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Mice Net : October 2008
tropical north queensland queensland tempting tropical north you don’t have to traveL o.s. for memorable meetings. Reef. As well as a host of natural attractions, this region is abundant in high-quality accommodation and conference venues. The tropical north has many facets well-suited to the corporate meetings and incentive travel market. Its main centre is Cairns which is home to an award-winning convention centre with all the infrastructure required to host large-scale events. Further afield is Palm Cove, with the so-called “spa capital” offering everything you W hy fly to Asia when we have our own tropical paradise in Australia? Pure white sandy beaches, dense tropical rainforest and of course who can forget the Great Barrier need to luxuriate and host spectacular beachside events. North to Port Douglas is another business events gem that is abundant in high quality five-star accommodation, leaving planners spoilt for choice. And, if you really want to get off the beaten track, make sure to visit Cape Tribulation which offers unspoilt beaches in a rainforest location. For more information go to www.cairnsconventionbureau.com. Daintree National Park, Daintree, Tropical North Queensland. Photo courtesy of Darren Jew. Tourism Queensland. mice.net 73