Queensland considers introducing TOURIST TAX as the state struggles to bounce back from Covid


How your holiday might become a lot more expensive: Queensland considers introducing a TOURIST TAX as the state struggles to bounce back from Covid lockdowns

  • Queensland looking to introduce tourist tax to boost the state’s economy
  • Government believe levy could be worth $44billion per year by 2032 
  • Fee would be similar to tax charged in Greece, Croatia, Italy and France 



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