CEO & Board Updates

The CEO and Board provide regular updates to members and stakeholders on TTNQ’s activities and the state of the industry. These are included in TTNQ’s eCommunications.

CEO-Board Updates
October 2018 – CEO Update

The value of tourism in Tropical North Queensland is firmly cemented in the minds of the nation’s most influential politicians after intensive lobbying as part of the Cairns Convoy to Canberra last week.

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September 2018 – CEO Update

Feedback from China indicates that the number of independent visitors will continue to grow from this source market bringing a new, savvy traveller who wants to do more than tick off the reef, rainforest and Indigenous culture with half day trips.

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August 2018 – CEO Update

Australia’s leading travel writers will explore Tropical North Queensland when Cairns hosts the Australian Society of Travel Writers Convention on 18-20 October 2019.

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August 2018 Chair Update

The TTNQ Board met recently in Kuranda, one of the three meetings a year held outside Cairns. We also caught up with tourism industry representatives including members of Tropical Tablelands Tourism at a networking event in the evening.

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CEO-Board Updates
July 27, 2018 – CEO Update

The economic impact of business events confirmed by the Business Events Cairns & Great Barrier Reef team in the 2017-18 financial year has more than doubled to $111 million.

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July 2018 CEO Update

Indigenous tourism businesses in Tropical North Queensland have the opportunity to develop new infrastructure with $1.1 million in matched funding from the State Government.

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June 2018 TTNQ Board Report

The TTNQ Board of Directors and CEO held the TTNQ June board meeting in the Cassowary Coast on 5 and 6 June.

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June 2018 CEO Update

This week the Tropical North Queensland tourism industry came together to hear how TTNQ is progressing on our new strategic direction to deliver $3.5 billion in expenditure by 2020.

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