Thankfully most of the borders are open and even WA is set to rejoin the east and we are one country again. We look forward to those travel plans for millions of Aussies taking shape in 2022. The top end and many regional towns have seen a boom. Last year we were especially privileged to work with some fantastic staff in Visitor Centers and Major Clubs and attractions to really enhance the content for some great destinations including;
Combined over 360 new Cafe’s, Restaurants, Accommodation, attractions, Services and Retail have joined the network and I am lucky enough to have spoken with every one of those wonderful businesses like yours. We look forward to rebounding with you in 2022.
In January we will be working across the country to further that work as a good start for 2022 for Broken Hill, Moree, Coonabarabran, Bunbury, Cooma, Eden, Ballina, Dungog, Echuca, Euston, Ipswich, plus many more as we assist many towns capitalise on our great ability to access travellers by both the TourismTouchscreen and the App Take You There in their travels to “Stay Longer and See and Do More”.
While it has been very difficult to get WA, Queensland and Tasmania back fully with the borders, we look forward to that in this year and can’t wait to get Deloraine, Sheffield and Devonport on the network, as they have been waiting since the borders went up.
Stay safe, get boosted, go on holiday.
Paul Buckley CEO