Webinars (web-based seminars) are an ideal way for you to improve your business skills without leaving your desk. A webinar is a presentation, workshop or seminar that is broadcast over the internet.
The Queensland Government is running a series of 1 hour webinars for 2012-2013, covering a range of business topics. This guide details the webinars we offer, how you can register, and how you can view recordings of previous webinars.
webinars subjects are....
Introduction to social media
Using Facebook for your business
Advanced Facebook strategies for your business
Search engine optimisation the online visibility of your website
Local search marketing
Managing your online reputation
1, 2, Free - Senior and pensioner concession travel. Seniors Card +go, Senior or Pensioner go cardholders who make 2 go card journeys in one day travel for free for the rest of the day - go frequently then go free.
A go card is 30% cheaper than the cost of a single paper ticket. There are many ways a go card will save you money. Understanding the discounts available to you for travel on public transport will help you to maximise your savings.
Public transport is a convenient and cost effective way to travel around South East Queensland.
Parliamentary attendants conduct a variety of tours from Monday to Friday each week that are designed to suit the general public, special interest groups and school groups.
The maximum tour group size is 30 persons and the tour takes approximately 30 minutes.
All visitors for tours should enter the parliamentary precinct via the Parliamentary Annexe Building, located on Alice Street (opposite William Street). Tours commence from the visitor information area which is located on the ground floor of the Annexe Building.
During the tour you will visit and view the Legislative Assembly (Green Chamber), the Legislative Council (Red Chamber), the Members' Reading Room, the honour boards, the Queen Victoria leadlight window, the grand staircase, the Mace, Wind Yarn (the Parliament’s didgeridoo), and Speaker and Sergeant-at-Arms costumed mannequins.
The Queensland Government Solar Bonus Scheme (the Scheme) pays eligible customers for the surplus electricity generated from solar photovoltaic (PV) panel systems, which is exported to the Queensland electricity grid.
From 10 July 2012 the Queensland Solar Bonus Scheme feed-in tariff will change from 44 cents per kilowatt hour to 8 cents per kilowatt hour. Existing Scheme customers will continue to receive 44 cents per kilowatt hour for energy exported to the electricity grid provided they maintain their eligibility for the Scheme.
Prospective customers wishing to access the 44 cent feed-in tariff rate have until midnight on 9 July 2012 to lodge an application with their electricity distributor. The distributor will consider all applications against Scheme eligibility criteria and their technical, safety and quality requirements.
The 8 cent tariff will begin on 10 July 2012 and be reviewed by 1 July 2013. It is scheduled to end on 1 July 2014.
This Queensland application allows you to search for great tourism operators whether you’re on holidays in Queensland or planning one.
On the Map and Travel page, you can search for accommodation, events, tours and more by typing in the product name you are looking for or by tapping the symbols along the bottom of the map to see all the holiday options wherever you are (or planning to be) in Queensland!
The Queensland Top 10 pages are regularly updated with the most viewed accommodation, attractions and things to see and do in Queensland.
- Category: Travel
- This app is designed for iPhone and iPad.
- Queensland Tourism
iPhone Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad.
Requires iOS 5.1 or later.