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Brisbane appoints BrandStory as South East Asian representative

Brisbane Marketing and Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) today signed BrandStory in Singapore as their strategic marketing and travel representation agency in Southeast Asia.

Brisbane to Host International Table Tennis Festival

Brisbane is set to serve up another sports extravaganza when it hosts more than 1000 table tennis competitors and spectators from across Australasia during a new Festival of Table Tennis next year.

Nothing's Changed, Everything's Different

Brisbane Marketing has launched Nothing’s Changed. Everything’s Different, a new integrated campaign designed to drive visitation and increased visitor spend in Brisbane.

Australia's export tourism industry heads to Brisbane

More than 450 export tourism industry leaders from across Australia are gathering in Brisbane for the Australian Tourism Export Council’s annual Meeting place event.

BrewDog opens new Brisbane taproom

Scottish craft beer trailblazer, BrewDog, has unveiled its Australian home with the official opening of its taproom and restaurant in Brisbane.

Hilton Foods Australia unveils $280m fresh meat production facility in Heathwood

The facility will produce the highest quality finished fresh meat products for more than 450 Woolworths stores spanning from northern New South Wales to Far North Queensland.

Lord Mayor announces Christmas has come to town!

Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has launched another epic Christmas program of festivities in Brisbane and shiny new ornaments that will deck the halls of Queen Street Mall.

Brisbane Insider November 2019

It's all happening - from the re-opening of a fabulous heritage-listed hotel to previews of our performing arts company's 2020 seasons plus a round up of venues that won major awards.

New Tokyo service flies into Brisbane

A new daily air service from Tokyo to Brisbane is expected to boost visitor numbers when it begins next year.

Record numbers cross the ditch to Brisbane

The number of New Zealanders flying across the ditch to visit Brisbane has reached an all-time high as tourism records continue to tumble for the city.