City of Holdfast Bay Draft Tourism Plan

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "City of Holdfast Bay Draft Tourism Plan 2010 14"

Transcription

1 City of Holdfast Bay Draft Tourism Plan

2 Our Vision Adelaide s premier seaside destination. Council believes that a thriving tourism industry opens our City to the world, and benefits our local economy through prospering local businesses. We recognise that successful tourism requires strategic planning, where visitor expectations must be balanced with residents and community amenity. Council will continue to provide infrastructure, facilities and services for our residents and community that can also support the City s tourism appeal, and encourage responsible environmental practices to protect and enhance our City s beautiful surroundings. In 2014, our City s foreshore and beaches will provide a range of seaside experiences for our community and visitors. These will include the quieter expanses of Seacliff, to the village atmosphere of Brighton and the popular tourism centre of Glenelg. Seaside appeal will be complemented by a variety of accommodation options, retail activity precincts, restaurants and cafes, together with historical and cultural interests, and attractions. Holdfast Bay will be more widely known for its cultural heritage and as the location of significant events in South Australia s history. Our range of events will attract both local and visiting spectators and participants. They will generate atmosphere and excitement, together with valuable media exposure. Council will seek to increase overall visitor numbers, and broaden the year round appeal of Holdfast Bay through the identification and establishment of new attractions. Council will continue to work in partnership with local tourism groups, the South Australian Tourism Commission and other strategic partners to optimise our City s exposure, and enable Holdfast Bay to seize opportunities to host appropriate events, conferences and further tourism attractions that can appeal to local, interstate and international markets. Deleted: The City of Holdfast Bay is committed to advancing as Inserted: The City of Holdfast Bay is committed to advancing as Adelaide s premier seaside destination. Council believes that a thriving tourism industry opens our City to the world, and benefits our local economy through prospering local businesses. We recognise that successful tourism requires strategic planning, where visitor expectations must be balanced with residents and community amenity. Council will continue to provide infrastructure, facilities and services for our residents and community that can also support the City s tourism appeal, and encourage responsible environmental practices to protect and enhance our City s beautiful surroundings.... [1] Formatted: Font: 14 pt, Bold, Complex Script Font: 14 pt Deleted: range from Deleted: Council believes that a thriving tourism industry opens our City to the world, and benefits our local economy through prospering local businesses. We recognise that successful tourism requires strategic planning where visitor expectations must be balanced with residents and community amenity. Council will continue to provide infrastructure, facilities and services that can support the City s tourism appeal. Deleted: to ensure it remains Adelaide s premier seaside destination 1 Our Vision Our Objectives

3 2 Our Objectives Our Strategies and Actions

4 1. Promoting Our Attractions and Activities The City of Holdfast Bay is blessed with a host of historical and contemporary attractions and activities, which together offer a unique visitor experience. Whilst more can and will be added to the mix, it is important to spread the word now about our truly beautiful location and its outstanding offerings. This can be best achieved by taking a collaborative approach and working from the ground up. If more people within our own community visit our attractions and participate in our activities they will be encouraged to bring others. Furthermore, working in partnership with the South Australian Tourism Commission will help us reach a wider audience, and communicating through the use of modern technology, including the internet, will be the most effective way to deliver our message. 1.1 WEBSITE Redesign the City of Holdfast Bay tourism website to provide an attractive visual marketing and information tool. Include Must See and Do action-driven information. Encourage use of the tourism website as a key reference in planning visits to the Council area. Increase site visits by making the tourism website more search engine friendly. 1.2 BAY DISCOVERY CENTRE Affirm the Bay Discovery Centre s position as a social history museum of significance. Develop and implement a marketing strategy to promote the Bay Discovery Centre. Give consideration to any opportunities which may lead to improved visitor services. Involve the Bay Discovery Centre in promotions and familiarisation visits (famils). Increase visitation by taking history outside to entice people into the Centre. 3 Our Attractions

5 1.3 AWARENESS OF VISITOR ATTRACTIONS Work with individuals and organisations to broaden awareness of visitor attractions, events and activities within Holdfast Bay. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 1 Educate people about the significance of Holdfast Bay s history. Develop and implement a marketing strategy to promote Holdfast Bay as Adelaide s premier seaside destination. Monitor the effectiveness of, and measure the benefits derived from, the marketing strategy. Where possible, support South Australian Tourism Commission marketing initiatives, including use of the SA brand. Where possible, support the image portrayed for marketing purposes by the Jetty Road Mainstreet Management Committee, Marina Pier, Jetty Road Brighton and other areas featuring leisure, shopping and dining. Utilise a unique Council produced product as one method of promoting Holdfast Bay. Formatted: Bullets and Numbering Formatted: Indent: Before: pt, Hanging: 45.1 pt, After: pt, Space Before: 6 pt 1.4 VISITING FRIENDS AND RELATIVES Develop the Visiting Friends and Relatives (VFR) market within Holdfast Bay by actively encouraging the local community to experience visitor attractions, events and activities in their own backyard. Negotiate with operators of local visitor attractions, events and activities to obtain a special offer/discount for a Must See and Do in Your Own Backyard promotion. Promote Must See and Do in Your Own Backyard special offers/discounts to local residents. Work with the tourism industry to establish a rewards program that encourages local residents to invite their friends and relatives to stay in Holdfast Bay. Formatted: Bullets and Numbering 4 Our Attractions

