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Brisbane on the cusp of becoming one of the great urban tourism experiences in Australia

Anthony Hayes of Sealink Travel Group says Brisbane tourism is about to boom, with the river at the centre of it all - and why now is the time to jump on the opportunity.

FEATURE: Why Brisbane Powerhouse is about to become an even stronger river hub

The Brisbane Powerhouse has long been a favourite stop for locals and visitors alike, says CEO Fiona Maxwell. And a new River Hub access point is set to make it all the more enticing.

Invest News October 2018

News from the invest team including an attracting tourism fund boost, the Brisbane Tourism Investment Guide, plus the River Access Network.

Invest News August 2018

News from the invest team including a new brewery; exciting solar tech; and it's that time of year again - Tickets are now on sale for the Asia Pacific Screen Awards.

OPINION: Brisbane’s agtech offering is turning heads globally, and here’s why

Robert Henry from QAAFI (Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation) says the innovation and research happening in Brisbane is making the city a key place for agtech developments.

FEATURE: Brisbane hosts Australia’s largest agricultural innovation event, creating opportunities for ag-tech suppliers and investors

The Global Forums in Innovation in Agriculture (GFIA) series is coming to Australia. Sales Director David Stradling takes us through their story and why they chose Brisbane.

OPINION: Our CRISPR food future: ground-breaking gene editing technologies and what it means for agriculture

Peter Waterhouse predicts an ‘avalanche’ of ground-breaking developments in CRISPR technology in the next two years, with big benefits for food producers and consumers.

OPINION: Reinvigorating Eagle Street Pier as Waterfront Precinct - a civic light for the positive momentum of Brisbane

Shaun Munday of Place Design Group says reinventing Eagle Street Pier will be a game changer for Brisbane.

FEATURE: Transforming Howard Smith Wharves is an exercise in preserving history

Brisbane has re-engaged with the river in a really nice way, and the development of Howard Smith Wharves will be transformative from a public space perspective at that section of the city.

VIDEO: Architects Karl Eckermann and Elizabeth Watson Brown in conversation on Reinventing the Brisbane River

Architects from firm Architectus discuss just what it takes to make Brisbane’s built environment truly connect to the river and the city.