More than 100 tourism industry delegates from around Victoria visited Murrindindi Shire for the Visitor Information Services Summit held on 21, 22 and 23 August at Holmesglen @ Eildon.
Murrindindi Shire Council Mayor, Sandice McAulay said the Summit included a number of ‘Discover Dindi’ study tours for delegates to see and learn about the fantastic natural attractions and tourism businesses we have in the Shire.
“The Victoria Tourism Industry Council’s Visitor Information Services Summit is the annual meeting for all visitor information services personnel, economic development staff and regional tourism bodies. Delegates from all over the state come together to be inspired and exchange ideas through professional development sessions, case study presentations, keynote addresses and study tours. It’s all about delving into the customer experience of tourists using visitor information services, like Visitor Information Centres.
“Thank you to the local businesses, including Sedona Estate, Bonfire Station and Fallon’s Bus Service, who supported the Summit with local produce and services, as well as those involved in our study tours – we couldn’t have done it without you,” Cr McAulay said.