6 2. Realising Our Potential The South Australian Tourism Plan recognises that despite the challenging times ahead, opportunities clearly exist for those willing to identify and embrace tourism trends, and pursue focused, cohesive goals for future growth. Within the City of Holdfast Bay Strategic Plan , Council recognises that successful tourism requires strategic planning where visitor expectations must be balanced with residents and community amenity. A well-considered, collaborative and strategic approach will bring us closer to realising our potential. 2.1 PARTNERSHIPS Build partnerships with key South Australian Government agencies and other tourism-based organisations to grow awareness of Holdfast Bay s tourism industry. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 1 Work with the South Australian Tourism Commission, South Australian Tourism Industry Council, Adelaide Convention Bureau, Australian Tourism Export Council, Glenelg Tourism Forum and Jetty Road Mainstreet Management Committee to promote Holdfast Bay as Adelaide s premier seaside destination. Deleted: Tourism Authority Deleted: and 2.2 LOCAL TOURISM INDUSTRY Work with the local tourism industry to create a spirit of cooperation and shared responsibility for tourism development, promotion and management. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 1 Engage with local tourism stakeholder organisations on a regular basis. Encourage local tourism operators to participate in promotions and familiarisation visits (famils). Encourage operators of visitor attractions and activities to provide information and links to update and enhance Council s tourism website. 5 Our Potential

7 2.3 QUALITY SERVICE Enhance the Holdfast Bay visitor experience through the provision of quality service and promotion of tourism attractions and activities. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 12 Review the function and location of visitor information services. Investigate any opportunities which may lead to improved visitor information services, including an analysis of a combined service offering through Council s corporate structure. Facilitate participation by local tourism operators in tourism industry training and development programs. Deleted: Consider Council s role in the provision Formatted: Indent: Before: 63 pt, Hanging: 45 pt Formatted: Bullets and Numbering Deleted:. 2.4 CONFERENCES Work with conference venue operators and accommodation providers to increase the number of business events held in Glenelg. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 8 Work with peak organisations including the Adelaide Convention Tourism Authority to organise familiarisation visits (famils) for key players within the conference industry. Participate on organising committees to encourage use of local conference venues and accommodation. Ensure a balanced use of, and minimal impact on the Glenelg foreshore to enable more approvals to be granted for selected corporate functions, events and activities. 2.5 ACCESS Improve access for residents and visitors to popular tourist areas within Holdfast Bay. Encourage the use of public transport and alternative modes of travel. Investigate the introduction of incentive schemes to encourage the use of key parking sites. 6 Our Potential Formatted: Outline numbered + Level: 2 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, + Start at: 5 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 63 pt + Tab after: 108 pt + Indent at: 108 pt Formatted: Indent: Before: 63 pt Formatted: Indent: Before: 108 pt Formatted: Font: 11 pt, Not Bold, Complex Script Font: 11 pt Formatted: Indent: Hanging: 54 pt, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 99 pt + Tab after: 117 pt + Indent at: 117 pt, Tabs: 108 pt, List tab + Not at 117 pt Formatted: Font: 11 pt, Complex Script Font: 11 pt Formatted: Font: Century Gothic, 11 pt, Font color: Dark Red, Complex Script Font: 11 pt 3. The Importance of Our Visitors

8 3.1 INFORMATION SHARING Facilitate the sharing of knowledge and information to the tourism industry in Holdfast Bay through regular communication and industry briefings. Create and maintain a database of local tourism industry participants, including accommodation, restaurants, cafes, entertainment and leisure activity providers. Establish and use the most effective forms of communication to facilitate a consistent exchange of information including surveys and statistics. 3.2 COMMUNICATION STRATEGY Develop and implement a comprehensive communication strategy to increase awareness within the local community of the value of tourism to: Employment Economic Development Services Infrastructure Social and Cultural Events. Determine the most effective way to reach the local community, giving consideration to existing forms of communication. Consider packaging this information in various ways, not limited to editorial content in publications. Produce and distribute information clarifying the value of tourism. 7 Our Visitors

9 3.3 HOLDFAST BAY BUSINESSES Actively encourage Holdfast Bay businesses to participate in tourism related activities. Support the Events Strategy to promote a high value schedule of events. Identify and/or create tourism opportunities for businesses, including those not directly involved in tourism related activities; e.g. restaurants, cafes and retailers. Where possible, provide incentives for businesses to participate. Encourage businesses to make available and promote incentives for customers when tourist activities are staged. Deleted: In conjunction with Deleted: e Deleted: s Deleted:, Deleted: well planned 8 Our Visitors 4. Our Commitment to Tourism Deleted: The City of Holdfast Bay is committed to remaining Adelaide s premier seaside destination.

10 4.1 ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES Improve environmental practices within the local tourism industry to reduce emissions, energy and water use. Encourage education, training and implementation of best practice to reduce emissions and the use of resources. 4.2 GAPS IN VISITOR ATTRACTIONS Identify gaps in Holdfast Bay s visitor attractions and experiences and work with the South Australian Tourism Commission business development team to fill those gaps. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 3 Formatted: Indent: Before: 63 pt, Hanging: 45 pt, Tabs: 108 pt, List tab + Not at 81 pt Formatted: Bullets and Numbering Formatted: Font: 11 pt, Complex Script Font: 11 pt Undertake a gap analysis to compare the existing tourism product with visitor expectations and clarify any key deficiencies. In partnership with the South Australian Tourism Commission business development team, communicate with land owners, investors and developers to encourage the development of world-class visitor experiences in Holdfast Bay and procure new investment for Holdfast Bay with an emphasis on design and sustainability. 4.3 DEVELOPING NEW PRODUCTS Deleted: 2 Create an enabling environment to assist interested parties prepared to invest in developing new products and recreational activities. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 5 Adopt a clear strategy to prioritise events and recreational activities, ensuring compliance, as well as maintaining appropriate standards. 9 Our Commitment

