Destination Southern Highlands
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As a Destination Southern Highlands Partner you will:
- Have the opportunity to promote your business through the Southern Highlands Welcome Centre.
- Be part of Destination Southern Highlands national promotional campaigns, generating millions of dollars in publicity for the Southern Highlands via local, state and national publications, websites, social media, radio and TV.
- Have the opportunity to promote your business/products/events on the visitsouthernhighlands.com.au website.
- Receive partnership benefits which are outlined in the prospectus below.
By partnering with Destination Southern Highlands you’re becoming part of a network of over 350 tourism and related businesses in and around the Southern Highlands, with benefits including: Marketing & Promotion, the Southern Highlands Welcome Centre and Industry Development.
DESTINATION SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS PARTNERS FACEBOOK GROUP
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join or update your business DETAILS
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Partnership Form (which needs to be completed both for renewing and new businesses).
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This is where you will find information and available Grant Funding.
second submission deadline is 5pm monday 30 june 2021*
Business Events Australia’s Advance Program is a partnership marketing initiative that provides financial assistance to Australian industry to support marketing and distribution projects aimed at driving business events visitation to Australia.
wine export grants
Applications are now open and will be assessed on a first-come, first-served basis
To help counter the impacts of COVID-19 on in-market events, Wine Australia is offering $1 million towards Wine Export Grants Round 2. Wine producers may be eligible for up to $25,000 in reimbursement for the cost of promotional activities n any export market.
regional tourism activation fund – unique & high impact visitor experiences
stream one aPPLICATIONS CLOSE 11 AUGUST 2021
Grants between $200,000 and $5 million are available for projects that create unique and high impact visitor experiences for people visiting regional NSW and encourage more people to plan and book holidays in regional areas.
regional tourism activation fund – VISITOR ACCESSIBILITY & INCLUSION ENHANCEMENTS
STREAM TWO APPLICATIONS CLOSE 11 AUGUST 2021
Grants between $50,000 and $500,000 are available for projects that improve accessibility and inclusion at high impact tourism destinations and visitor experiences.
small business covid-19 support grant
Available to businesses and sole traders with a turnover of more than $75,000 per annum but below the NSW Government 2020-21 payroll tax threshold of $1,200,000 as at 1 July 2020.
These businesses must have fewer than 20 full time equivalent employees and an Australian Business Number (ABN) registered in New South Wales or be able to demonstrate they are physically located and primarily operating in New South Wales. (Full criteria will be available in coming days on the Service NSW website).
hospitality & tourism covid-19 support grant
Available to tourism or hospitality businesses that have a turnover of more than $75,000 and an annual Australian wages bill of below $10 million, as at 1 July 2020.
These business must have an Australian Business Number (ABN) registered in New South Wales or be able to demonstrate they are physically located and primarily operating in New South Wales. (Full criteria will be available in coming days on the Service NSW website).
Check out the latest industry alerts here.
have your say – challenges for small businesses in the southern highlands
Have Your Say – Challenges For Small Business In The Southern Highlands
nsw tourism gets a $6.5million boost
NSW Tourism Gets a $6.5 million Boost
new short-term holiday rental rules announced for nsw hosts
SHORT TERM RENTAL ACCOMMODATION FIRE SAFETY STANDARDS
The NSW Government has implemented a new statewide regulatory framework for short-term rental accommodation
COVID-19 IMPORTANT REMINDER
28 June 2021
The Southern Highlands remains OPEN FOR BUSINESS and no formal lockdown or hotspot advice has been received from the State Government for our Shire to-date.
BOWRAL CBD FIRE UPDATE
12 JULY 2021
Please find below the Bowral CBD Fire flyer prepared by Wingecarribee Shire Council to assist businesses in the Bowral CBD (and to advise Industry across the region) with steps for what’s next and contact details.
COVID & THE BOWRAL CBD FIRE UPDATE
14 JULY 2021
The Southern Highlands remains OPEN FOR BUSINESS but
due to both COVID and the recent devastating Bowral CBD Fire the town of Bowral and its businesses are quite literally suffering a double whammy!
covid-19 industry update
16 july 2021
Wingecarribee Shire Council is keeping our community and businesses updated on COVID-19 and its ever changing dynamic so that we all know what is happening and what we need to do to keep ourselves and everyone safe.
bowral cbd fire update #2
16 july 2021
Please find the second Bowral CBD Fire information flyer prepared by Wingecarribee Shire Council to assist businesses in the Bowral CBD (and to advise Industry across the region) with what’s happened in the past seven days and what’s next.