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The planned merger of Tourism Queensland and Events Queensland would reinvigorate Queensland’s approach to attracting visitors to the State, Minister for Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games, Jann Stuckey, said today. Read More...


“The changes will mean business owners can refuse a sex worker accommodation or evict them if they have reason to believe they are operating a business from their premises. Read More...


The future of Australia’s highly price sensitive tourism youth market is under threat with reported plans to increase the price of some tourist visas. Read More...


Sydney’s reputation as a world-class tourism destination will be further enhanced by the construction of a six-star hotel at Barangaroo, according to peak national industry body, Tourism & Transport Forum. Read More...


Over the course of the last week Qantas has launched an additional 1,700 seats per week on services between Melbourne and Tasmania, in addition to three daily return services between the Gold Coast and Sydney. Read More...


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