11 Encourage and consider new products for the foreshore areas to increase the quantity and quality of visitor experiences. Identify any planning and/or policy impediments to sustainable tourism development and recommend changes if considered necessary. Formatted: Bullets and Numbering 4.4 DESTINATION MANAGEMENT Work with destination management groups and inbound tour operators to develop the visitor experience. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 7 Deleted: 3 Investigate and consider opportunities to encourage dedicated visitation by: o airline passengers o cruise ship passengers o coachline passengers o tram travellers o business event visitors. 4.5 EXTERNAL FUNDING Seek external funding as a revenue base for tourism projects. Deleted: 4 Formatted: Indent: Before: 99 pt, First line: 9 pt Identify projects and events which require external funding. Prepare and lodge submissions for Government grants, and investigate alternative forms of funding. 4.6 INFRASTRUCTURE Utilise core Council resources to improve our infrastructure. Links to SA Tourism Plan Strategy 3 Deleted: 5 Deleted: visitor Identify and rectify deficiencies with infrastructure for our residents and community, which are also likely to impact adversely on tourism and events. Align the provision of infrastructure with tourism whenever possible (e.g. Coast Park). Define a strategy for upgrading of directional, interpretive and tourism signage, including implementation of meaningful tourism signage policies. Consider opportunities aimed at reducing litter due to increased activities, seasonal factors, litter hotspots and traffic volumes. Facilitate the upgrade and maintenance of public amenities. 10 Our Commitment Formatted: Font: Complex Script Font: Times New Roman Formatted: Bullets and Numbering Formatted: Font: Complex Script Font: Times New Roman Formatted: Font: Complex Script Font: Times New Roman 5. Identifying Our Experience Seekers

12 5.1 TARGET MARKET Identify our target market, understand their primary motivation and respond to their needs. Access data through surveys and research from organisations such as the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Tourism Research Australia. Build a clear visitor profile for tourism planning and marketing purposes. Deleted: from Deleted: including, but not limited to, 5.2 STATISTICS Work with the South Australian Tourism Commission and the local tourism industry to source consistent and accurate visitor statistics to facilitate ongoing analysis, tracking and evaluation. Ensure that regularly updated statistics are provided. Identify trends and consider appropriate actions in future tourism planning. 5.3 RELATIONSHIPS Build relationships with comparable destinations to share knowledge and obtain access to research. Identify destinations with similar characteristics. Establish contact with the appropriate representatives of comparable destinations for the purposes of obtaining and providing tourism related information. Implement a structured approach to the sharing of this information. 11 Our Knowledge

13 Page 2: [1] Inserted basto 22/03/ :40 PM The City of Holdfast Bay is committed to advancing as Adelaide s premier seaside destination. Council believes that a thriving tourism industry opens our City to the world, and benefits our local economy through prospering local businesses. We recognise that successful tourism requires strategic planning, where visitor expectations must be balanced with residents and community amenity. Council will continue to provide infrastructure, facilities and services for our residents and community that can also support the City s tourism appeal, and encourage responsible environmental practices to protect and enhance our City s beautiful surroundings.

WEST OF ENGLAND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PLAN

WEST OF ENGLAND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PLAN WEST OF ENGLAND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PLAN EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Context Tourism is the world s biggest industry. In the UK, it accounts for 3.5% of the nation s economy with a value in excess of 80 billion,

More information

DRAFT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY, RETAIL AND TOURISM ACTION PLANS PUBLIC EXHIBITION

DRAFT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY, RETAIL AND TOURISM ACTION PLANS PUBLIC EXHIBITION ITEM 2. FILE NO: DRAFT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY, RETAIL AND TOURISM ACTION PLANS PUBLIC EXHIBITION S038970 SUMMARY Sydney is Australia s largest and only global city. It is the leading knowledge-based

More information

Barriers to Growth in Australian Services Exports: Issues Paper Submission from Service Skills Australia

Barriers to Growth in Australian Services Exports: Issues Paper Submission from Service Skills Australia Australian Services Exports Productivity Commission services.exports@pc.gov.au 5 June 2015 Barriers to Growth in Australian Services Exports: Issues Paper Submission from Service Skills Australia This

More information

Economic Development Element

Economic Development Element The Strawberry Ladies by Tara Stood Economic Development Element Economic development enhances San Clemente s quality of life by providing local goods and services and expanding employment and business

More information

DOCKLANDS TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PLAN

DOCKLANDS TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PLAN Page 1 of 5 DOCKLANDS COORDINATION COMMITTEE REPORT DOCKLANDS TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PLAN Agenda Item 5.7 8 April 2008 Division Commerce and Marketing Presenter Helen Hardwick, Program Manager Destination

More information

Fanø A Danish Island... Naturally The Future of Tourism

Fanø A Danish Island... Naturally The Future of Tourism Fanø A Danish Island... Naturally The Future of Tourism Stevens & Associates, July 2013 Contents A Sense of Wonder A Sense of Welcome 1. A great place to live, work... and visit 2. Tourism the lifeblood

More information

HOW SUBMISSIONS WILL BE USED HOW TO MAKE A SUBMISSION

HOW SUBMISSIONS WILL BE USED HOW TO MAKE A SUBMISSION The Australian Government is seeking views from a wide range of people organisations and sectors on the National Cultural Policy especially on the proposed goals and strategies. You can contribute to the

More information

CLARENCE CITY COUNCIL STRATEGIC PLAN 2010-2015

CLARENCE CITY COUNCIL STRATEGIC PLAN 2010-2015 CLARENCE CITY COUNCIL STRATEGIC PLAN 2010-2015 VISION Clarence diverse communities working together for a vibrant, prosperous and sustainable city MISSION To represent the people of Clarence by providing

More information

Tourism Product Development and Marketing Strategies in the COMCEC Region

Tourism Product Development and Marketing Strategies in the COMCEC Region Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC) Tourism Product Development and Marketing Strategies in the COMCEC Region COMCEC COORDINATION

More information

South Australia. The place where people and business thrive.

