The new-look Queensland team, minus five regular starting players with the Australian squad in the United Arab Emirates, was no match for the Tigers which exacted a sweeping victory off the back of disciplined batting in the first innings and some pinpoint bowling in both innings.
Tasmanian paceman Jackson Bird was the he man of the match after rocking the home side with a first-innings haul of 5-35 from 19 overs then backing it up with figures of 5-42 as the Bulls were humbled for just 93 this morning.
The 31-year-old quick grabbed five of six wickets to fall as the defending Shield champions crashed to 6-58 in their second innings, essentially ruining any hope they had of salvaging a draw or snatching an improbable victory.
Bird removed Sam Heazlett, Charlie Hemphrey, Nathan McSweeney and Jack Wildermuth early on day four at the Gabba, having earlier bowled opener Sam Truloff for a third-ball duck in the opening over of the innings.
Seamer Gabe Bell, whose season had come to an end at the Gabba last season when he broke his foot, completed the ideal comeback to take a career best 4-17 as he relished the bowler-friendly conditions.
There were few excuses from Bulls captain Jimmy Peirson, who conceded the home side had been convincingly outplayed.
"It's a quick turnaround now and we will look forward to welcoming back the boys from the Australian side for our game against South Australia next week in Adelaide,'' he said.
The majority of the Bulls squad will turn out for their Premier Cricket clubs tomorrow while Australian batsman Matthew Renshaw will also return to playing field after missing selection in both of the Test matches against Pakistan in the wake of an untimely concussion during the tour game in Dubai.