We are excited to welcome a new cohort of inspired and determined young tourism professionals and future tourism leaders into this program.
Birthday fever was in the air this morning as the state’s peak body for tourism – the Queensland Tourism Industry Council – celebrated its 18th birthday (and first networking event for 2019).
Join the long line of esteemed Queensland Tourism Awards judges in 2019!
From sunny Queensland to a cooler Auckland, our very own Policy and Research Manager, Dr Natasha Montesalvo, flew the QTIC flag at the SDGs4Tourism conference hosted by Massey University.
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The international and domestic tourism figures released by Tourism Research Australia (TRA) are confirmation that tourism in Queensland is heading in the right direction, regaining momentum and – after a few years of struggle – capturing more market share both domestically and internationally.
Queensland’s tourism operators are invited to boost their business expertise by attending some of the 125 trade development and digital skills workshops being held across the Sunshine State in 2019.
Save the dates!
The need for a strong connection to country and collaboration was a key takeaway from the 8th Annual QTIC Tourism Indigenous Employment Forum.
The Sunshine State’s top tourism operators were recognised at this year’s sold out Queensland Tourism Awards, celebrating the dedicated individuals and successful operators of the state’s $25 billion tourism industry.