Up-and-coming food and agriculture businesses from across South East Queensland are taking their next step through the Future Food Initiative - an industry development program which aims to drive sector investment and support job growth across the region.
Australian visitors continue to flock to Brisbane in record numbers as the latest statistics show Brisbane has become a favourite destination for Sydneysiders and Melburnians.
Brisbane is being lauded as a top place to travel for Americans during the northern summer as record numbers of US visitors converge on the city.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is calling on Brisbane businesses to step forward for a Lord Mayor’s Business Award before nominations close on 19 July.
The Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC) today launched Yalingbila Tours - Australia’s first Aboriginal owned and operated whale watching tours on the Brisbane River.
It’s not too late to put your company in the spotlight by nominating for Brisbane’s most prestigious business awards. Nominations for the 2019 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards close on 19 July, so there’s still time to step forward.
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Held at South Bank Parklands on 20 and 21 July, Regional Flavours is established as the largest free food event in Australia and showcases Queensland’s vibrant food culture with a stellar line up of local, national and international chefs and enthusiasts ready to whet appetites over two fun-filled days.
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.