Albury Wodonga Visitor Economy Trends
This report present key statistics and information about the number and type of visitors to Albury Wodonga. More specifically, data is provided on domestic day visitors, domestic overnight visitors and international visitors to Albury Wodonga. The report also benchmarks Albury Wodonga’s performance in comparison to other regional destinations, and measures the social media engagement and on-site visitor information enquiries recorded through the Albury and Wodonga Visitor Information Centre’s.
Albury Wodonga Visitor Economy Trends (2017 – published by AlburyCity and Wodonga Council).
Murray Region Quarterly Update: Year ended December 2018
As a continued commitment to providing valuable research to our industry, AlburyCity and the City of Wodonga together with the Murray Region Tourism Organisation is pleased to provide one consolidated report, outlining key visitation results for the Murray region and associated sub destinations. We believe the data provided in this report will assist both decision making and business planning. View the report here..
Albury Wodonga 2019 – 2023 Destination Management Plan
Through the Two Cities One Community (you could add the link to the 2C1C plan under the highlighted words) Strategic Plan, the community clearly articulated its desire to capitalise on the opportunities that the visitor economy presents for improving the social and economic prosperity of the destination. The inaugural Albury Wodonga Destination Management Plan 2029 – 2023 (AWDMP); through community and stakeholder consultation has been developed for the combined region which is marketed under the visitALBURYWODONGA brand and aligns with several existing states and regional, sub-regional and local plans and strategies.
The key objectives of the AWDMP are to:
• Grow visitor numbers (especially during non-peak periods);
• Increase visitor spend;
• Introduce more commissionable (paid) product; and
• Increase profile by State and tourism agencies.
Murray Regional Tourism Destination Management Plan
The Murray Destination Management Plan (DMP) provides the blueprint to secure growth and economic vibrancy for the region. The DMP is a strategic plan whcih builds ont he outcomes of the Murray region DMP 2012, to provide an updated strategic approach to prioritising key tourism expereinces and product development and ensure continued sustainable growth of the visitor economy.
Destination Riverina Murray Destination Management Plan
Destination Riverina Murray (DRM) is one of six Destination Networks established by the NSW Government. With the objective of driving growth to the visitor economy, the DRM Destination Management Plan identifies how it will strengthen the region’s visitor economy by developing strong partnerships with industry, local government and tourism organisations to collectively contribute towards increasing visitation, expenditure and dispersal within the Riverina Murray region.