Marketing Campaigns

HAVE A LITTLE ADVENTURE 2020 CAMPAIGN - Launch Sunday 16 August 2020


The next Have A Little Adventure tourism campaign was to be in-market from March 2020 to increase shoulder season visitation.

The timeline was adjusted in line with government travel advice but with NSW travel restrictions now lifted, the 2020 Have A Little Adventure campaign will launch 16 August to entice visitors from September right through the peak season.

The campaign includes television, outdoor and social media advertising of the Central Coast region's tourism experiences and will promote businesses featured on the official tourism information website VisitCentralCoast.com.au.Tourism Central Coast acknowledges the investment of Central Coast Council and the following tourism industry businesses.

  • Australian Reptile Park
  • Mercure Kooindah Waters Resort 
  • Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific
     
  • Ettalong Diggers
  • NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Park
  • Central Coast Stadium
  • Woy Woy Fishermans Wharf
  • Norah Head Holiday Park
  • Budgewoi Holiday Park
  • Toowoon Holiday Park
  • Canton Beach Holiday Park
  • Patonga Campground
     
  • Accom Holidays - Ettalong
  • Accom Holidays - Terrigal
  • Al Mare Beachfront Retreat
  • Anderson's Boatshed
  • Aquafun Avoca Lake
  • Avoca Beach Seafoods
  • Bells at Killcare
  • Blue Lagoon Beach Resort
  • Bon Pavilion
  • Central Coast Leagues Club
  • Distillery Botanica
  • Galaxy Motel (Gosford RSL)
  • Hawkesbury River Oyster Shed
  • Jasmine Greens
  • Kartatak Raceway
  • Noonaweena
  • Norah Head Light House
  • Ooomph Cafe Gosford
  • Sydney Oyster Farm Tours
  • Patonga Campground
  • Pocket Bar Terrigal
  • Pullman Magenta Shores
  • Sail Central Coast
  • Shelly Beach Holiday Resort
  • Six String Brewery
  • The Entrance Lakehouse
  • Treetops Adventure Park
Watch Have a Little Adventure 2020 TV commercials click here
 
View Have a Little Adventure 2020 Outdoor retail advertising click here.

#LOVECENTRALCOAST CAMPAIGN

The #LoveCentralCoast campaign has been developed to support our local economy from within, sharing the innovation with our Central Coast community, as we adapt to the new temporary ‘state of play’ under COVID-19 restrictions. Locals supporting locals. Now’s the time to #LoveCentralCoast.

Central Coast Council has launched a series of Love Local online guides available at the Visit Central Coast website. The Love Local guides highlight the creativity of Central Coast businesses to adapt to this changing retail and service industry environment due to the impacts of Coronavirus.

The guides help our residents see how and where they can buy local and support their local businesses to help keep them and our local economy going – now and into recovery.

The Love Local guides available at VisitCentralCoast.com.au and include the following and more:

  • Shopping - Our boutiques and bespoke retailers, delivering to your door
  • Food and Drink – Our producers delivering to your door
  • Food and Drink – Restaurants and cafes delivering to your door
  • Taking it online – Virtual workshops and e-classes for kids
  • Taking it online – Workshops and e-classes for adults.

We're encouraging people to #lovecentralcoast by supporting local businesses. If that's you, now is the time to ensure that your free business profile on VisitCentralCoast.com.au is looking its best with top quality images, videos and the latest information on your operating hours and services.  
 

How you can be involved in this campaign:

  • Our social media handles have changed from @visitcentralcoastnsw to @lovecentralcoastnsw (Instagram) and @lovecentralcoast (Facebook).
  • Download and share this #lovecentralcoast social media tile on your social media channels, tag our new handles and add the hashtag #LoveCentralCoast.
  • When you tag our new handles,  we can reshare your content across our own@lovecentralcoast channels.
  • We will be developing a series of Love Local Guides hosted on www.visitcentralcoast.com.au and promoted via our socials. They will be designed to support local businesses with themes including producers, restaurants and cafes finding ways to operate, virtual tours and experiences, retailers offering online delivery and online workshops hosted by Central Coast businesses. The guides will evolve, so keep sharing and tagging your stories with us, so we can include you in this content.
  • Update or create your listing on VisitCentralCoast.com.au, the official destination information site for the Central Coast.

Longer-term, this Central Coast community spirit will strengthen us for when the green shoots of tourism recovery appear. 

 #LoveCentralCoast

@lovecentralcoastnsw (Instagram)

@lovecentralcoast (Facebook)


ALWAYS ON  -  2020 NEWS AND EVENTS

You can now promote your 2020 events and your news for free on VisitCentralCoast.com.au by updating your business profile.*

Updating your business profile with what's new, news and what's on at your place not only keeps you top of mind and interesting to our visitors but also gives people a reason to visit and keep them coming back.

If you have a one-off or regular event, this will give visitors a reason to visit all throughout the year and regular events keep them coming back.
 
Community events, festivals, sporting events, theatre shows, markets, natural events, concerts, performances or exhibitions; small or large, weekly, monthly or annual; if it’s on, let us help you promote it!      

if you are a new business, have upgraded or changed, have something new to offer or just have a nice local story to share  - you can easily add this to your profile too:

 

No listing? No problem, you can create one here.

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