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Qantas Baggage Fees

Qantas weighs up costs

Qantas has brought in a new self service check-in technology that will see the end of check in staff turning a blind eye to passenger’s overweight baggage.

Cheaper Interstate Flights

Interstate travellers will be able to take advantage of a new round of cut price fares as Virgin Blue and Qantas go up against each other in a renewal of the battle for the domestic travel dollar.

Queensland Rail Zero Harm Policy

Queensland Rail has been forced to defend it’s safety policy after allegations of the zero harm approach encouraging drunken loutish behaviour.
Australian Flag

Aussie Holiday Tax Rebate Plan

A proposal currently being put to the Federal government would see Australians get a tax rebate for taking holidays within their own country.

Brisbane to Manila Direct

Philippine Airlines will make it’s first flight from Brisbane today after introducing twice-weekly services from Brisbane to Manila as part of their major expansion into Australia.

Travelling Toilets No Trouble

The problem of how to dispose of toilet waste from caravans, motor homes and boats might not be a primary concern to most holiday makers to Queensland. But it is to the grey nomad brigade and other travellers who frequent the roads of Queensland for thei

Far North Tourism Saved By Backpackers

The Far North Queensland tourism sector was saved last year by backpackers. The backpackers contingent are almost exclusively comprised of the youth market which grew by 3

Gold Coast welcomes return of International Tourists

Most Gold Coast business considered that Japanese tourism was dead. But for the first time in a long time, the downward trend of visitors from Japan to the Gold Coast was reversed, with last year showing an increase of 8.4 per cent.

Hotel Room Rates Crash

Falling room rates and lower occupancies in 2009 has seen Australia’s top hotels lose out on an estimated $270 million in revenue.

Noosa Hotels Makeover

Hastings street in Noosa has for many years enjoyed a reputation for luxury accommodation but more recently some of the hotels have been the subject of complaints by guests.

QantasLink Increases Regional Queensland Flights

More QantasLink flights will be introduced to operate across regional Queensland from early April 2010, Qantas’s regional arm said yesterday.

New Korean Air Australia Campaign

Korean Air and Tourism Australia have been successful in negotiating a deal resulting in the production and placement of a new advertising campaign in Korea that promotes Australia as a major destination.

New Name Boost for Dinosaur Stampede

Lark Quarry in western Queensland has long been renowned for it’s dinosaur fossils and imprints of a dinosaur stampede, understood to be the only recorded footprints of such a stampede known to exist on earth.

A Cheeky Mission

The North Queensland Town of Mission Beach has released a cheeky advertising campaign to rival any with the slogan "Get High, Get Wet, Get laid"

Best Job In The World

Queensland Holidays are gaining in popularity again and Tourism Queensland is confident that it has a great deal to do with their promotion of “The Best Job in the World” which was won 3 months ago by British man Ben Southall.

Queensland Travel Bookings on the rise

Tourism Queensland has said that international interest in Queensland holidays is on the rise.


Queensland Dam Water Release
The Queensland Government approved mass release of water from Wivenhoe Dam will begin today, despite state bureaucrats warning that the move could put Brisbane's water security in jeopardy.
Strategic Blow
As Qantas continues to battle with it's unions and tries to regain its reputation in the wake of its industrial dispute Australia's newest airline is preparing a major assault on the market.
La Nina Again
The latest weather bureau report predicting another summer of wild weather will force the Queensland Government to open the floodgates on major dams.