SIRROMET Winery and Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary are on the itinerary for 4000 staff from two Chinese businesses who are being rewarded with a trip to Brisbane.
Liaoning Yiyontang Bio-technology will bring 1500 staff to Brisbane this month while Guangzhou Jiadai Biotechnology will bring 2500 staff in October.
Sirromet Winery is on the list of key attractions the groups can explore during their stay.
Brisbane deputy mayor Krista Adams said the two businesses represented the largest incentive-based business events to ever come to Brisbane.
"Securing these groups demonstrates the collaboration between all levels of government and industry to raise Brisbane's profile as a destination for employee reward trips," Cr Adams said.
"China is Brisbane's largest international visitor market and a major focus as we continue to attract more incentive-based business events to experience our enviable outdoor climate, new hotels and attractions, natural environment, local culture and welcoming people."
Brisbane has recently been announced as the destination for Flight Centre's Global Gathering next year.
"We expect to see more international businesses choose Brisbane for employee reward trips as our tourism industry grows and more airline routes are secured from key international markets," Cr Adams said.
Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham said the two events would inject more than $10 million into the local economy.
"The knock-on effects of securing incentive trips of this nature will be felt for years to come, with business events travellers known to be more likely to extend their visit to regional areas and return for a holiday in the future," Mr Birmingham said.
Tourism Industry Development Minister Kate Jones said Queensland was a natural choice for businesses looking for a destination to reward their employees.
"Queensland is an incredible and diverse destination that offers a variety of experiences for visitors to see, do and taste the very best of our state," Ms Jones said.
"Hosting these business travellers begins a domino effect of businesses turning their attention towards Queensland and solidifying the state as the best destination in Australia for inventive travel.
"Delegates to Brisbane will take delight in exploring our buzzing riverside capital, wedged between the ocean and rugged national parks, providing a close connection with nature, our famous laid-back Queensland attitude and world-class dining experiences."
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