Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Blue Mountains. $30,000 for tourism project

The NSW Government has committed $30,000 to an indigenous tourism program for the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. The Minister for Small Business, Peter Primrose, said the financial assistance would be matched by funds from Blue Mountains, Lithgow and Oberon Tourism. “The assistance will pay for research, as well as eventually delivering a growth strategy for indigenous tourism. The project aims to build awareness and demand for indigenous tourism through the creation of a consistent brand and a range of indigenous tourism products,” he said. The grant is part of the NSW Government’s Strategic Business Clusters Program,

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