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Bello and Coffs get tourism together

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COFFS Harbour and Bellingen councils will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on tourism at 10:00am today

The MOU, to be signed at Anchors Wharf Restaurant at Urunga, will formalise a co-operative and integrated approach to developing the Coffs Coast as a key regional destination for visitors.

Tourism strategies prepared for both councils have identified the need to work together.

Coffs Harbour general manager Stephen Sawtell said both councils collaborated across a number of other areas of community need.

The aim of the alliance is to develop a regional approach to managing issues of common concern, ranging from improved directional signage, integrated visitor information centres to promotion.



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