The Canberra Region Joint Organisation (CBRJO) provides a forum for councils, state agencies and other stakeholders to work together at a regional level to identify shared priorities.
The member councils involved include Bega, Eurobodalla, Hilltops, Goulburn Mulwaree, Queanbeyan-Palerang, Snowy Monaro, Upper Lachlan and Yass Valley. Collectively with the ACT Government, they form the Canberra Region Joint Organisation (CBRJO).
The boundaries of the new Destination Networks (DNs) aim to reflect the consumer’s approach to experiences and visitation patterns, and encourage the development of visitor economy initiatives. To drive the growth of the visitor economy in Regional NSW, six new and professionalised regional tourism entities have been established.
The Destination Southern NSW is one of 6 networks formed by Destination NSW.
Destination Southern NSW includes the Tablelands and Hilltops regions, Snowy Mountains and the Far South Coast. The role of the DNs will be to facilitate visitor economy growth at the local level, through representing and co-ordinating the region’s tourism industry. DNs will predominantly be destination managers. Their core responsibilities will be
Industry engagement and industry development
Training and education
Preliminary review of local RVEF
Collaboration with DNSW on industry activities