Experience the high life
Four councils from the New England high country have joined forces, launching an ambitious campaign to draw tourists to the many and varied attractions of the region.
Mackay invests in economic activities
The Mackay region is one of the fastest growing areas in Queensland and, to ensure the region continues to grow and prosper, the Mackay Regional Council is investing in its economic future.
Setting a new WaterMarc
Banyule City Council has undertaken a massive regeneration of the Greensborough precinct, with the WaterMarc leisure and aquatic facility taking centre stage.
Survey reveals a robust industry
The Daylesford & Macedon Ranges Regional Tourism Board Inc. has announced the latest visitor survey results, revealing an 11.4 percent increase in visitation across the region, bringing total visitor numbers to 3.34 million in the year ending in June 2012.
Future directions in tourism & economic development
From the Shire of Esperance Council ‘SuperTowns’ Team, Western Australia. In 2011, Esperance was chosen as one of nine Western Australian towns to participate in the State Government’s ‘SuperTowns’ program.
Big plans for Broome’s Chinatown
The Broome community is being asked for its input into an extensive new strategy aimed at reinforcing Chinatown’s role as the historic and commercial heart of the town.
Beachside Scarborough gets major boost
The City of Stirling and Tourism WA have joined forces, signing a three-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the intent of working together to create a quality beachside tourism precinct in Scarborough.
More than a museum
Since opening in 2011, Newcastle Museum has gone from strength to strength, gaining accolades for its sustainable design, its exhibitions, and the sensitive restoration of the historic Honeysuckle site.
Council celebrates tourism’s contribution
The Colac Otway Shire Council and Otways Tourism hosted Tourism Week in September this year, acknowledging the sector’s significant contribution to the community and economy of the region.
‘Cultural Vitality Plan’ turns one
The City of Melville’s ‘Cultural Vitality Plan 2011-2014’ is the first ever three-year plan for the City, with its aim being to enhance and support cultural development throughout the community.
Our trees, our streets, our community
Sutherland Shire in New South Wales has turned revenue raised from environmental offences into a successful community tree-planting program, revitalising the public spaces in the region.
Major new reserve attracts hundreds
Goldenfields, a new 12-hectare reserve developed by the City of Tea Tree Gully in northeast Adelaide, is already attracting hundreds of visitors each week to the large range of facilities on offer.
An innovative pipe rehabilitation and repair system
The concept is simple, rehabilitating degraded underground and internal pipes without digging them up. From residential to commercial and industrial or high-rise buildings, it makes no difference, Nuflow can repair any type of pipe utilising the latest technologies in potable approved epoxy resins.
Grasshopper Turf lives up to the task
A shortage of open space in the City of Greater Geraldton local government area saw a proposal to restore the Eadon Clarke Reserve to its former glory, with funding sourced from all levels of government and from the Eadon Clarke Management Committee.