Central Coast Mayor Lisa Matthews says the council’s five-year Tourism Opportunity Plan will allow Council, tourism operators and the community to work on improving visitor experiences.
The plan, she says, recognises the strengths of our region, identifies challenges and opportunities and seeks greater efforts to capitalise on them for the future, with a goal to boost the visitor economy for the region by $70million.
“This Plan encompasses the very small to the large. It embraces areas such as heritage, cultural and environmental offerings, revitalising our places and the aesthetics of the physical region,” Mayor Matthews said.
“It allows us to explore opportunities such as new live music experiences, better food and beverage service levels or extended retail hours at local businesses”.
Council adopted the five-year plan on 8 October 2019