South Australia. The place where people and business thrive. South Australia. The place where people and business thrive. Premier s statement South Australia is the place where people and business thrive. That is my vision for this great state. South Australia is

More information

AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND SOUTH PACIFIC

AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND SOUTH PACIFIC AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND SOUTH PACIFIC Welcome to the AOT Group AOT is Australasia s leading Travel Distribution Company offering a complete range of Australian, New Zealand, South Pacific and global travel

More information

Opportunities for Growth in the UK Events Industry

Opportunities for Growth in the UK Events Industry Opportunities for Growth in the UK Events Industry Roles & responsibilities A report to the All Party Parliamentary Group For Events Presented jointly by the October 2011 1 Contents 1.0 The UK events industry

More information

Meetings and Events Manifesto for Britain

Meetings and Events Manifesto for Britain Meetings and Events Manifesto for Britain Britain s Business Visits and Events industry is a vibrant sector of the visitor economy but also has an active role in the creative industries, trade development

More information

G720/CS. APPLIED TRAVEL AND TOURISM Unit 1: Introducing Travel and Tourism ADVANCED SUBSIDIARY GCE. Friday 9 January 2009 Morning CASE STUDY

G720/CS. APPLIED TRAVEL AND TOURISM Unit 1: Introducing Travel and Tourism ADVANCED SUBSIDIARY GCE. Friday 9 January 2009 Morning CASE STUDY ADVANCED SUBSIDIARY GCE APPLIED TRAVEL AND TOURISM Unit 1: Introducing Travel and Tourism G720/CS CASE STUDY *CUP/V00061* Friday 9 January 2009 Morning Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES

More information

Newfoundland and Labrador Best Practice Case Study - Organisation: Public/Private Collaboration

Newfoundland and Labrador Best Practice Case Study - Organisation: Public/Private Collaboration Newfoundland and Labrador Best Practice Case Study - Organisation: Public/Private Collaboration Background and Context In 2008 the Tourism Industry wanted to create awareness within the Province of NL

More information

Regional Tourism Strategy Action and Delivery Plan

Regional Tourism Strategy Action and Delivery Plan DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY Regional Tourism Strategy Action and Delivery Plan 2011 Action and Delivery Plan 2011 Objective 1: Increase the Volume of Visitors to D&G i) Ensure product offering meets the needs

More information

Distributing your tourism product

Distributing your tourism product Distributing your tourism product No matter how impressive your product is its success relies on customers knowing you exist in the marketplace. The strength of your presence in the marketplace will be

More information

CYPRUS AN INTERNATIONAL, FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS CENTRE

CYPRUS AN INTERNATIONAL, FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS CENTRE CYPRUS AN INTERNATIONAL, FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS CENTRE BUSINESS FORUM HAMBURG 22.03.2012 PRESENTATION BY GEORGE MICHAELIDES TOURISM CONSULTANT OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED FOR INVESTMENTS CYPRUS TOURISM SECTOR

More information

Poole - the Best Town Centre Experience in Dorset

Poole - the Best Town Centre Experience in Dorset DRAFT - FOR CONSULTATION Poole - the Best Town Centre Experience in Dorset The Poole Town Centre Partnership Business Plan for 2013 to 2018 Images to follow The purpose of this Plan is to promote, to guide

More information

A Vision Plan for Panacea VISION PLAN

A Vision Plan for Panacea VISION PLAN VISION PLAN A plan funded in part by the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Florida Coastal Management Program, pursuant to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Award No. NA070ZO112. The

More information

DRAFT ABORIGINAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA

DRAFT ABORIGINAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA DRAFT ABORIGINAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA Executive Summary Executive Summary Why have an Aboriginal Tourism Development Strategy? Global tourism is estimated to grow by an average

More information

Role Description Creative Producer - Children's Programs

Role Description Creative Producer - Children's Programs Role Description Creative Producer - Children's Programs Cluster Agency Division/Branch/Unit Location Trade & Investment Australian Museum Visitor Experience/Visitor Services Sydney CBD Classification/Grade/Band

More information

Payneham Road Precinct Committee 2012-2013 ANNUAL BUSINESS PLAN

Payneham Road Precinct Committee 2012-2013 ANNUAL BUSINESS PLAN Payneham Road Precinct Committee 2012-2013 ANNUAL BUSINESS PLAN MARKETING PLAN STRATEGY 1: Marketing and Advertising A destination for affordable bridal services Build on the awareness of Payneham Road

More information

TAKING DURBAN TO THE WORLD DURBAN TOURISM

TAKING DURBAN TO THE WORLD DURBAN TOURISM DURBAN TAKING TO THE WORLD DURBAN TOURISM Durban ICC (foreground) is close to the CBD and beaches. Typeset and designed by Artworks Communications Contents Message from the Mayor... 2 Introduction... 3

More information

Successful Destination Management

Successful Destination Management Successful Destination Management What does this mean? Aviva Pearson MSc, BSc, FTS, MTMI Not the usual speech... Destination Management is about... Making me excited A Destination Manager must make me

More information

RESPONSE TO SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK MASTER PLAN 2030 DRAFT

RESPONSE TO SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK MASTER PLAN 2030 DRAFT 20 August 2008 Director Strategic Assessments Department of Planning GPO Box 39 Sydney NSW 2001 To whom it may concern, RESPONSE TO SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK MASTER PLAN 2030 DRAFT TOURISM & TRANSPORT FORUM

More information

The Value of Business Events to Australia Business Events Council of Australia February 2015

The Value of Business Events to Australia Business Events Council of Australia February 2015 The Value of Business Events to Australia Business Events Council of Australia February 2015 Table of contents Executive summary... 1 1. Introduction... 5 1.1 Business events in Australia... 5 1.2 Project

More information

February 2013. Long-term strategy for the Icelandic tourism industry. Summary

February 2013. Long-term strategy for the Icelandic tourism industry. Summary February 2013 Long-term strategy for the Icelandic tourism industry Summary Background and introduction In May 2012, PKF was commissioned by Promote Iceland to carry out a master-mapping project for the

More information

Offline Travel Sales

Offline Travel Sales 18 Managing Sales Channels for International Growth Fáilte Ireland Leisure Sales Appendix 1: Offline Travel Sales Introduction The global travel trade sector plays a significant role in distributing the

More information

Major Events Sponsorship Guidelines

Major Events Sponsorship Guidelines Major Events Sponsorship Guidelines 2017-18 and beyond aucklandnz.com/sponsorship 2 2017/18 Major Event Sponsorship Window Guidelines Foreword Auckland is driven to grow its major events portfolio, to

