Latest News

Back to Latest News back

 

Reopening Queensland tourism operators set to face staff shortages

Reopening Queensland tourism operators set to face staff shortages
September 16, 2021

Related Articles

14th September 2021 - Sunshine Coast tourism operators encourage Queenslanders to visit the region during school holidays

14th September 2021 - Family launches multi-million-dollar lawsuit following 2019 Daintree zip line fatality

10th September 2021 - VenuesLive steps up recruitment drive for Optus Stadium hospitality staff

8th September 2021 - Gold Coast tourism sees 20% drop in jobs as a result of Coronavirus

7th September 2021 - Resort owner Dr Jerry Schwartz mandates hotel staff vaccination

2nd September 2021 - New round of financial assistance now available for Queensland marine tourism operators

23rd August 2021 - Tropical North Queensland tourism job losses to escalate by Christmas

20th August 2021 - Plans move forward for rectangular stadia in Cairns and Rockhampton

19th August 2021 - CrocArena’s crocodiles arrive at Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas

18th August 2021 - QTIC announces partnership with Local Tickets

9th August 2021 - New platform to assist tourism operators avoid COVID-19 cancellations

2nd August 2021 - QTIC flags further impact of new South East Queensland lockdown on tourism

20th July 2021 - Experience Co commences building of Great Barrier Reef pontoon

12th July 2021 - University of Queensland campus upgrade to include Schonell Theatre redevelopment

8th July 2021 - Talaroo Hot Springs attraction opens in Outback Queensland

8th July 2021 - University of Queensland study shows COVID denied Queenslanders millions of holidays

5th July 2021 - Cairns-based Tropic Wings names new senior management team

4th June 2021 - Staff shortages set to impact opening of Luna Park Sydney’s new rides

23rd May 2021 - Death of Bill Samson, tour leader on four continents

18th May 2021 - Royal Life Saving highlights lifeguard and swim teacher shortage as providing opportunities for job seekers

20th May 2021 - Queensland campaign aims to fill vacant regional tourism jobs

3rd May 2021 - New roadmap launched to drive dinosaur tourism in outback Queensland

1st April 2021 - Tourism bodies cite thousands of lost jobs following end of JobKeeper

22nd February 2021 - 17 marine tourism operators funded to monitor health of Great Barrier Reef

20th February 2021 - Asset sales reduce Experience Co’s half-yearly losses as tourism operator

14th January 2021 - QTIC to survey operators on insurance crisis

7th January 2021 - Cairns’ Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park to close as COVID-19 hits tourism business

26th February 2021 - $40 million funding support announced for Indigenous Tourism

28th January 2021 - Hundreds of jobs promoted at Queensland Country Bank Stadium

23rd December 2020 - ABS figures show part-time tourism jobs exceeding full-time positions for first time

4th December 2020 - Sunshine Coast partnerships promote new JOBS NOW campaign for tourism and hospitality sector

27th November 2020 - Village Roadshow leads Queensland tourism operators in advertising summer positions

23rd October 2020 - Coromandel businesses concerned about staff shortages through summer

31st August 2020 - $11.3 million funding boost announced for Far North Queensland tourism

13th August 2020 - Indigenous tourism hit hard by Coronavirus crisis

20th February 2020 - Report shows chronic skills shortage in the events industry

13th February 2020 - Indigenous tourism in Cairns to receive new funding

11th November 2019 - Queensland Government announces 2020 as the Year of Indigenous Tourism

9th September 2019 - University of Queensland research shows federal law failure in preventing habitat destruction

16th May 2019 - University of Queensland predicts climate change could cause the extinction of 26 species

16th November 2015 - Works begins on new North Queensland tourism drawcard


Support our industry news service
We hope that you value the news that we publish so while you're here can we ask for your support?

As an independent publisher, we need reader support for our industry news gathering so ask that - if you don't already do so - you back us by subscribing to the printed Australasian Leisure Management magazine and/or our online news.

Click here to view our subscription options.

 

supplier directory

The Complete Guide to Leisure Industry Products & Services.

See the directory see all

Yellowbox Lockers

Yellowbox is an Australian technology company that has developed smart locker technology operated through an app with a focus on experience for users and facility managers. Found at Beaches, Aquatic…

read more

Aquatics / Attractions / Entertainment / Retail / Security

 
 

AUSTRALIAN WATERSLIDES AND LEISURE

A leading designer and manufacturer of innovative waterslides and attractions, Australian Waterslides and Leisure (AWL) is also able to advise clients in the areas of concept and design, feasibility…

read more

Aquatics / Attractions / Play / Waterparks

 
 

Clubware

Clubware’s online gym software is not your run of the mill management system. It has been carefully designed to incorporate all the elements that a fitness club would need. How did we do that?…

read more

Access / Billing / Fitness / Recreation

 
 

PaySmart

Headquartered in Brisbane with an Australia-wide network of satellite offices, PaySmart is one of Australia’s largest and longest-standing direct debit billing companies. In 1996 we began…

read more

Access / Billing / Fitness / Technology

 
 

PlayRope

Playrope Aqua-Fun, are the Australian & New Zealand exclusive distributors for Vortex Aquatic Structures International, the world leader in aquatic playgrounds and urban water landscapes.…

read more

Aquatics / Attractions / Parks / Play / Recreation

 
 

APT Asia Pacific Pty Ltd

APT (Advanced Polymer Technology) is the leading global manufacturer of polyurethane-based materials, acrylic coatings and synthetic turf products for sporting and recreational applications. From…

read more

Environment / Sport / Surfaces / Technology

 
 

AIS Water

AIS Water, the trading name of Australian Innovative Systems, is a multi-award winning, Australian owned leader in the design, production and supply of commercial and residential chlorine generators…

read more

Aquatics / Safety / Technology

 
 

Fluidra Commercial

  Fluidra Commercial Australia develops innovative, highly technical and sustainable solutions designed to create unique aquatic facilities for the 'Commercial Pool' category. Public…

read more

Aquatics / Environment / Sport / Technology / Waterparks

 
 
 
 

get listed with our suppliers directory

Get your business noticed in our targeted directory. Viewed by 10,000 industry professionals per week!

list your business