Data study unveils the strength of central western Qld tourism

JM
Updated August 18 2021 - 1:23pm, first published August 17 2021 - 12:00pm
Outback tourism operators are preparing to be bigger and better when international borders open. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland.
Outback tourism operators are preparing to be bigger and better when international borders open. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland.

A detailed investigation into the tourism industry has found central-western Queensland's tourism sector is up to 30 percent stronger than previously believed, with operators saying it's the perfect time to invest in the industry.

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JM

A reporter based in Brisbane, covering rural and regional issues. Contact James on 0428 311 177

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