Regional Destination Networks are the cornerstone of the NSW Government’s strategy to increase tourism in NSW.
The NSW Government has committed to an investment of $43 million over four years, which includes the creation of six new Destination Networks across NSW, to improve industry engagement and better develop visitor experiences and products. The North Coast Destination Network reches from the Mid-Coast through to Tweed Heads, taking in the Northern Rivers.
The new networks will work closely with local government, tourism organisations and operators, as well as collaborate on campaigns with Destination NSW and a new Destination NSW regional division. The Government recognises the importance of regional tourism and aims to spend around $10 million a year to attract visitors to regional NSW.
More information about the new Destination Networks is available from Destination NSW.