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Current Operator Opportunities

  • TripAdvisor Campaign

Tweed Tourism is planning some campaign activity soon (pending lockdown) with Tripadvisor. As such, we’re providing a heads up to our tours, activities and attractions operators and providing the opportunity to list with Viator, a Tripadvisor company to ensure you’re live and bookable prior to the campaign launch. In anticipation, TripAdvisor has created a dedicated Tweed page HERE. Plus, all bookable experiences now appear in one place HERE.

If you would like to be involved please contact Industry Liaison, Sally Scott, sscott@thetweed.com.au

  • #LoveTheTweed Campaign

Border and travel restrictions are having an impact on The Tweed once again. Therefore we’re bringing back #LoveTheTweed to encourage Tweed Shire residents to support and love local!

We are looking for new initiatives and enticing local deals; but this is less about discounting and more about connecting locals to relevant ‘COVID-19’ safe offerings during this crisis.

Our ‘Love The Tweed’ campaign is designed to drive awareness for a captive local audience to support local business.

With regards to the strategy, we are:
– Developing a unique page in the VisitTheTweed.com.au website,
– Engaging locals via social channels, and
– Delivering a paid media strategy, inclusive of local print.

Submit an innovation or offer any time through HERE

Need help with idea? Follow our guide HERE

If you need help brainstorming an idea, please contact our Industry Liaison e: sscott@thetweed.com.au

  • Online Holiday Deals (OHD)

OHD’s can be uploaded and updated at any time, however, our team will periodically advertise for deals to be uploaded for periods of marketing activation and promotion.



TTC News

Stay up to date with all the latest news by subscribing to our industry e-newsletter TTC News. You can also contact Sally Scott to share news that you would like other operators in the Tweed to know about.

Business events

The Tweed region is a popular location for conferences, corporate retreats and industry meetings with a range of venues and settings on offer, from beachside boardrooms to river-view spots and green valley or country town spaces.

Get in touch if you would like to talk more about how your business can benefit from business events and take a look at our comprehensive Tweed Business Events Guide

This guide is updated every 12-18 months so let us know if you would like to be involved in the next edition.

Marketing opportunities

Tourism businesses in the Tweed can benefit by partnering with us on a range of targeted and cost-effective marketing opportunities from digital marketing, social media promotions, visiting journalist program, cooperative advertising and more. Opportunities are communicated via our regular TTC News e-newsletter and via our corporate Facebook page so be sure to subscribe and follow us to learn of upcoming activities.

Latest market research

Visitation data for the Tweed region (based on the local government area) is collected via Tourism Research Australia’s National and International Visitor Surveys and provides insights into our current visitor markets and the value of tourism to the region.

Periodical updates to visitor data will be shared via our TTC News e-newsletter and here on our corporate website.

Contact us

Our team is here to help all tourism operators in the Tweed region and we are looking forward to talking to you and visiting your business.

Reach out to talk through any queries and share your news – our Industry Liaison Sally Scott will be able to point you in the right direction.

Sally Scott, TTC Industry Liaison
0459 025 896


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Destination Management Plan (DMP)

The inaugural Tweed DMP is a long-term strategic vision for tourism in the Tweed to 2030. The strategic intent aims to position the Tweed as a world’s best practice sustainably managed destination with nature at the core of the experience.

The Tweed Tourism Company wishes to recognise the generations of the local Aboriginal people of the Bundjalung Nation who have lived in and derived their physical and spiritual needs from the forests, rivers, lakes and streams of this beautiful valley over many thousands of years as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands.