We have a network of brochure display stands in over 250 hotels, visitor information centres, caravan parks, tour desks and key points of interest across the Far North Queensland Region including Cairns, Beaches, Southside, Port Douglas, Tablelands, Tully, Cape Tribulation and the Daintree and more.
iTourism provides a consistent presence of your brochures in positions of high foot traffic to reach your target market. Printed brochures are perfect for locals and last-minute travellers who are searching for experiences while in the destination.
Complimentary board installs
Print distribution & delivery
On-going and regular maintenance
Meet The Team
We are proud to be locally family owned and operated
Husband and wife duo Jake and Steph Kennelly are the management team behind iTourism. As a proud local family, they love being part of this beautiful tropical community. Over the past year, they welcomed their son, Luca, into the world and are thrilled. As Steph works part-time on maternity leave, Jake is your best day-to-day contact for anything management & accounts related.
Our experienced iTourism team have been with us for over 5 years, having developed strong relationships with our hosts who see us as an independent voice. We replenish brochures on a regularly scheduled basis to ensure the maximum exposure of your products.
Jake & Steph Kennelly
Dom is one of our experienced iTourism team who has been with iTourism for over 5 years.
Dom services both Cairns, Port Douglas and surrounds.
Prem is one of our experienced iTourism team who has been with iTourism for over 5 years.
Prem services Cairns, Tablelands, Greenway.
Chris is one of our experienced iTourism team who has been with iTourism for over 5 years.
Chris services the Cairns region.
Our Network covers 300+ sites
Do you have a network of staff or guests who need to stay up to date and informed? With our intelligent display systems, we can provide you with effective static, animated, interactive and video advertising.
Showcase your tours on our
foyer displays across
Far North Queensland.