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Tropical Dollars: TTNQ stimulates tourism with $100 off 100s of tours in Queensland’s north

Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ) is showering Tropical Dollars in a new campaign to entice travellers to visit Queensland’s north after Tropical Cyclone Jasper hit the region hard earlier this year due to flooding and infrastructure closures.

Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ) is showering Tropical Dollars in a new campaign to entice travellers to visit Queensland’s north after Tropical Cyclone Jasper hit the region hard earlier this year due to flooding and infrastructure closures.

The Tropical Dollars campaign offers $100 off hundreds of tours booked through Experience Oz, including Great Barrier Reef trips, scenic helicopter flights and guided rainforest walks, with a minimum spend of $200.

The offer is available for bookings through to 21 June 2024, with no blackout periods, and can be redeemed when booking through Experience Oz with the code ‘TNQ100’.

Jointly funded by federal and state governments in partnership with Experience Oz, the incentive aims to boost visitation and support the TNQ tourism industry after ex-Cyclone Jasper.

It follows similar successful programs such as the sold-out  GC Summer FUNds voucher campaign and TEQ Unmissable Deals offer to aid the recovery of the state’s experience economy.

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Hartleys Crocodile Adventures. Image: TTNQ

With deals and experiences available from Cairns and Port Douglas, TTNQ CEO Mark Olsen said: “This is a great opportunity to pack more activities into your holiday.”

“Our operators are ready to welcome visitors and there is plenty of availability for a range of accommodation styles from luxury hotels and resorts to family-friendly apartments.

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Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. Image: TTNQ

“If you’ve never glided over the rainforest in a gondola or tried the adventure of whitewater rafting, now is the time to do it.

“Tropical North Queensland’s waterfalls are flowing and the world’s oldest rainforest is refreshed from the summer rains.”

Daintree National Park recently reopened for day trips after closure due to flooding along major roads in late January.

Find out more at tropicaldollars.experienceoz.com.au