Providing Professional and NAATI Certified Translations for the City of Brisbane and Throughout Queensland
The third most populous city in Australia, and one of the oldest cities in Australia, Brisbane was founded upon the traditional lands of the Turrbal people who named the area Meanjin. A diverse city with 32.2% of its metropolitan population being foreign born, Brisbane is classified as a global city and ranks highly in ratings of liveable cities.
Some of the largest companies headquartered in Brisbane, all among Australia's largest, include Suncorp Group, Virgin Australia, Flight Centre, CUA Financial Services, TechnologyOne, New Hope Coal, Collins Foods and Boeing Australia. Most major Australian companies, as well as numerous international companies, have contact offices in Brisbane. Additionally, Brisbane is a popular tourist destination both in its own right and as a gateway to other areas of Queensland, such as The Gold Coast, The Sunshine Coast, The Great Barrier Reef, The Daintree, and numerous other destinations. Tourism and hospitality are, thus, important parts of Queensland’s economy. Translation House takes great pride in the fact that we have been a “go-to” provider of professionally typeset health, tourism, hospitality, and real estate brochures in many languages.
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Categorised as a global city, Brisbane is among Asia-Pacific cities with largest GDPs and is one of the major business hubs in Australia, with export strengths in mining, banking, insurance, transportation, information technology, financial services, higher education and public sector administration. Such diverse industrial focus gives rise to the need for professional and NAATI accredited translation services in Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, Arabic, Vietnamese, French, and many other languages. Translation House is recognised as one of the premier providers of translation services and language solutions across Australia and is proud to service the translation needs of this great city, Brisbane, and of the state of Queensland.