A new campaign to encourage travel to Australia will focus on specific regions in Tasmania, including Bruny Island.
03 September 2009
Australia tourist encouraged to Tasmania
A new AU$2 million tourism campaign by the Tasmanian Government will take a new marketing direction and target the state's internationally recognised destinations.
"We need to actually break that sort of thinking, we need to get them to say 'hmmm' I didn't realise Tasmania had that kind of offering," she said.
The marketing focus by Tourism Tasmania will move from advertising Tasmania as a whole to targeting specific features, like the Barnbougle Dunes golf course and the Bay of Fires on the east coast.
These places, and the Bruny Island Cruise Company in the state's south, have been chosen for new print and online advertising campaign in Australian magazines and newspapers.
The new campaign will run for three years.
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