How to Do Tourism in 2024 – Southern Tablelands
March 6 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
About this event
Destination Southern NSW invites you to a free interactive session that will introduce the Destination NSW – NSW First Program with fundamentals on making a successful tourism business. During the session, we will explore opportunities within the tourism industry and provide information on developing tourism experiences.
- An overview of the NSW tourism industry.
- The role of Destination NSW, Destination Southern NSW, and local councils and how each of these organisations can help your tourism business.
- Why having an up-to-date ATDW listing is essential for your business and how to receive help to maximise opportunities.
- Developing a tourism experience that matches the needs of travellers, is highly visible, and is easy to book.
- Case studies and next steps in planning for your tourism experience.
This free event is suitable for accommodation providers, tour operators, food and drink venues, attractions, and anyone with a new tourism idea or those interested in tourism.
You will learn how to better navigate the tourism industry, understand how to enhance your tourism experience and learn how to develop a bookable product.
One session will be held in each of the Southern Tablelands LGAs over the coming months, with dates and venues to be confirmed (TBC).
Please check back regularly for updates, or express interest in your local event by emailing the Southern Tablelands Industry Development Manager, Kylie Bushy, who will keep you updated with details as they become available.
Enquiries and Expressions of Interest: Kylie Bushby | Industry Development Manager – Southern Tablelands | Destination Southern NSW | firstname.lastname@example.org
Goulburn Mulwaree – Venue TBC | 6th March – Time TBC
Upper Lachlan – Old Coach Stables, Gunning | 20th March – Time TBC
Hilltops – Venue TBC | 10th April – Time TBC
Queanbeyan – Palerang | Details TBC
Yass Valley | Details TBC
Image: Ballinaclash Food and Wine, Young | Credit – Destination NSW