First Nations Tourism

Enablers for First Nations Tourism

Our Country Advisory Service
The Our Country Advisory Service provides targeted support, advice, toolkits and voice to emerging and established Indigenous tourism operators, sectoral aligned businesses, and community owned organisations.
Queensland First Nations Tourism Council (QFNTC)
The Queensland First Nations Tourism Council (QFNTC) is the newly formed independent Peak Industry Body for First Nations Tourism in the State of Queensland. The QFNTC is a not-for-profit association that has been formed as a result of a major initiative of the Queensland First Nations Tourism Plan 2020-2025 undertaken in the Queensland Year of Indigenous Tourism that has been delivered through the Indigenous Working Group of the Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC) and funded by the Queensland Government.
Independent Indigenous Tourism Operating Queensland (IITOQ)
IITOQ is the creation of 8 Indigenous Tourism Businesses that came together in 2019 to begin discussions about the need to establish a network of Indigenous operators and businesses across Queensland seeking to work together as a cooperative member-based organization.
One Business
Are you an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and ready to take the next step in your business? The Advance Queensland One Business program is designed and delivered by Indigenous experts through TAFE Queensland to support you and the growth of your business.
Department of Small Business and Training (DESBT)
Information, support, and tools. Resources to help businesses save time and money, and to comply, compete, grow, and employ.
Many Rivers
Many Rivers helps people to start and grow their own small business. There’s no cost to get our support thanks to our generous partners, and we need to make sure we’re supporting people that need our help the most.
Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ)
Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) is a statutory body of the Queensland Government and the state's lead marketing, tourism experience and destination development and major events agency. Working across government and in partnership with regional tourism organisations, industry, and commercial stakeholders, we aim to build Queensland's tourism and events industry to foster innovation, drive industry growth and boost visitor expenditure. TEQ reports to the Honourable Stirling Hinchliffe MP, Minister for Tourism, Innovation and Sport and Minister Assisting the Premier on Olympics and Paralympics Sport and Engagement.
National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA)
We work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to grow the demand for Indigenous businesses, products, and services. We continue to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander entrepreneurs and communities to take advantage of commercial opportunities to start and expand businesses, including through leveraging land assets and cultural knowledge.
MBRIT is Moreton Bay’s official local tourism organisation (LTO), responsible for promoting and growing the Moreton Bay Region as an attractive and desirable visitor destination.

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