Travel & Tourism - Useful Resources
Queensland.com is the official visitor site for Tourism and Events Queensland. Our goal is to deliver the best visitor experience, and provide the most helpful information on Queensland destinations, experiences, accommodation and cultural events.
Useful resources for travellers, holiday makers, tourists, grey nomads, clubs, travel
agents, tourist information centres, their regions & more.
Click to download a 1 page quick Go See Oz eLibrary Reference Sheet.
Go See Oz eLibrary contains a wealth of travelling information to encourage the mobile traveller to venture outdoors, more often & be better prepared, throughout Australia & New Zealand. The Lands Downunder.
It will allow you to plan safe journeys, with inspiration, confidence, enthusiasm &
ensuring family fun.
Go See OZ eLibrary is a free service, with a wealth of information, ideal for promotion & marketing by businesses for awareness of their products & services, to locals, interstate & overseas visitors representing the growing mobile travelling community. Ideal for Clubs, Information Centres, Travel Agents, Councils, and more.
Go See Oz eLibrary is designed as easy to use, yet extremely informative, with over 1000 links, categorised & organised into specific groups.
“It’s BONZA to WANDA out YONDA, to LINGA LONGA & PONDA”
Click to download a 1 page quick Reference Sheet.
Aussie Towns – details of those smaller towns we are inclined to transit.
Camping – resources to make your experience, safe, fun & rewarding.
Camps Australia Wide – find awesome campsites on the go.
Caravan & Camping – top campsites, glamping & water parks.
CaravanCaravan – freedom camps, Caravan Parks, Show grounds Australia wide.
and much more …
‘Ecotourism encompasses nature-based activities that increase visitor appreciation and understanding of natural and cultural values. They are experiences that are managed to ensure they are ecologically, economically and socially sustainable, contributing to the wellbeing and conservation of the natural areas and local communities where they operate.’
Source: What is Ecotourism? QLD Government
- Ecotourism on parks
- Strategies and plans
- Queensland Ecotourism Plan 2016 – 2020 (pdf)
- Ecotourism Facilities Implementation Framework (pdf)
- Best Practice Ecotourism Development Guidelines (pdf)
- Queensland Ecotourism Development Toolkit
- Queensland Ecotourism Trails Program
Discover must-see destinations, delicious food, memorable activities and views for days.
Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC) is the peak industry body for tourism in Queensland, acting as “The Voice of Tourism”. We’re a not-for-profit, private sector, membership-based organisation representing the interests of Queensland’s tourism and hospitality industry
Tourism and Events Queensland is a statutory body of the Queensland Government and its lead marketing, destination and experience development and major events agency.
This website features a wealth of tourism and events news, research and information, making it a central point for the industry, media, governments, special interest groups and anyone interested in the business of tourism and events.
When holidaying in Queensland, keep an eye out for the blue and yellow information sign. The teams at accredited visitor information centres have a wealth of local knowledge and can give you friendly advice on where to stay, what to do and help book you accommodation and activities. Drop in for maps, brochures and easy information access on the go.
Destinations, holidays, travel advice, camping & caravanning and activities
The Department of Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games has a key focus – the success of Queensland’s tourism industry, small business and the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (GC2018) to create a diverse Queensland economy to grow jobs now and create jobs for the future
World Tourism Day is commemorated each year on 27 September. Its purpose is to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value.
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