Full screen imagery, authentic anecdotes and insightful tips showcase the beauty of Tropical North Queensland in a newly launched consumer website. Tourism Tropical North Queensland Chief Executive Officer Pip Close said tropicalnorthqueensland.org.au was designed to inspire travellers to want to see, know and experience more of the region. “Fringed by reef, enveloped by rainforest and
Cairns based Sunlover Reef Cruises is getting ready to launch another new activity pontoon on the outer Great Barrier Reef from December; its second major pontoon launch in the last six months. Arlington Reef Tour will provide the first half day option for visitors to Cairns who are still wanting to discover the pristine outer
Tropical North Queensland will host a new major tourism event for the next three years with the launch of Targa Great Barrier Reef, a three-day car rally that will see the field of around 200 cars visit all key regions, including Port Douglas, Innisfail and the Atherton Tablelands. The new event, to be based in
One of the most accomplished ensembles of film industry heavyweights ever assembled in regional Australia is set to share their insights with emerging filmmakers and shine the spotlight on Far North Queensland as part of the Port Shorts Film Festival’s Masterclass Series later this month. Port Shorts Film Festival Ambassadors – champion Aussie actor Stephen
Australian tourism and hospitality group, Crystalbrook Collection, has today announced its acquisition of The Reef Marina in Port Douglas, which is now to be known as Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina, and its intention to invest a further $100+ million into the Marina. The group has announced that it intends to deliver to Port Douglas a
The Cairns Aquarium is one of Australia’s most exciting new, world-class tourist attractions and reef research facilities. The iconic, three level, 7500 square metre, CBD landmark attraction is the first public aquarium to be built in Australia in 17 years. It is also the only aquarium in the world to exclusively showcase the fish, animals, plants and habitats of the only two adjoining World Heritage protected areas: The Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics Rainforest to an expected 720,000 visitors each year.