Queensland tour operators offer over 500 accommodation, flight and experience deals to entice travelers to visit.
Tourism Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said the Sixteen the Days tourism campaign was designed to encourage Australians and Queenslanders to take a vacation before the end of the year.
“Today, the next phase of the Sixteen the Days campaign is rolling out across New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland in print and digital, with over 500 Queensland holiday deals from 260 operators and partners. travel,” Hinchliffe said Sunday morning.
“It’s October already and that means the clock is ticking down to 2022 to experience more of the great Queensland lifestyle before the peak Christmas and New Year holiday season begins.”
Hinchliffe said the campaign aims to promote the state as a tourist destination and help support jobs, particularly in the Queensland region.
Launched at the end of August, Seize the Days was expected to generate 6.7 million overnight stays and $4.4 billion for the Queensland economy.
The Palaszczuk government’s $200 million Attracting Aviation Investment Fund partnership with Queensland’s four international airports has secured another crucial direct inbound service from Japan to Brisbane International Airport.
From December, Qantas will fly an Airbus A330-300 three times a week from Haneda Airport in Tokyo directly to Brisbane.
Seize the Days holiday deals can be found on Queensland.com.