteering Week, 9 to 15 May 2016.

4 May 2016
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QTIC is disappointed by the Federal Government’s lack of budget focus on the tourism sector.