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Tourism and Events Queensland Act 2012 – 11 December 2012

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Tourism and Events Queensland Act 2012 – 11 December 2012

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Tourism and Events Queensland is a corporation representing the State. The functions of the corporation are: to attract international and domestic travellers to travel to and within Queensland; and to identify, attract, develop and promote major events for the State (among other functions).

  • Sections 4, 5, 7, 8, 9
Reason for law

To achieve economic and social benefits for the State through: (a) marketing and promoting tourism in Queensland; (b) tourism experience and destination development; and (c) securing major events to be held in Queensland. (Section 3)

Relevant links

Tourism and Events Queensland

Events – TEQ

Industry Directory

Tourism Profiles

Queensland Holidays

Events – Queensland Holidays

Community Events Calendar [Brisbane City Council]

Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC)

World Tourism Organisation (UN WTO)

UNESCO

Suggested links

Queensland Hotels Association

Safe Sailing.Net

WunderWalk app

EatWith

Showaround

Workaway

Travelshoot

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