More information

CRAFT NORTHERN IRELAND STRATEGIC PLAN 2014 2017

CRAFT NORTHERN IRELAND STRATEGIC PLAN 2014 2017 CRAFT NORTHERN IRELAND STRATEGIC PLAN 2014 2017 Innovative Craft 2014-17 March 2014 STRATEGY 1 Context o 1.1 Craft Northern Ireland history o 1.2 Evaluation o 1.3 Other considerations in developing a new

More information

Sydney Tourism Precinct Funding Program. User Guide

Sydney Tourism Precinct Funding Program. User Guide Sydney Tourism Precinct Funding Program User Guide Destination New South Wales Last updated 19/12/2011 Sydney Tourism Precinct Funding Program User Guide 1 Overview: Sydney Tourism Precinct Funding Program

More information

Proposed Approach to Developing a Culture Heritage and Tourism Strategy for South Africa in the context of Rural Development

Proposed Approach to Developing a Culture Heritage and Tourism Strategy for South Africa in the context of Rural Development Proposed Approach to Developing a Culture Heritage and Tourism Strategy for South Africa in the context of Rural Development Presentation to Parliamentary Portfolio Committee Workshop July 2010 Background

More information

Thank you for your interest in the position of Public Relations Specialist at The Australian Ballet.

Thank you for your interest in the position of Public Relations Specialist at The Australian Ballet. 21 st May 2015 Dear Applicant, Thank you for your interest in the position of Public Relations Specialist at The Australian Ballet. Please find below information related to the position. In accordance

More information

Sapphire Coast Visitor Profile and Satisfaction Report: Summary and Discussion of Results

Sapphire Coast Visitor Profile and Satisfaction Report: Summary and Discussion of Results Sapphire Coast Visitor Profile and Satisfaction Report: Summary and Discussion of Results Introduction The Sapphire Coast Visitor Profile and Satisfaction (VPS) project was completed as part of the Destination

More information

Customer Service Officer - Bookings

Customer Service Officer - Bookings Customer Service Officer - Bookings Cluster Division/Branch/Unit Location Trade Investment and Regional Infrastructure Services Australian Museum Public Engagement and Culture/Visitor Experience/Customer

More information

ITEM 11. SPONSORSHIP - VOGUE FASHION'S NIGHT OUT - 2015-2017

ITEM 11. SPONSORSHIP - VOGUE FASHION'S NIGHT OUT - 2015-2017 ITEM 11. SPONSORSHIP - VOGUE FASHION'S NIGHT OUT - 2015-2017 FILE NO: S104009 SUMMARY On 9 December 2013, Council adopted the Retail Action Plan. Key initiatives from this plan include promoting Sydney

More information

EVENTS CAN FOR BRITAIN WIN. A Manifesto. for Meetings and Events in Britain

EVENTS CAN FOR BRITAIN WIN. A Manifesto. for Meetings and Events in Britain EVENTS CAN WIN FOR BRITAIN A Manifesto for Meetings and Events in Britain WINNING FOR BRITAIN The meetings and events industry contributes to exports, inward investment, infrastructure development, cultural

More information

To provide a consistent, equitable, transparent and accountable process for the allocation of Council funds to events and festivals.

To provide a consistent, equitable, transparent and accountable process for the allocation of Council funds to events and festivals. DRAFT FUNDING POLICY OBJECTIVE To provide a consistent, equitable, transparent and accountable process for the allocation of Council funds to events and festivals. To outline the principles, criteria and

More information

BOWDEN Our achievements

BOWDEN Our achievements BOWDEN our achievements Renewal SA is dedicated to developing accessible, connected places where people want to live, work and play. Partnerships and consultation with community, industry and organisations

More information

9395 TRAVEL AND TOURISM

9395 TRAVEL AND TOURISM CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS GCE Advanced Subsidiary Level and GCE Advanced Level MARK SCHEME for the May/June 2013 series 9395 TRAVEL AND TOURISM 9395/32 Paper 3 (International Business & Leisure

More information

Australian National Maritime Museum Position Description

Australian National Maritime Museum Position Description Section 1: Position Details Position Number: Australian National Maritime Museum Position Description Position Title: Business Development Manager M198 Classification: APS 6 Type of Employment: Division:

More information

Bath and North East Somerset Council - Resources Directorate Plan 2016/17 to 2019/20

Bath and North East Somerset Council - Resources Directorate Plan 2016/17 to 2019/20 Bath and North East Somerset Council - Resources Directorate Plan 2016/17 to 2019/20 Introduction This plan sets out the future direction of the Resources Directorate over the next 3 years. Legal & Democratic

More information

Key Issues Facing Hotel And Tourism Development In Hong Kong

Key Issues Facing Hotel And Tourism Development In Hong Kong Key Issues Facing Hotel And Tourism Development In Hong Kong By The Federation of Hong Kong Hotel Owners October 2012 1 The Federation of Hong Kong Hotel Owners At A Glance The Federation of Hong Kong

More information

Stirling s Economic Strategy A Strategy for Jobs

Stirling s Economic Strategy A Strategy for Jobs Stirling s Economic Strategy A Strategy for Jobs Contents Vision for Stirling s Economy 2 Background 3 Stirling s Economic Development and Support Services 4 Purpose of Stirling s Economic Strategy 6

More information

Envision Venice Strategic Plan for Fiscal Year Ending. September 30, 2016. Preserving and Enhancing the Venice Quality of Life.

