Brisbane has further advanced its reputation as a clean and green city, a destination that is known for being the ideal location for events of all shapes and sizes.
Brisbane has been named host of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA)’s 2022 Festival of Landscape Architecture, recognising the city’s commitment to environmentally sustainable practices and development.
Brisbane is well known for its urban adventure experiences, thriving hospitality scene and distinctive precincts, but if you wander just 90 mins from the CBD you’ll discover an abundance of natural attractions offering exceptional corporate and team-building experiences, right in Brisbane’s backyard.
Brisbane Economic Development Agency (BEDA) secured 50 business events throughout 2021, delivering economic benefits worth almost $75 million to the region.
Here are some of the best First Nations’ tourism experiences on offer, where your delegates can learn and deepen their connection to Brisbane’s indigenous history and contemporary culture.
Brisbane is preparing to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with iconic Olympic cities like Los Angeles and London as the countdown to the 2032 Games has begun.
Whether you’re looking for an event space or world-class accommodation for conference delegates, the stylish new Hotel X in the heart of Fortitude Valley has the X-factor.
You only get one chance to make a first impression – and in Brisbane, you’ll find no shortage of amazing ways to give your guests a world-class welcome.
Take your delegate experience to the next level and give attendees a warm welcome, Brisbane-style, with these unique attractions and adventures.
Brisbane may have slowed down for a few months earlier this year, but the city’s hospitality operators weren’t exactly sitting on their hands. Here’s how four Brisbane hotels and venues used a year unlike any other to refurb, refresh and revitalise their space.