Limestone Coast Local Government Tourism Management Group (LCTMG)
The Limestone Coast Local Government Tourism Management Group (LCTMG) support the work of the Tourism Industry Development Manager (TIDM) and the LCLGA Priorities to Grow Our Visitor Economy by 2020 Strategic Plan:Increase 2-way communication across the region and a closer connection to regional tourism activities:
- Build and strengthen the network of tourism expertise across the region
- Identify opportunities to collaborate and create efficiencies
- Develop and implement a Limestone Coast Regional Tourism Strategy.
- Review and guide the implementation of the 2015-2017 Work plan.
- Engage with the tourism industry and encourage a collaborative approach to further developing the visitor economy.
- Provide advice on marketing the region as a destination to visit, live, invest and stay.
- Develop and strengthen strategic partnerships with key stakeholders, such as the South Australia Tourism Commission, Regional Development Australia and relevant industry groups like the Limestone Coast Collaborative etc.
More information on LCLGA Committees and Working Groups Here
Tourism Industry Development Manager
The position is a partnership between the Limestone Coast Local Government Association and the South Australian Tourism Commission.
LCLGA Priorities to Grow Our Visitor Economy by 2020 - Plan
Current Projects / Initiatives
Attendance at a number of Travel Trade Events and Consumer Travel Shows is planned in 2018. Once again, the region will attend the Largest Travel Trade Event in Australia – The Australian Tourism Exchange, along with European Product Workshop, Australia Marketplace and Discover SA.
Treasures Trail for China
The Limestone Coast Government Association has partnered with South Australia Tourism Commission to develop a trail across the region that serves up and easily identifies experiences that are suitable to our Chinese-speaking visitors. This was designed locally by Bianca Gillin and printed by Hansen Print in both English and Mandarin and we also were able to engage a local translator - Xui Bai (also known as Snowie).
In addition to having these available at Visitor Information Centres in the Limestone Coast and into the Western Districts of Victoria, we have a commercial arrangement with the Adelaide Airport directly outside International arrivals - leveraging the increase in arrivals from China Southern Airlines. Distribution of these brochures will be in the last week of April.
Treasure Trails for China - English or Treasure Trails for China - Mandarin