Envision Venice Strategic Plan for Fiscal Year Ending. September 30, 2016. Preserving and Enhancing the Venice Quality of Life. Adopted April 28, 2015 October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016 Envision Venice Strategic Plan for Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2016 Preserving and Enhancing the Venice Quality of Life Table of Contents

More information

South Australia

South Australia www.nextstepaustralia.com South Australia South Australia The total Area of South Australia is 380,070 square miles. Adelaide is the capital of South Australia The average maximum temperature in January

More information

POOLE TOWN CENTRE. Strategic Plan 2013 to 2018. Poole Town Centre Partnership

POOLE TOWN CENTRE. Strategic Plan 2013 to 2018. Poole Town Centre Partnership POOLE TOWN CENTRE Strategic Plan 2013 to 2018 Poole Town Centre Partnership Contents 1 Foreword by Chair of the Poole Town Centre Partnership 2 Poole Town Centre the place, the people, the unique brand

More information

sdrftsdfsdfsdfsdw Pre-Budget Submission For WA State Budget 2016

sdrftsdfsdfsdfsdw Pre-Budget Submission For WA State Budget 2016 sdrftsdfsdfsdfsdw Pre-Budget Submission For WA State Budget 2016 1 P a g e Budget Submission Highlights Market fundamentals are positive for strong tourism economic output and employment growth, provided

More information

Significant investment and improvement of infrastructure and transport networks, delivered at no cost and no risk

Significant investment and improvement of infrastructure and transport networks, delivered at no cost and no risk December 2014 FACT SHEET: TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Significant investment and improvement of infrastructure and transport networks, delivered at no cost and no risk The Gold Coast Integrated Resort

More information

Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Partnership Plan Reviewed April 2007

Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Partnership Plan Reviewed April 2007 Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Partnership Plan Reviewed April 2007 1 AYRSHIRE & ARRAN TOURISM PARTNERSHIP PLAN AND THE TOURISM FRAMEWORK FOR CHANGE 2006-2009 Introduction In March 2004 the Minister for Culture,

More information

Corporate Business Plan

Corporate Business Plan Corporate Business Plan 2012 2017 Contents Introduction 2 Planning Framework 2 Key Documents 3 State Government Requirements 4 Vision and Values 5 Governance and Leadership 8 Financial Sustainability

More information

ECONOMIC VISION FOR WEYMOUTH & DORCHESTER

ECONOMIC VISION FOR WEYMOUTH & DORCHESTER Dorset County Council, Weymouth & Portland Borough Council, West Dorset District Council, South West RDA ECONOMIC VISION FOR WEYMOUTH & DORCHESTER Vision February 2008 INVESTING FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

More information

Abergavenny BID Draft Summary Business Plan

Abergavenny BID Draft Summary Business Plan Abergavenny BID Draft Summary Business Plan Our aim is to increase footfall and spending in Abergavenny for the benefit of all businesses located within the BID area, being the first choice for local shopping

More information

Joint Museum Storage Project with Southampton

Joint Museum Storage Project with Southampton Report to: Cabinet Member for Culture and Leisure Date: 5 November 2009 Report by: Written by: Report Title: Head of Cultural Services Jane Mee, Museums & Records Manager Joint Museum Storage Project with

More information

COMMUNITITY BACKGROUND:

COMMUNITITY BACKGROUND: 1 P a g e INTRODUCTION The Town of Lyons requests proposals for professional services to conduct a market feasibility study for a proposed hotel/motel in the Town of Lyons. The study should address the

More information

Skills for the 21st century

Skills for the 21st century Skills for the 21st century 73% of parents in game households say games help their children learn about technology, 68% say games help their children learn maths, 64% say games help children learn to plan.

More information

GIPPSLAND TOURISM STRATeGIc DIRecTION

GIPPSLAND TOURISM STRATeGIc DIRecTION GIPPSLAND TOURISM Strategic Direction 2013-2018 1 GIPPSLAND TOURISM MASTER PLAN 2013-2018 GIPPSLAND TOURISM Strategic Direction 2013-2018 The Gippsland Tourism Strategic Direction is a plan to build the

More information

Tourism in the Philippines September 2015

Tourism in the Philippines September 2015 Tourism in the Philippines September 2015 Tourism in the Philippines Department of Tourism September 2015 2 Outline I. Vision, mandate, and strategies II. Economic impact of tourism i. Tourists in the

More information

Impact of Tourism on Community Life in Dare County Executive Summary

Impact of Tourism on Community Life in Dare County Executive Summary Impact of Tourism on Community Life in Dare County Executive Summary Study Team Patrick Long, Director, Center for Sustainable Tourism Huili Hao, Director of Research, Center for Sustainable Tourism James

More information

conventional DESTINATION PORT STEPHENS PROSPECTUS 2014 MEETINGS, INCENTIVES, CONFERENCES & EVENTS

conventional DESTINATION PORT STEPHENS PROSPECTUS 2014 MEETINGS, INCENTIVES, CONFERENCES & EVENTS conventional DESTINATION PORT STEPHENS PROSPECTUS 2014 MEETINGS, INCENTIVES, CONFERENCES & EVENTS Contents Chairman s Message MICE Overview and Calendar Familiarisation Program Public Relations Unconventional

More information

Glasgow s Tourism action PLAN to 2016

Glasgow s Tourism action PLAN to 2016 Glasgow s Tourism action PLAN to 2016 Image and Brand Strengthen and maximize the economic impact and value of Glasgow: Scotland with style by developing and implementing brand strategy GCMB & 1-5 years

More information

SMALL BUSINESS FRIENDLY COUNCILS PROGRAM

SMALL BUSINESS FRIENDLY COUNCILS PROGRAM ITEM 4. FILE NO: SMALL BUSINESS FRIENDLY COUNCILS PROGRAM S123386 SUMMARY The City of Sydney has long recognised the importance of the small business community and their contribution to the economic, cultural

More information

ARE WE THERE YET? THE TRAVEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WHAT IS IT? A TOURISM RESOURCE GUIDE

ARE WE THERE YET? THE TRAVEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WHAT IS IT? A TOURISM RESOURCE GUIDE ARE WE THERE YET? THE TRAVEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WHAT IS IT? A TOURISM RESOURCE GUIDE THE TRAVEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WHAT IS IT? CONTENTS What are the different styles of travel? 4 International vs Domestic

More information

Marina Bay Sands. George Tanasijevich President and CEO of Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands. George Tanasijevich President and CEO of Marina Bay Sands Marina Bay Sands George Tanasijevich President and CEO of Marina Bay Sands MBS Starts Strong and Continues to Ramp Marina Bay Sands Starts Strong and Continues to Ramp Adjusted Property EBITDA and Adjusted

More information

Echuca Moama Regional Tourism ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES

Echuca Moama Regional Tourism ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES Echuca Moama Regional Tourism ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES EMT MEMBER ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES Echuca Moama Regional Tourism offer many ways for our Members to participate in exclusive advertising opportunities.

