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Tourism vouchers for Brisbane, Whitsundays to save holidaymakers hundreds

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“Brisbane is a vibrant, modern city that has undergone a significant transformation in recent years with a heap of new hotels, attractions and vibrant precincts added that have changed the face of our city.”

Cr Schrinner urged Queenslanders to explore Brisbane.

“Whether it be walking the plank atop the Story Bridge, cruising the Brisbane River or venturing out on the beautiful Moreton Bay, this is your chance to experience our city in a way you may not have done before,” he said.

Tourism Minister Stirling Hinchcliffe said Brisbane and the Whitsundays continued to be
impacted by international border closures.

“While our tourism industry has generally, on the domestic side, bounced back pretty well, international border closures…



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