The Group was commissioned by the Cradle Coast Authority to undertake a Review of Visitor (Tourism) Services across the Cradle Coast region. The Review was undertaken to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of visitor services and to demarcate the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders (the region’s Councils, RTOs, LTAs and the TVIN) in the delivery of visitor services across the region.
The Group was commissioned by Clarence Valley Council to undertake a Review of Tourism Services in the region. The primary objectives of the review were to examine the current and likely future needs of the tourism industry across the region, provide a recommendation for the optimum method to deliver effective tourism services and to explore the governance related arraignments and options that provide the maximum level of benefit to the tourism sector.
The Group was commissioned by Launceston City Council, with support from Tourism Tasmania, to develop a Strategic Tourism Plan for Launceston for the next 10 year period. Whilst the brief focused on Launceston Local Government Area (LGA) specifically, the implications for the surrounding areas (the Tamar Valley wine region in particular) also needed to be considered.
The project also involved an assessment of the LGA’s provision of visitor information services and resulted in a range of recommendations which provided a larger range of visitors to the LGA access to visitor information.
The Group was commissioned by the Project Management Committee established to manage the Queensland Network Review on behalf of the Queensland Tourism Strategy Implementation Steering Committee. The outcome from this Network Review was to reach conclusions and provide options for enhancing the State’s tourism network.