The rapidly-growing Queensland tourism industry has just received a $3 million boost from the from the Queensland Government.
They say when one door closes, another one opens. And that is definitely the case for our long-standing Office and Finance Manager and EA Claire Brown.
Dreaming of a Queensland holiday? Somewhere you’ve never been before, or even close to home?
An estimated 23,000 workers – that's the number of new employees the Queensland tourism industry will need by 2020 with a very diverse range of skills, especially Vocational Education and Training (VET) and practical skills.
“Innovation is essential for Queensland’s tourism industry,” said EarthCheck founder and CEO Stewart Moore.
We would like to welcome Maddison Affleck as our newest team member.
The protection of the reef was the hot topic at the QTIC office yesterday with the latest meeting of the steering committee for the Natural Environmental Science Program (NESP) Tropical Water Quality (TWQ) Hub.
We would like to welcome Catherine Kristensen to the QTIC team.
If Queensland being “beautiful one day, perfect the next” wasn’t enough of a draw card of a drawcard for visitors and industry alike, then the state government’s new $48 million Attracting Tourism Fund (ATF) is sure to do the job.
The Queensland Government is backing an international wine tourism campaign with a top-up to the state’s proverbial wine-tourism glass.