News

5 May 2016
Public

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
Public

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

28 Apr 2016
Public

Advertise in the 2nd edition of the QTIC Careers Guide, a reference source for educators, students, job seekers, employers and industry.

27 Apr 2016
Public

The QTIC Board and Executive team recently visited Outback Queensland and were warmly welcomed by members and industry partners.

26 Apr 2016
Public

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre has won the top award for catering at the National Meetings & Events Australia Awards.

22 Apr 2016
Public

QTIC has partnered with industry to introduce the Promoting Indigenous Culture through Visitor Information Centres program...

22 Apr 2016
Public

QTIC was pleased to represent the state's tourism indsutry at the 2016 ACPET Queensland State Forum.

22 Apr 2016
Public

AEG Ogden Group Director of Convention Centres, Geoff Donaghy, has been recognised with an IMEX Academy Award for the Asia Pacific region.

22 Apr 2016
Public

Many projects funded through the Australian Government’s Tourism Demand Driver Infrastructure program have now been delivered.

15 Apr 2016
Public

Industry will receive an update on results from coral bleaching surveys from GBRMPA in Townsville today.

14 Apr 2016
Public

QTIC has made a submission to the Finance and Administration Committee on the Draft North Stradbroke Island Economic Transition Strategy...

7 Apr 2016
Public

QTIC's Chief Executive Daniel Gschwind put forward his view on the value of the Great Barrier Reef in The Courier-Mail.

5 Apr 2016
Public

QTIC members receive 20% off the Tourism Marketing Academy + Mastermind Program, designed to achieve growth and sustainability.

1 Apr 2016
Public

The QTIC Board and executive team will visit the Outback in April for its Board of Directors meeting in Longreach.

30 Mar 2016
Public

QTIC's Rhonda Appo recently represented Queensland’s tourism industry at the Australian Indigenous Tourism Conference.