New Sites and Upgrades from Top to Bottom

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Datatrax has had another exciting month of installations and upgrades across the network. With two installs crews travelling concurrently through the north and the south, we’ve been able to both add new locations to the TourismTouchscreen Network and bring more kiosks online in the month of June.

We are very pleased to welcome the Kakadu National Park Visitor Information Centre and the Cape Otway Lightstation to the network. Other upgraded members include the visitor information centres in Darwin, Katherine, Yarrawonga, Warrnambool, Port Fairy, Yarra Valley, and Dandenong Ranges, and many sites are helping to promote downloads of the Take You There mobile app with banner displays.

If you would like to use any Datatrax photos for local media releases, newsletters, member broadcasts, or award submissions, we invite you to contact us at hq@datatrax.com. We are also happy to provide additional media information regarding the TourismTouchscreen Network, Take You There, and our ongoing research and development into future digital media solutions. Please contact us for further information.

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Cape Otway Lightstation Manager Paul Thompson.
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Kakadu Visitor Centre manager Tracey (centre right) with staff Zalan (far left), Staneil (centre left), and Brooke (far right).
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Katherine Visitor Centre staff Vivian (right) with Datatrax’s Jill Buckley.
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Tourism Top End Manager Julie Lawrance.
Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre Manager Sue Kinna and Datatrax's Steve Nichol
Warrnambool VIC Manager Sue Kinna and Datatrax’s Steve Nichol.
Port Fairy VIC staff member Sharon Parker.
Port Fairy VIC staff member Sharon Parker.