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Grab the book and be a tourism ambassador


Eurobodalla Council’s new tourism holiday guide arrived last week and 70,000 copies are now making their way to visitor distribution outlets right around NSW, ACT, northern Victoria, and throughout Eurobodalla.

Mayor Liz Innes is encouraging residents to pick up a few copies and become a tourism ambassador.

“Our visitor economy is responsible for almost 30 per cent of local jobs and that means tourism is everyone’s business in Eurobodalla,” she said.

“Give the new holiday guide to your friends and relatives when they visit or when you visit them over the holidays.

“This year’s edition tells lovely tales of our wonderful attractions and our towns and villages, and the photos are just phenomenal.

“Keep a copy handy at home so you can encourage your out-of-town visitors to see everything that Eurobodalla has to offer. You could even send a copy with gifts you might be posting to friends and family interstate or overseas.”

“The holiday guide is a great way to encourage visitors to stay a bit longer and spend a bit more while they’re here,” Clr Innes said.

Locals can pick up copies at visitor information centres, petrol stations, shopping centres and more than 30 other high profile outlets throughout Eurobodalla.

The guide is produced and distributed by Council’s tourism team and fully paid for by its advertisers. Media Release


HOT OFF THE PRESS: Mayor Liz Innes is encouraging residents to pick up a few copies of the 2017 Eurobodalla Holiday Guide and become tourism ambassadors.

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