The evolution of the network continues to progress at a monstrous pace. The latest member to upgrade to a wall-mounted Quest unit is the National Dinosaur Museum! At the iconic attraction in our hometown of Canberra, the new kiosk has completely new hardware and presents the Museum’s video from the main screen. Visitors can also stomp through and get the most interactive local and national information on accommodation, restaurants, and more.
Our relationships with hosts like the National Dinosaur Museum are what forms the bones of the entire network. The ability to offer customised information at the very top level allows us to deliver even more value to those locations. At the same time more platforms in more places means greater exposure for everyone who promotes on the TourismTouchscreen Network!
Coffs has gone the way of the Hunter Valley, with five new sites installed in the Coffs Harbour Region. The Coffs Coast Visitor Information Centre is now supported by five local operators who now showcase local and national tourism information. Quest kiosks have been installed at Park Beach Bowling Club, the C.ex Group’s three clubs in Coffs Harbour, Urunga, and Woolgoolga, and at the iconic Dolphin Marine Magic. Each location’s custom-branded display is visible at the top level and acts as a gateway to the TourismTouchscreen network.