More information

ONE VOICE. ONE TEAM. ONE SPORT. THE TOUCH FOOTBALL AUSTRALIA STRATEGIC PLAN 2016-2020

ONE VOICE. ONE TEAM. ONE SPORT. THE TOUCH FOOTBALL AUSTRALIA STRATEGIC PLAN 2016-2020 ONE VOICE. ONE TEAM. ONE SPORT. THE TOUCH FOOTBALL AUSTRALIA STRATEGIC PLAN 2016-2020 1 2 3 4 Strategic Objective One Vision One Voice. One Team. One Sport. Our journey to 2020 will consolidate Touch Football

More information

Annual Operational Plan

Annual Operational Plan Annual Operational Plan 2014 15 02 Annual Operational Plan 2014 15 About the Australian Sports Commission The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is Australia s primary national sports administration and

More information

The Castlecourt Hotel Westport Friday November 6th 2015

The Castlecourt Hotel Westport Friday November 6th 2015 2015 The Castlecourt Hotel Westport Friday November 6th 2015 Introduction Mayo Chambers and local business organisations, in association with Mayo.ie and the Local Enterprise Office (LEO), are delighted

More information

PART 2 BRAND IMPLEMENTATION

PART 2 BRAND IMPLEMENTATION PART 2 BRAND IMPLEMENTATION LIVING THE BRAND The Destination Brand The best brands live their values and are a long-term investment in the future. The successful delivery of your brand promise ensures

More information

THE WHITSUNDAYS CONVERTING THE CONSIDERING! Executive summary OCTOBER 2013

THE WHITSUNDAYS CONVERTING THE CONSIDERING! Executive summary OCTOBER 2013 THE WHITSUNDAYS CONVERTING THE CONSIDERING! Executive summary OCTOBER 2013 3 WHITSUNDAYS CONVERTING THE CONSIDERING! Tourism Research Australia (TRA) and Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) undertook

More information

Background & Introduction

Background & Introduction Destination Marketing Plan 2015 Background & Introduction Guildford with its unique geography, history and vibrant economy, has assets deserving of a co-ordinated destination marketing effort, and has

More information

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM ACADEMY UK 2016

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM ACADEMY UK 2016 INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM ACADEMY UK 2016 Contents Welcome Programme Commercial Enterprise Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums Audience Engagement National Museums Liverpool Developing Digital Content Culture24

More information

LONG ISLAND CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU AND SPORTS COMMISSION OVERVIEW

LONG ISLAND CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU AND SPORTS COMMISSION OVERVIEW 1 LONG ISLAND CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU AND SPORTS COMMISSION OVERVIEW The Long Island Convention & Visitors Bureau and Sports Commission (LICVB&SC) was formed in 1978 as a non-profit membership corporation

More information

PARTNERSHIP PROPOSAL 2011

PARTNERSHIP PROPOSAL 2011 5 11 SEPT 2011 PARTNERSHIP PROPOSAL 2011 PRESENTED BY Key Results 2010 212 MSFW events 78% increase in attendance to a total of 80,709* *Does not include ambient visitation at City Square 57% increase

More information

21.04 LAND USE. Managing amenity through land use strategies

21.04 LAND USE. Managing amenity through land use strategies 21.04 LAND USE This section contains objectives and strategies for land use, under the themes of: Housing and community Retail, entertainment and the arts Office and commercial use Industry Education and

More information

All available Global Online MBA routes have a set of core modules required to be completed in order to achieve an MBA.

All available Global Online MBA routes have a set of core modules required to be completed in order to achieve an MBA. All available Global Online MBA routes have a set of core modules required to be completed in order to achieve an MBA. Those modules are: Building High Performance Organisations Management and Organisational

More information

NEW ZEALAND Market Profile. $3.4-4.2bn Potential to be worth by 2020 1,241,000. $2.4bn. 15.0m. Overview

NEW ZEALAND Market Profile. $3.4-4.2bn Potential to be worth by 2020 1,241,000. $2.4bn. 15.0m. Overview Market Profile Overview In 2014, New Zealand was Australia s largest inbound market for visitor arrivals, fourth largest market for total visitor expenditure and third for visitor nights. Findings from

More information

Queensgate Development Proposals

Queensgate Development Proposals Who are we? Queensgate is owned by Invesco Real Estate and managed by Lend Lease on its behalf. About Invesco Invesco Real Estate is one of the world s largest real estate firms, providing investment management

More information

THE FOUR PILLARS OF SUSTAINABILITY : ECONOMIC

THE FOUR PILLARS OF SUSTAINABILITY : ECONOMIC THE FOUR PILLARS OF SUSTAINABILITY : ECONOMIC Continuing globalisation of the world economy and trade, the growth of low cost airlines and buoyancy of tourism in recent years, have been key drivers of

More information

MESSAGE FROM THE CEO CONTENTS. Brian Morris Chief Executive Officer

MESSAGE FROM THE CEO CONTENTS. Brian Morris Chief Executive Officer MELBOURNE & OLYMPIC PARKS DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION PLAN 2014-2017 CONTENTS MESSAGE FROM THE CEO MESSAGE FROM THE CEO 3 THE IMPACT OF DISABILITY ON M&OP 4 GOAL 1: WAYFINDING AND NAVIGATION 7 GOAL 2: WEB

More information

New drive for business events

New drive for business events AUCKLAND S BUSINESS EVENTS PLAN New drive for business events aucklandnz.com/conventions Contents Mayoral Message 3 Foreword 5 01 New drive and energy for Auckland Business Events 7 Auckland s opportunity

More information

RE: Request for Proposal for the Corpus Christi Downtown Management Branding and Web Design

