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Brisbane domestic visitor spending growth beats the nation

New figures from the National Visitor Survey show the growth in the amount domestic visitors spend in Brisbane is eclipsing that of Australia and Queensland.

Games walking tours have a British flavour

The Brisbane Greeters are getting into the spirit of the Commonwealth Games by launching special British-themed walking tours.

Blockbuster sporting events lure NZ visitors to Brisbane

Brisbane’s strong suite of summer sporting events has provided a hook for New Zealand holiday visitors, contributing to a record influx of international visitors to the city.

Brisbane a hot spot for visitors due to mega summer of sport

From the Battle of Brisbane to the Bledisloe Cup, the only thing hotter than Brisbane’s summer temperatures was its calendar of sport, with six major events attracting more than 355,000 people.

Brisbane Insider March 2018

Brisbane-based design team wins coveted Commonwealth Games contract, Queensland tourism operators recognised and an exciting new dinner and show experience launches.

Brisbane toasts food and beverage wins

In a big nod to the city, two multinational food and beverage companies have chosen to set up their new Australian facilities in Brisbane.

Benchmarking Brisbane’s digital confidence

Brisbane Marketing has launched a first-of-its-kind survey to understand the level of digital confidence within Brisbane’s business community.

Greeters walk west to celebrate sixth birthday

The popular Brisbane Greeters celebrated their sixth birthday in style by releasing a new tour in South Brisbane and West End.

Free festive events saw visitors flock to Brisbane

Brisbane’s cracker of a Christmas program saw hundreds of thousands of visitors flocking to the CBD, to witness a suite of nearly 150 free festive events.

Generous donation to help Brisbane kids to code

A generous donation of laptops and robotics kits will broaden access to Brisbane City Council’s CoderDojo program, where kids learn important digital skills for the future.