Southern Downs Regional Council Tourism Strategy Feedback
What is the Southern Downs Regional Council Tourism Strategy?
Southern Downs Regional Council (SDRC) plays a critical role in the development of tourism within the Southern Downs Region. The Tourism Strategy is based on an appraisal of the industry conducted in February and March 2012.
Building a competitive destination and establishing the Southern Downs as a leading inland tourism region that will provide direction for the tourism industry as a whole is the purpose of the Tourism Strategy.
Making sure that the experience on offer matches or exceeds the visitors’ expectations, and that the Southern Downs as a Region is focused on developing compelling reasons to visit forms part of the rationale of this document.
The aim of the consultation process was to establish longer term priorities for the tourism industry and identify how Council can maximize return on existing and ongoing investment in the industry.
The focus was both regional and local and the strategy presented to Council encompasses both broader regional strategies and initiatives together with more localised priorities and tactics.
Why is Council asking for Feedback?
At the Southern Downs Regional Council Community Services Committee Meeting, held on Wednesday, 15 August 2012 it was agreed that Tourism operators and the community generally be asked to provide written feedback on the Tourism Strategy Background Report and the Tourism Strategy document.
The below Feedback Form allows you to make comment on the Tourism Strategy Document and the Background Report.
To register your feedback, please complete and submit the attached form to
Chief Executive Officer
Southern Downs Regional Council
PO Box 26
WARWICK QLD 4370
or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions are to be received by close of business Friday, 28 September 2012 at 5pm.
To read the Background Report CLICK HERE
To read the proposed new Tourism Strategy CLICK HERE
To provide feedback on the Tourism Strategy CLICK HERE