Tourist Queensland which was started for EXPO in 1988, is an affordable way to give your business or event a much bigger slice of the tourist market.
Reach visitors as they travel around our state.
This Tourist Queensland is packed with informative editorial content on cities, attractions, events and destinations. There will be a roundup of areas which were devastated by Cyclone Debbie and are now open for business.
There will be a special supplement Miners Express which will have our regular features including Fishing with John Fox, Tom’s Backyard with Tom Wyatt, Education Choices, Weddings of 2017 and lots more.
Where do you get it?
Home delivered into these country towns: Kingaroy, Emerald, Barcaldine, Collinsville. FIFO camps in Moranbah, Emerald, Blackwater, Nebo, Capella, Coppabella,Middlemount, Newsagents in Clermont, Blackwater and Tieri. CFMEU offices in Dysart,Blackwater and Tieri. Pickup points in Sunshine Coast, Hervey Bay, Rockhampton and Whitsunday. (Some towns may be changed.)
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The Bundy Local Book is in the pipeline and will be home delivered in June. This mid year edition has these Special Features.
Sweet potatoes are the most versatile vegetable consumed in Australia today. They can be used in soups, salad, stir-fries, roasts, on the BBQ and in deserts. At Windhum Farms near the Hummock in Bundaberg the Zunker family grow sweet potatoes, potatoes and pumpkins.
Its 150 years since Bundaberg was settled and this year the city celebrates its 150th Birthday. A special Birthday feature.
The Welcome Mat - where we welcome new arrivals to our area and give them some tips and advice to make them fell at home.
Education Choices A roundup of Bundaberg primary and secondary schools and colleges and also our Child Care Centres.
Bundaberg builder Jeff Lennox has some good news for brides to be- he’s building a fabulous Wedding Reception Centre at Branyan.
Bookings are now open for the Bundy Local Book
The Miners Express covers our mining towns.
Bookings are now open Ask us for details!
See the November 2016 edition of Tourist Queensland and Miners Express