Sally from Southbound Escapes says, "We are privileged and delighted to advise that Southbound Escapes is moving from its retail premises to the Narooma Visitor Information Centre". "From Friday July 1st, we will be providing both visitors and locals with information on the best things to do and see in the area, and renewed access to the Lighthouse Museum.
"Southbound Escapes will continue to provide its e-bike hire, bike hire, tours, accommodation and pop-up picnics & events from its new home.
If you would like more information please contact Sally at email@example.com Lei Parker, Editor of the Beagle and owner of Eurobodalla's comprehensive tourism website South Coast Travel Guide
extended his congratulations on the initiative that will restore a vital Visitor Information Centre to the town that will serve to promote local attractions, businesses and the wider region. "Eurobodalla Council, under the term of Innes and Dale, to advice from consultants that Visitor Information Centres were expensive, poorly frequented and not worth supporting saying instead that tourism marketing effort should be directed where the "fish are biting" being Instagram and Facebook. This advice saw the closure of the incredibly successful Narooma Visitor Centre that was run by volunteers, leaving the building vacant for the past year. While the Narooma Visitor Centre building and Lighthouse Museum are owned by the Crown and can't be sold the Batemans Bay Information Centre recently was sold for $1.55 million with the proceeds destined to help cover the first year's running cost of the new pool opposite.