QTIC is the peak industry body for tourism in Queensland. A private sector, membership-based organisation, QTIC represents the interests of the tourism and hospitality industry across the state. QTIC’s primary objective is to achieve the best outcomes from Queensland’s tourism potential.
A strong voice for tourism can support a strong tourism industry. In turn, a strong tourism industry drives sustainable business and product development, stimulates business attraction and investment, develops workforce skills and training and supports tourism jobs and business.
Go to www.qtic.com.au to find out how your business can benefit from QTIC membership.
The Bed & Breakfast and Farmstay Queensland committee is a sub-committee under the QTIC Board responsible for enhancing representation within this sector and identifying opportunities for the growth of the sector. Bed and Breakfast and Farmstay Queensland (BBFQ) is made up of seven BNB and Farmstay operators working hard on behalf of our BNB and Farmstay Members.
Members of the QTIC sub-committee, representing a cross-section of Queensland's bed and breakfast and farmstay sector, provide a valuable service to the tourism industry by collaborating with QTIC to highlight important policies, legislative issues or other industry concerns impacting on B&B businesses throughout the state.
Bed and Breakfast and farmstay members are automatically inducted at BBFQ and get access to listing on the BBFQ website as well as access to our exclusive BNB & farmstay chat forum. This online forum is for BBFQ members only.
If you would like to be a part of the network and to be listed on the website, please contact Katie Driml in regards to membership at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07 3236 1445.
Current BBFQ Committee Members:
- Sue Panuccio
- Bec Hudson
- Thomas Jones
- Garth Ovenden
- Hope Rust
- Phil Greenbury