Queensland back in business following cyclone

Guest Writer

Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ) has said that the state is “well and truly open for business”, following the state’s worst storm in a century. Tropical Cyclone Yasi crossed the Queensland coast early on Friday, causing minimal damage to resorts and towns. Cairns International Airport is fully operational and accommodation in Cairns, Palm Cove, Port Douglas, Cairns Tablelands, Daintree and Cape Tribulation are open and operating as normal. However, the resort area of Mission Beach on the Cassowary Coast will take time to recover. “We want to make it clear that you can continue to book and send clients to the Cairns & Great Barrier Reef region within Tropical North Queensland,” said Rob Giason, CEO of TTNQ. “Most day tour operations and attractions are back to normal from Saturday 5 February and all local roads and transport links are operating as normal.”

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