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Ms. Jan Jarratt

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Tourism Minister

Email: j***@***.org

Employment History

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  • Diploma of Teaching
    Central Queensland University
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Mr Costigan is in his first ..., 7 Nov 2013 [cached]
Mr Costigan is in his first term after defeating Labor's Jan Jarratt at the state election in March last year.
NINETY minutes after counting started on ..., 5 Nov 2013 [cached]
NINETY minutes after counting started on Saturday night, Jan Jarratt congratulated Jason Costigan on winning the seat of Whitsunday.
JASON Costigan is standing as LNP candidate for the State seat of Whitsunday, currently held by Labor's Jan Jarratt.
PREMIER Anna Bligh and Tourism Minister Jan Jarratt have announced a $50 million plan to reboot Queensland Tourism for the Asian Pacific Century.
A MICROCOSM of Queensland itself: that's how Jan Jarratt describes the seat of Whitsunday, a seat she has held since 2001.
Jarratt’s cheap holidays too good to be true |, 20 June 2011 [cached]
LABOR's Tourism Minister Jan Jarratt had seriously misled Queenslanders looking to holiday at home and risked damaging an industry already on its knees, the LNP said today.
"Jan Jarratt has exposed her total lack of understanding of our tourism industry by spruiking fake room rates for Cairns, the Gold Coast and elsewhere," Ms Stuckey said.
The Honourable Jan Jarratt
Tourism, Manufacturing and Small Business Minister Jan Jarratt said savvy Queenslanders will holiday at home this winter, with tourism operators are offering a range of sensational savings and incentives on holiday packages. "Do your research because you'll find Queensland tourism operators are smashing the prices of comparative deals in the Pacific and South East Asia," Ms Jarratt said. "There's a perception that heading overseas to the Pacific and South East Asia can be cheaper than a holiday at home but when you factor in flights, travel time, the costs of eating out and activities, Queensland has some seriously competitive, high-quality, value-for-money deals," she said. "For instance a four-night holiday including airfares from Brisbane to a three-and-a-half star resort in the South Pacific will set you back upwards of $859 per person, twin share. "You also lose around a day in travel time each way getting to and from airports and passing through immigration and customs. "Whereas a four-night holiday on Queensland's Magnetic Island at a four-and-a-half star resort can have you relaxing by the pool by lunchtime - and it will cost around $545 per person, twin share including flights from Brisbane. "Additionally the same couple from Brisbane could drive to the Gold Coast and grab four nights at a four-star resort from $179 per person." Ms Jarratt said taking a Queensland holiday will also show our tourism industry that Australians are supporting the State to get back on its feet after recent extreme weather events. "Our focus is on regaining visitors' confidence in Queensland as Australia's favourite destination for holidays, events and business travel," she said. "Queensland's tourism industry is resilient, resourceful and despite dealing with floods and cyclones earlier in the year, operators have rallied together to present a united front of great value deals to lure people back here. "Nowhere else offers such fantastic flexibility for families who can tailor their holiday, choosing from hotels or self-catering apartments." Queensland holidays are on sale throughout the State, with tourism operators from the north to the south offering added incentives such as "stay four nights, pay for three" or "kids stay and eat free" options. "I urge Aussies to take advantage of what we've got in our own backyard and migrate to Queensland's shores this winter," Ms Jarratt said. For more information on Queensland's shining holiday deals, visit
Tags: Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, Minister for Tourism, Queensland Government, Tourism Queensland
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13 January 2012 BLIGH Labor and its Tourism Minister Jan Jarratt were desperately attempting to buck-pass responsibility for their years of neglect of Queensland's tourism sector by crying poor to the Federal government. LNP Shadow Tourism Minister Jann Stuckey said Queensland tourism rightfully deserved Federal support, but responsibility for neglect, lack of leadership and hostile [...]
Tags: Bligh Government, Federal government, funding, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, Queensland, tourism
20 December 2011 LABOR'S $7 million Whitsunday airport upgrade announcement today was a pathetic attempt by Jan Jarratt to hoodwink locals, the LNP said today. LNP Shadow Minister for Tourism, Manufacturing and Small Business Jann Stuckey said today's announcement was nothing more than an expensive con job to cover-up Labor's broken election promise to the [...]
Tags: 2009 election, Bligh Government, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, LNP, tourism, Whitsunday Airport
Tags: Bligh Government, Bundaberg, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, Labor, LNP, Queensland, tourism, Tourism Strategy
Tags: Bligh Government, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, LNP, Queensland, tourism, Tourism Strategy
Tags: Bligh Government, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, LNP, tourism, Tourism Strategy
Tags: Bligh Government, business confidence, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, MYOB, red tape, regulation, small business
LNP Shadow Minister for Tourism, Manufacturing and Small Business Jann Stuckey questioned Labor's Small Business Minister Jan Jarratt why she allowed the river cruise business to sink. "Why has the Minister allowed red tape and regulation to drive Brisbane's iconic [...]
Tags: Bligh Government, Business Commissioner, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, red tape, small business
Tags: Business Commissioner, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, Queensland Government, red tape, regulation, small business
"Minister Jan Jarratt is going to have to do better [...]
Tags: Bligh Government, Discussion Paper, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, tourism, Tourism Action Plan
Tags: Business Commissioner, Jan Jarratt, Jann Stuckey, Queensland Government, red tape, small business
"Labor's local Member ..., 29 Oct 2004 [cached]
"Labor's local Member Jan Jarratt has angered local residents on this important issue by her lazy attitude that the government always knows best.
"The government line is a roundabout will not be able to cater for the expected volume of traffic and will fail within eight to ten years.
"We don't accept that and suggest they have a look at how roundabouts operate and cope with large traffic flows elsewhere …take the Toowong roundabout at the junction of the Centenary Highway and Milton Road in Brisbane …it copes with huge volumes of traffic."
Mr Springborg said Jan Jarratt and the Beattie Government were railroading the Whitsunday Shire Council into accepting their decision by demanding that Council accept responsibility for the costs of any future upgrading if the Whitsunday Council persisted in upholding their stated policy of "No Traffic Lights in Whitsunday" and installed a roundabout.
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