Queensland highlights raft of new product 

Queensland highlights raft of new product 

Queensland, Australia, is adding a range of new tourism product in 2024 and beyond, including a new theme park and new hotels.

Delegates at Australia’s Tourism Exchange were given a sneak peak into some exciting new tourism developments that are due to launch within the next year.

These include the first ever Bluey’s World which is due to open in Brisbane in November 2024. 

Inspired by much-loved Bluey children’s show, Bluey’s World will feature life-size sets and interactive guided experiences.

Also opening in Brisbane is Vertigo, Brisbane’s first Vertical restaurant. A dining experience four stories above the ground overhanging Brisbane Powerhouse’s industrial façade. 

Combining high adventure with fine dining, guests are escorted to the rooftop, where they don safety harnesses and climb out to their seats to experience sky-high city views and a 17 metre drop beneath their feet.

Designed with families in mind, The Sundays on Hamilton Island is due to open in 2025. The boutique property will offer 59 guestrooms each with Coral Sea views, It is accessible by boat transfers from the Queensland mainland. 

Georgia Linton, Tourism & Events Queensland, said: “Queensland is home to four of the top 10 places to visit in Australia. 

“The tourism industry has bounced back following cyclone Jasper back in December, [which caused flooding and  power outages in north Queensland] and we are ready to welcome visitors with some exciting new developments.” 

Brisbane will host ATE in 2025.

teq.queensland.com

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