Australian Regional Tourism (ART) is calling for expressions of interest from passionate regional tourism experts to join the tourism ambassador team.
Regional Tourism can sometimes be a tricky space. Working in the regions, we don’t always have a team on hand to troubleshoot, brainstorm or lean on. Prolonged drought, bushfire and now COVID-19 have made times tough in regional Australia and as an industry, we need to support each other as we move forward. It’s what we do best!
The Tourism Hub has been designed specifically for regional tourism professionals to connect, share information and best practice solutions to common challenges. ART have been through a process of upgrading and enhancing some of the platform’s key features to enhance the user experience.
As this nears completion, we’re forming a regional tourism ambassador team, to act as our community experts, and to develop and share relevant information over a 12-month period.
If you are passionate about regional tourism and happy to share knowledgeable information, this may be a good opportunity for you.
This can be re-purposed from your business website and does not need to be re-created. Activity and words must be your own or from within your business
Blog posts should be emailed in a word format with minimum of one image
Login to spark a conversation / answer a question on your blog post
We’ll all get together via Zoom to brainstorm new content ideas and gaps.
Formal recognition of your role in the ambassador team at The Australian Regional Tourism Convention
To share your knowledge with regional tourism communities and become an industry recognised expert.
Yes, regardless of ART membership, any tourism professional working within Australia can join.
Free. ART host the platform for industry to own and curate content.
Absolutely, there is no need to re-create content if you already have it.
Unfortunately, this is not the place to hard sell products and services. We’d be more than happy to profile you on the Hub and across our social media channels.
Of course! You should be properly credited for the content you create.
Yes, you sure can. If it’s relevant to regional tourism, send it to us for consideration.