Brisbane has secured two new non-stop Qantas Dreamliner services from San Francisco and Chicago, with support from Brisbane Marketing. The US is Brisbane’s fourth largest international visitor market, and these services will boost our tourism and business opportunities for the city. The flights will start from April 2020.
The third annual Lord Mayor’s Tourism Summit was held earlier this month and saw more than 170 key industry players come together to have their say on what Brisbane’s visitor economy should look like.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner today joined Touch Rugby League (TRL) ambassador Darren Lockyer to announce that Brisbane will be the host city for TRL’s showcase events in 2019/20.
Education agents from across the world have arrived in Brisbane as part of the Brisbane – Start Here Go Anywhere program, which will profile the city as a world-class study destination to international student markets.
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Micro and social enterprises are among the Brisbane businesses encouraged to nominate for the new-look 2019 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards.
Micro and social enterprises are among the Brisbane businesses encouraged to nominate for the new-look 2019 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, launched by Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner today.
Brisbane is primed and ready for a blockbuster month of major events and exhibitions, which will provide a vital boost to the city’s hospitality, retail and service industries and give locals more to see and do in the city.
Brisbane tourism operators are being encouraged to vie for grants of up to $10,000 each to develop exciting new experiences that will encourage visitors to stay longer in the region.
Rolling into Brisbane on March 28, the inaugural Brisbane Cycling Festival will showcase Brisbane as an international cycling destination and attract thousands of attendees.