As one of Australia’s fastest-growing capital cities, Brisbane has unstoppable momentum and is embracing opportunity.
Brisbane is rapidly evolving, undergoing major transformation and revival, from precincts, to public transport, to infrastructure and new asset development, with a $14 billion infrastructure pipeline and $239 billion economy anticipated by 2041. Brisbane’s liveability, affordability, accessibility, and ease, coupled with friendly and welcoming locals, make our city a unique global destination to visit, live, work and invest.
Brisbane Business Hub has been developed to help the local business community recover from the economic impact of COVID-19. Visit us in-person at Level 2, 155 Queen Street, Brisbane or visit us online.
Brisbane Economic Development Agency invites you to browse the Brisbane Content Toolkit to discover a library of free, high-quality destination content, practical tools and educational materials.
Plan your next event with the Brisbane Event Planner where you can search for detailed listings of venues, accommodation and event services.
Brisbane A-listers and business leaders have backed a new weapon to sell the city on a global stage in a bid to attract multi-million-dollar investment, business opportunities and major events for the future. The Brisbane Brief has been developed by Brisbane Economic Development Agency (BEDA), in consultation with over 150 local industry leaders, highlighting the city’s unique strengths, to support local businesses, industry and global partners on international trade missions and investment pitches.
A new, free training program designed to help Brisbane region tourism businesses attract new customers and improve bookings is now available online.
The 2022 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards is now officially open. Launched at City Hall with Deputy Mayor Councillor Krista Adams, 2021 winner Leap In! Chief Executive Officer Andrew Kiel and awards judge Accenture Australia Managing Director Brock Mahoney speaking about the opportunity the opportunities that the Awards offer.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has called on Brisbane’s business community to submit their nomination for this year’s prestigious Lord Mayor’s Business Awards.
Brisbane’s biggest-ever contingent of 18 tourism operators is heading to the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) Live event in Sydney this week to represent Team Brisbane.
Visitors are invited to meet the locals, unearth fascinating stories and immerse themselves in authentic arts, cultural and eco-tourism experiences as we launch eight new Minjerribah SeaLink Day Passes.
Brisbane has been named host of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA)’s 2022 Festival of Landscape Architecture, recognising the city’s commitment to environmentally sustainable practices and development.
A new campaign showcasing Brisbane’s “Summer Always” climate and diverse array of destinations has launched to attract tourists to the Queensland capital. Unveiling the new-look campaign highlighting the city’s outdoor lifestyle and rich mix of experiences, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said he was confident Brisbane will emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic as Australia’s latest must-do destination.