From awards and achievements to celebrations, find out what’s new, next and noteworthy around Brisbane.
The first direct Air China flights between Beijing and Brisbane has touched down at Brisbane Airport, establishing a critical link between Queensland’s capital and the capital of the People's Republic of China.
An influx of Taiwanese visitors to Brisbane has helped the city once again break a trifecta of international tourism records according to the latest International Visitor Survey.
With more international tourists choosing Brisbane than ever before, the city’s tourism offerings are expanding with a new cruise terminal, an exciting zipline on Brisbane’s picturesque Mt Coot-tha and more river tourism opportunities.
The city’s annual Christmas program, Christmas in Brisbane, provides free activities and entertainment for residents, as well as stimulating the retail economy by attracting visitors from Greater Brisbane to the CBD.
Consider reserving a corporate table at the region’s highest accolade in film, providing a unique opportunity for you and your guests to mix with business leaders and local and international film talent.
An industry grant to lure conferences announced, new luxe hotels opening and a special Indigenous cruise to North Stradbroke Island;there’s a lot happening in Brisbane this November.
Brisbane Marketing and a consortium of tourism, music and arts partners are developing a strategy to grow the city’s music economy - and we invite you to have your say.
Caroline McCulloch – co-founder of FRANKiE4 footwear – was named Business Person of the Year at the 2017 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards.
An 80m-long public mural inspired by the first Wallabies Indigenous jersey is taking shape in Brisbane ahead of the third Bledisloe Cup match on 21 October.