About the Destination Management Plan
The draft Destination Management Plan (DMP) identifies the key strategies and actions to develop Newcastle’s visitor economy and tourism marketing opportunities.
In 2019 Newcastle's visitor economy was valued at $945 million in economic output and supported close to 5,000 jobs. The visitor economy has been significantly impacted by COVID-19 and the draft DMP discusses strategies to assist our economy on the path to recovery.
Have your say
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To help us achieve a great outcome for the Newcastle Destination Management Plan we encourage your feedback on the Draft Plan. Comment in the below form to provide your feedback.
The public exhibition period closes midnight Friday 22 January 2021.
PO Box 489, Newcastle, NSW 2300
Subject: Submission - Destination Management Plan *Reference 'Destination Management Plan' in the title for emailed and posted submissions.
Note: Writing a submission is one way of sharing your views and opinions with Council. All submissions are considered before making a decision and your submission may be included in a report to Council. If you wish to have information in your submission suppressed, you will need to request this in writing.
What happens next?
During the exhibition, all interested persons are encouraged to view the draft Plan and provide written comments. All comments received will be reported to a future Council meeting for consideration before a final decision is made.
Protecting your privacy
The City of Newcastle is committed to protecting your privacy. We take reasonable steps to comply with relevant legislation and Council policy.
Purpose of collecting personal details:
Council is collecting this information to determine the local community’s views and opinions on the proposal outlined.
Information provided as part of the consultation will be used as part of the investigation into the proposal, and may be included in future reports on the issue.
Storage and security:
Information provided will be stored on Council's database and will be subject to Council’s information and privacy policies.
Individuals can access data to check accuracy by contacting Council.