RE: Request for Proposal for the Corpus Christi Downtown Management Branding and Web Design January 19, 2015 RE: Request for Proposal for the Corpus Christi Downtown Management Branding and Web Design To Whom It May Concern: The enclosed Request for Proposal (RFP) invites your company to review

More information

Development Management Policies. Topic Paper: Social & strategic infrastructure and cultural facilities

Development Management Policies. Topic Paper: Social & strategic infrastructure and cultural facilities Development Management Policies Topic Paper: Social & strategic infrastructure and cultural facilities August 2012 1. Outline 1.1. This topic paper provides justification for the Social and Strategic Infrastructure

More information

Adelaide Hills Tourism Project Officer - Roles and Responsibilities

Adelaide Hills Tourism Project Officer - Roles and Responsibilities April 2016 Role Adelaide Hills Tourism Project Officer - Roles and Responsibilities Role of the Project Officer is to implement key projects and deliver ongoing programs from the Adelaide Hills Regional

More information

The European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas. Full Text

The European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas. Full Text The European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas Full Text Updated version of May 2007 INTRODUCTION The European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas reflects world-wide and

More information

Guildford Institute Strategic Plan to 2020

Guildford Institute Strategic Plan to 2020 Guildford Institute Strategic Plan to 2020 Foreword The objects of the Institute are set out in its Memorandum of Association [Art3]. They may be summarised as follows: To promote and advance the education

More information

Difference. Making a ABORIGINAL TOURISM STRATEGY FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Difference. Making a ABORIGINAL TOURISM STRATEGY FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA Difference Making a ABORIGINAL TOURISM STRATEGY FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA 2011-2015 Table of CONTENTS Message from the Minister for Tourism 2 Message from the Chairperson of the Western Australian Indigenous

More information

ARTS AND CULTURE CONCEPT PLAN. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games TM

ARTS AND CULTURE CONCEPT PLAN. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games TM ARTS AND CULTURE CONCEPT PLAN Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games TM Contents Our vision 03 What success will look like 16 Roles and responsibilities 21 Message from the Premier 04 Message from the Minister

More information

South Australian. Tourism Plan

South Australian. Tourism Plan South Australian Tourism Plan 2020 This tourism plan acknowledges and respects that all tourism activity and development takes place on lands traditionally owned by South Australia s Indigenous peoples

More information

Events & Operations Coordinator

Events & Operations Coordinator Events & Operations Coordinator 12 Month Fixed Term Contract The Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust has the responsibility and privilege of managing two of Australia s premier sporting venues. Highlighting

More information

ABC Rugby Union Club. Strategic Plan 20XX - 20XX

ABC Rugby Union Club. Strategic Plan 20XX - 20XX ABC Rugby Union Club 20XX - 20XX CLUB DETAILS Name: Address: PO Box 123 Suburb State P/C 1234 Club location: Web address: ABC Rugby Park, Street Suburb ABCrugby@bigpond.com.au HISTORY AND PROFILE is the

More information

Issues and Directions Paper. Local and Regional Sport and Recreation Facilities A TIME FOR FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE

Issues and Directions Paper. Local and Regional Sport and Recreation Facilities A TIME FOR FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE Issues and Directions Paper for Local and Regional Sport and Recreation Facilities A TIME FOR FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE September 2009 An Initiative of the Local Government Recreation Forum Funded by the Local

More information

Adapting Northern Adelaide - Submission towards the new Climate Change Strategy for South Australia

Adapting Northern Adelaide - Submission towards the new Climate Change Strategy for South Australia 16 October 2015 Adapting Northern Adelaide Project City of Salisbury and City of Playford Polaris Innovation Centre Mawson Lakes SA 5095 Climate Change Team, GPO Box 1047 Adelaide SA 5001 climatechange@sa.gov.au

More information

RESEARCH. 2010 Massachusetts Recreational Boater Survey. Project Summary

RESEARCH. 2010 Massachusetts Recreational Boater Survey. Project Summary Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning RESEARCH Project Summary 2010 Massachusetts Recreational Boater Survey The 2010 Massachusetts Recreational Boater Survey gathered spatial and economic data relating

More information

WILKINSON EYRE WINNER OF INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION FOR PROPOSED NEW SIX- STAR HOTEL AND RESIDENTIAL TOWER PRECINCT

WILKINSON EYRE WINNER OF INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION FOR PROPOSED NEW SIX- STAR HOTEL AND RESIDENTIAL TOWER PRECINCT ASX / MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 19 October 2015 WILKINSON EYRE WINNER OF INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION FOR PROPOSED NEW SIX- STAR HOTEL AND RESIDENTIAL TOWER PRECINCT MELBOURNE: Crown Resorts

More information

Hospitality manager apprenticeship standard

Hospitality manager apprenticeship standard Hospitality s work across a huge variety of organisations including bars, restaurants, cafés, conference centres, banqueting venues, hotels and contract caterers. These s generally specialise in a particular

More information

The University of Tasmania Library Future Vision to 2025

The University of Tasmania Library Future Vision to 2025 The University of Tasmania Library Future Vision to 2025 Great universities have great libraries Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Rathjen Address to the Council of Australian University Librarians, September

More information

Occupant: Vacant File reference: 2011/0390

Occupant: Vacant File reference: 2011/0390 ROLE DESCRIPTION SECTION A: GENERAL INFORMATION Role: Research Scientist Climate Applications Classification code: PO 3 Division: SA Research & Development Institute Type of appointment: Branch: Sustainable

More information

PLAN OF MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS CABARTIA PARK PROPOSED REGIONAL PLAYGROUND AND CONSERVATORY

PLAN OF MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS CABARTIA PARK PROPOSED REGIONAL PLAYGROUND AND CONSERVATORY PLAN OF MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS CABARTIA PARK PROPOSED REGIONAL PLAYGROUND AND CONSERVATORY Contents Recreation in Cabarita Park... 3 What is proposed?... 3 Regional children s playground... 4 New cultural

More information