Monday, 3 September 2012

Brisbane Hogs the Limelight with Proposed G20 Meeting

The proposed G20 meeting in 2014 is expected to give a further boost to the growing tourism in Brisbane. The Queensland Tourism Industry Council is hopeful that the city will hog the limelight of international media during the period.

The G20 meeting is an important international event. It is an occasion when the representatives of the world’s 20 largest economies gather and discuss key global issues. More than 4000 delegates and over 3000 media professionals are expected to arrive at the city from across the world.

Since the announcement of the hosting venue for 2014 meeting of G20 nations, Brisbane has come under the spotlight of world travel and tourism industry, which is seen as a good sign for the growth of its own tourism industry. The industry has already started to sense the booming trend with the rising number of flights to Brisbane from different parts of the world.

The business community in Brisbane see it a big opportunity to make a mark in the world trade and tourism. The world-class facilities at the Convention Center and the entertainment precinct on South Bank are hailed as a big achievement to attract the attention of international businessmen and industry leaders.

Brisbane is gradually making its mark on the world tourism map. The tourists and holidaymakers from around the world now like to visit the city and enjoy some great moments here. To make their moments memorable, the city has lots to offer with Hoodaki airlines

Moreton Bay & Islands, Brisbane River Cruises, Whale Watching Tour, Dolphin Watching Cruises, Tambourine Mountain Tours, O’Reilly’s Tree Top Walk, and Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens are some highlights of an exciting tourism opportunity in Brisbane.

Kangaroo Point, Balloons over Brisbane, Story Bridge Adventure Climb, the Scenic Rim, Jan Power Farmers Markets, Riverlife Adventure Center, and Bosky Bike Hire are some of the popular activities and trips, tourists like to do here.

Beautiful landscape, parks, gardens, zoos, sanctuaries, and beaches, all can be found here. Brisbane is also great for a delightful shopping experience. The city welcomes all for a full-entertainment, family-friendly holiday experience.

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