TROPICAL NORTH QUEENSLAND
Tropical North Queensland (TNQ) offers the Great Barrier Reef and tropical rainforest experiences, combining adventure and relaxation within some of the greatest environmental wonders of the world.
The TNQ region is a large area that extends from Mission Beach/Tully in the south to the northern (Cape York) and western (Gulf Savannah) extremes of Queensland. The region includes the key tourism icons of Cairns, Cairns beaches, Palm Cove, Port Douglas, Kuranda, Cairns Highlands, the resort islands of the Great Barrier Reef from Dunk to Lizard, Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest, Cape York Peninsula, Torres Strait, Gulf of Carpentaria, Gulf Savannah, Mission Beach and Great Green Way.
Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ) is the Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO) which is responsible for implementing marketing strategies to promote Tropical North Queensland as a travel destination.
Tourism Queensland and Stakeholder plans & strategies guiding the development and promotion of TNQ More on Plans & Strategies>
This section provides valuable information about the TNQ brand, marketing campaigns and activities and opportunities to use branding elements and participate in cooperative advertising. More on Marketing>
Access the latest visitor data and other research for Tropical North Queensland. More on Research>
Find your TNQ team contacts for development, marketing, media and publicity here. More on Meet the Team>
A list of key tourism partners in TNQ that play an important role in industry coordination. More on Useful Contacts>