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Brisbane Insider: November 2018

Vibrant showcases of culture and creativity and kudos for Brisbane Marketing members. Find out what to do and where to visit this month.

World-class ecotourism opportunity progresses

Brisbane is on the cusp of a tourism boom, with a new ecotourism experience at Mt Coot-tha part of Brisbane City Council’s vision to enhance the Mt Coot-tha precinct.

New grants to boost Brisbane’s brightest

Nominations are open for two grant opportunities, The Lord Mayor’s Global Entrepreneur program and the Lord Mayor’s Convention Trailblazer grant.

Chinese visitors to Brisbane up 25%

Tourism Australia’s International Visitor Survey revealed that visitors from Brisbane’s top five international markets had increased.

Weekend of NRL to deliver tourism magic for Brisbane

In what is expected to be one of Brisbane’s biggest events of 2019, the draw for the NRL’s Brisbane Magic Round has been released.

Brisbane becoming a magnet for high growth startups

On the second anniversary of Brisbane’s first CBD startup space The Capital, Brisbane’s Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner and Fishburners have announced greater support for scaling startups.

The Calile joins Brisbane’s new hotels surge

Brisbane has welcomed another addition to its thriving accommodation sector with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk officially opening the city’s newest luxury hotel The Calile.

Aussie holidaymakers fall in love with Brisbane

Brisbane’s credentials as a holiday destination continue to grow as new figures reveal a record number of Australian holidaymakers have converged on the city.

Brisbane Insider: September 2018

Daily delights at Brisbane Festival and things heating up for Brisbane’s dining scene. Find out what's happening this month across the city.

Unlocking Brisbane’s tourism potential

The Brisbane Tourism Investment Guide has been launched, outlining Brisbane’s potential to generate an additional $6.5 billion in new visitor expenditure by 2031.