Frank Moore (tourism advocate)
He first had a career in property valuation and radio broadcasting. In 1978 he was appointed to head the Queensland Government inquiry that led to the establishment of the Queensland Tourist and Travel Corporation (now Tourism and Events Queensland). He was chair of the Corporation 1978-90, during which time he spearheaded the creation of international airports in Townsville and Cairns.
He was chair of the Australian Tourism Industry Association 1984-96, and also chair of the Australian Tourism Research Institute. He was instrumental in creating the team and the application for Queensland's successful nomination to host World Expo 88 in Brisbane.
Moore oversaw the development of the Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism and was chair of the Centre 1997-2007. He has also served as chair of the Federal Government's Tourism Forecasting Council, Nature Resorts Limited, Advent Tourism Fund Management Ltd and Great Southern Railway. He was a founding director of Jupiters Limited, a Director of Gold Coast Airport Corporation and a member of the World Travel and Tourism Council.
- "Sir Frank's Big Surprise", City Beat, Courier-Mail, 1 December 2010. Retrieved 25 June 2017
- "Family, friends help mark 100th birthday", The Chronicle, Our Town, 4 June 2011. Retrieved 25 June 2017
- University of Queensland, Citation. Retrieved 25 June 2017
- John Wilkinson, "Tourism in NSW: Prospects for the Current Decade", NSW Parliamentary Library Research Service, Briefing Paper No. 8/06. Retrieved 25 June 2017
- It's an Honour: Knight Bachelor. Retrieved 25 June 2017
- It's an Honour: Centenary Medal. Retriever 25 June 2017