Seal of Approval in Coffs Harbour

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.

 

At Dolphin Marine Magic, Marketing  Manager Christina Hyde and ‘Abby’ the Australian sea lion go nose-to-nose with dynamic visitor  information and  display the park’s current video right  on the premises.

At Dolphin Marine Magic, Marketing Manager Christina Hyde and ‘Abby’ the Australian sea lion go nose-to-nose with dynamic visitor information and display the park’s current video right on the premises.

 

Park Beach Bowling Club: Staff Kalen and Ellen with Manager Grant Walden.

Park Beach Bowling Club: Staff Kalen and Ellen with Manager Grant Walden.

 

C.ex Coffs: Marketing Manager Shona Hunter and Entertainment Manager David Ellis.

C.ex Coffs: Marketing Manager Shona Hunter and Entertainment Manager David Ellis.

C.ex Woolgoolga: Manager James Gallen and Administrator Lyn Morrow.

C.ex Woolgoolga: Manager James Gallen and Administrator Lyn Morrow.

C.ex Urunga: Manager Greg Angel and  Datatrax Training Manager Jill Buckley.

C.ex Urunga: Manager Greg Angel and
Datatrax Training Manager Jill Buckley.