Seven Valleys Tourism invites local tourism industry to stakeholder engagement workshops.

Lithgow City Council is developing a new Seven Valleys Destination Action Plan (DAP). The DAP will set the City’s destination management agenda, direction, and priorities to sustainably grow the visitor economy over the next five years. More specifically, it will consider supply, demand, and enablers for implementation.

Critical to the success of the project will be the insights gathered from the local tourism industry, and the community to inform the shape of the DAP. 

If you have an interest in tourism, the Council welcomes your participation in one of the consultation sessions to discuss the opportunities and priorities for the Seven Valleys.

There will be three workshops for the tourism industry across the city.

In addition to the three general industry sessions, another nine workshops will be held with other stakeholders, varying from government agencies to business associations.

Mayor Maree Statham said, “to front this is an exciting opportunity, to canvas the views of the tourism industry and community groups to benefit local tourism. There is a comprehensive list of tourism stakeholders being consulted, and this is an opportunity for everyone to have their say”.

The links to book your place and participate in the Stakeholder workshops are as follows:

Lithgow – Maldhan Ngurr Nurra Lithgow Transformation Hub – Tuesday 5th September 2.30pm – 5.00pm

Portland – The Annex at The Foundations Portland – Wednesday 6th September – 1.30pm – 4.00pm

Wallerawang – Barton Centre at Black Gold Motel – Thursday 7th September – 9.00am – 11.30am

Refreshments will be provided. Please register quickly to avoid disappointment. For any questions, please contact Simon Francis, Tourism Manager Lithgow City Council, on 63529130.

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