Voucher boost for suffering tourist mecca

Original article by Michael McKenna
The Australian – Page: Online : 8-Mar-21

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a scheme that will see Queenslanders given a $200 voucher to spend on holidays in Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef. The voucher scheme will cover travel from 15 March to 25 June, with 15,000 vouchers available from 8 to 11 March. In announcing the scheme, Palaszczuk repeated her call for the federal government to extend its JobKeeper program for industries such as tourism beyond its scheduled end of 28 March, while Queensland Tourism Industry Council CEO Daniel Gschwin said other parts of Queensland would also benefit from a voucher scheme.

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QUEENSLAND. DEPT OF THE PREMIER AND CABINET, QUEENSLAND TOURISM INDUSTRY COUNCIL LIMITED

China Capital realises Daydream

Original article by Matthew Cranston
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 38 : 17-Feb-15

China Capital Investment Group has paid around $A30m for Daydream Island in Queensland. The Chinese company intends to expand and upgrade the resort, which was previously owned by businessman Vaughan Bullivant. The deal represents China Capital Investment Group’s first foray into the Australian market, although other Chinese groups have been active in the tourism sector

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DAYDREAM ISLAND PTY LTD, CHINA CAPITAL INVESTMENT GROUP, LINDEMAN ISLAND PTY LTD, WHITE HORSE, CAPRICORN TOURISM, CHINA-AUSTRALIA ENTREPRENEURS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED, AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY