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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.

Netflix boss to thrill Brisbane at Asia Pacific Cities Summit

Netflix co-founder and Silicon Valley entrepreneur Marc Randolph will headline the Asia Pacific Cities Summit when Brisbane hosts the event in July 2019.

New Seafood Festival to make a splash in Brisbane's CBD

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today launched Sea to the City, a new seafood event that will take over Eagle Street’s dining precinct on 7 October.

Brisbane Insider: August 2018

National acclaim for Brisbane’s hospitality sector and a much-anticipated stage show announced.

Record year for Team Brisbane

More than 300 members and partners attended Brisbane Marketing’s annual Team Brisbane event at GOMA’s picturesque River Room on Thursday 2 August.

Brisbane Cycling Festival unveils ‘Tour de Brisbane’ and city-first Gran Fondo

More than 2,000 amateur and elite cycling enthusiasts are expected to converge on Brisbane next year for the city’s newest cycling event, the Tour de Brisbane.

Brisbane Insider: July 2018

There’s plenty to feast your eyes and appetite on this month across Brisbane, including the Night Noodle Markets and more.

Nominations closing for Lord Mayor’s Business Awards

Brisbane businesses are being encouraged to put themselves forward for the 2018 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards before nominations close on 20 July.