Destination Management Plan 2024

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Help us shape the future of visitation in the Blue Mountains.

The Draft Destination Management Plan is on public exhibition, and you’re invited to provide your feedback.

The Blue Mountains is a unique and special place for those of us lucky enough to live, work and play here, and our visitors. We are one of only two cities in the world surrounded by a World Heritage Area, a place of unique geography and stunning landscape.

What is a Destination Management Plan?
A destination management plan is plan for pro-active management of a destination over a period of time. It supports collaboration between government, industry and community to articulate a shared vision for a destination to drive action to protect its environment, community and cultural values.

A Destination Management Plan considers the challenges and opportunities specific to the destination and seeks to identify strategic priorities, including the tourism product and infrastructure required to support sustainable visitation.

Why do we need a Destination Management Plan?
A vibrant, resilient visitor economy offers significant benefits for our region and community. And it is essential that we plan for and manage growth in a holistic way that minimises any negative impacts of visitation and ensures that the Blue Mountains continues to be a great place to live, work and visit long into the future.

To do this successfully we need a solid framework and plan of action to guide us in making and implementing decisions.

How to have your say

The Draft Destination Management Plan is now on public exhibition. It has been written following extensive consultation with stakeholders, the broader community and industry, which identified a wide range of opportunities and threats, and highlighted nine key projects that will support the achievement of the plan’s objectives.

Now is your chance to review the draft and provide your feedback so we can improve and fine tune the plan before it’s adopted and implemented.

Complete the submission form below. Submissions are open until 19 June.

What happens next?
Following the exhibition period, submissions on the Draft Destination Management Plan will be collated and considered by the project working group for revising the Plan.

The final Destination Management Plan will be presented to Council for adoption later in 2024. Once the Plan is adopted by Council, the process of implementing the Destination Management Plan will start.

Help us shape the future of visitation in the Blue Mountains.

The Draft Destination Management Plan is on public exhibition, and you’re invited to provide your feedback.

The Blue Mountains is a unique and special place for those of us lucky enough to live, work and play here, and our visitors. We are one of only two cities in the world surrounded by a World Heritage Area, a place of unique geography and stunning landscape.

What is a Destination Management Plan?
A destination management plan is plan for pro-active management of a destination over a period of time. It supports collaboration between government, industry and community to articulate a shared vision for a destination to drive action to protect its environment, community and cultural values.

A Destination Management Plan considers the challenges and opportunities specific to the destination and seeks to identify strategic priorities, including the tourism product and infrastructure required to support sustainable visitation.

Why do we need a Destination Management Plan?
A vibrant, resilient visitor economy offers significant benefits for our region and community. And it is essential that we plan for and manage growth in a holistic way that minimises any negative impacts of visitation and ensures that the Blue Mountains continues to be a great place to live, work and visit long into the future.

To do this successfully we need a solid framework and plan of action to guide us in making and implementing decisions.

How to have your say

The Draft Destination Management Plan is now on public exhibition. It has been written following extensive consultation with stakeholders, the broader community and industry, which identified a wide range of opportunities and threats, and highlighted nine key projects that will support the achievement of the plan’s objectives.

Now is your chance to review the draft and provide your feedback so we can improve and fine tune the plan before it’s adopted and implemented.

Complete the submission form below. Submissions are open until 19 June.

What happens next?
Following the exhibition period, submissions on the Draft Destination Management Plan will be collated and considered by the project working group for revising the Plan.

The final Destination Management Plan will be presented to Council for adoption later in 2024. Once the Plan is adopted by Council, the process of implementing the Destination Management Plan will start.

  • The Draft Destination Management Plan has been developed to address the challenges and opportunities facing the Blue Mountains. Your feedback is encouraged and welcome.

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