January 7, 2020

Take our Tourism Survey

Are you a visitor to the Bathurst Region?

If so, we would love you to tell us a little about your experiences and help us better understand and improve local tourism. We are undertaking a survey of visitors along with our neighbouring Councils. 

Data generated by this survey will, for the first time, build a detailed picture of the actual visitors to the Bathurst region and provide a better understanding of where visitors come from, why they visit the local area and their contribution to the local economy. This will allow Bathurst Regional Council to better plan for the future and improve the visitor experience in the region.

The survey is jointly supported by the Western Research Institute (WRI),  Central NSW Joint Organisation of Councils and its ten Central NSW member councils and Destination Network Country and Outback, NSW.


Thank you for participating. Your feedback in this survey is greatly appreciated and will make a difference to our ability to make the best decisions for our region.

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