Queensland is celebrating the state’s highest ever overall visitor expenditure and increased visitor numbers for the year ending March 2015.
Students from high schools at North Lakes, Helensvale, Stanthorpe and Albany Creek were recognised at the 2015 Salute to Excellence Awards.
QTIC celebrated NAIDOC Week with the Cairns launch of Australia’s first support network for Indigenous employees in the tourism industry.
Echo Entertainment Group has announced a $300,000 partnership to support the QTIC Tourism Indigenous Employment Champions Network.
The Great Barrier Reef water quality report is a timely reminder that Reef protection efforts need to be escalated.
QTIC applauds UNESCO’s draft decision not to list the Great Barrier Reef as “in danger".
QTIC believes this week’s 2015/16 Federal Budget produced mixed results for the state’s $23 billion tourism industry.
QTIC extends a big “thank you” to more than 2,600 Queensland volunteers who actively work to develop tourism in Queensland.
Sixteen Queensland tourism businesses and events have received Gold, Silver and Bronze accolades at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards.
QTIC has committed to joining ATAP to provide a standardised online, quality business accreditation program for Queensland tourism operators...
Queensland’s Regional Tourism Organisations host first regional strategic discussion meeting for 2015 in Cairns.
QTIC has praised the announcement of a new proposal for the expansion of the Abbot Point Coal Terminal.
Queensland tourism businesses hopeful to be crowned ‘Australia’s best’ at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards.
QTIC and Arthur J. Gallagher have established a partnership for Queensland tourism business owners.