COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ENQUIRIES
Sapphire Coast Destination Marketing are contracted to provide tourism services for the Bega Valley Shire Council for the period 2019-2022.
For enquiries regarding the former contract managers, Sapphire Coast Tourism Ltd, please contact Bega Valley Shire Council on 6499 2222.
PO Box 463 , Pambula 2549, NSW
Phone +61 2 8091 4124
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Sapphire Coast Vision and Platform for Growth
The Vision and Platform for Growth has launched! As a pillar of the Sapphire Coast TF 2030 program, and part of the Federal Government’s Regional Jobs and Industry program, the Vision and Platform for Growth was 12 months in the making, with the goal of increasing the skills and professionalism of our tourism industry and consequently lifting the region’s competitiveness as a destination. We’re pleased to say that the contents of the V&P are a direct result of input received by local industry and the document and vision have grown and evolved as a result of the input from local tourism operators who live and breathe this industry every day. Download it here.
Sapphire Coast Destination Marketing Overview 2019/2020
Many of you may be familiar with our recently released Activity Plan which details our delivery of destination marketing services for the 2019-2020 financial year. Follow this link to the complete document which will give you an insight into the corporate partners we’re working with, the industry development we’re undertaking and the general work that is being done behind the scenes at Sapphire Coast Destination Marketing.
Sapphire Coast Tourism Industry Skills Guide.
Follow the link here for our handy hashtag guide. The guide provides direction around preferred hashtags for our destination, so our collective efforts come together to promote the Sapphire Coast.
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Destination Management Plan Workshop Documents.
Economic Snapshot – Value of Tourism YE 2017 – VIEW HERE
Sapphire Coast Brand Toolkit.
Toolkit to support local industry when developing experiences.
The Tourism Export Toolkit is here.
Your introductory guide to inbound tourism in Australia. This toolkit has been produced by the Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) in partnership with Tourism Australia and as a result of collaborative participation from all State and Territory Tourism Offices – a first truly national collaboration of this nature.
Want to get International Ready?
Businesses who are keen to prepare and sell their business to inbound travellers are encouraged to contact SCDM to discuss participating in the International Program. This “export ready” program is run in conjunction with Destination NSW and you can read more about the program here.
How you handle an emergency situation can minimise the impact of events, determine the safety of your customers and employees and ensure a speedy recovery for your business.
Emergency management planning can help you identify risks to your business and how to best protect it. Business continuity and recovery strategies are other essential parts of business planning that should be included as you work towards becoming emergency ready.
Following the Tathra & District Fire event which occurred on 18th March, 2018 a case study was undertaken by the Tathra Sapphire Coast Tourism Resilience Project. It was identified that what happened to Tathra, could have occurred to any number of other coastal communities that rely heavily on tourism. It also recognises that the peak holiday season for our coastal communities also aligns with the highest bushfire risk period. This resource aims to provide essential information to local businesses in advance of a crisis event and how to prepare for, respond to, and recover from potentially significant emergency situations. Access it here.
Tourism Emergency Management Factsheet for Tourism Operators
The Bega Valley offers pristine natural environments consisting of stunning waterways and unspoilt areas of wilderness for tourists to enjoy. Our local environment can pose a challenge in times of natural disaster and this fact sheet has been developed to provide basic information to raise individual emergency management knowledge regarding a natural disaster and details of the relevant agencies that offer support to the community. This information is designed to assist tourism operators in their
emergency management preparation and is not intended to supersede any formal advice given to them by an appropriate authority. Follow the link below to access the factsheet.
Destination Management Plans
South Coast Regional Tourism Organisation destination management plan – June 2013