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AlburyCity and the City of Wodonga have commissioned consultants SC Lennon & Associates to prepare the Albury Wodonga Destination Management Plan 2024-2028. This follows a commitment made by both Councils to take a leadership role in tourism under the Visit Albury Wodonga brand, to increase tourism’s contribution to the sustainable growth and development of Albury Wodonga.

As a local resident and/or business owner, we would appreciate your answers to five questions contained in our short survey. The survey should take no more than 5-6 minutes to complete. Please click 'OK' to begin.

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* 1. Which locality (town or suburb) do you live in or closest to?

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* 2. From the list below, please rate on a scale from 1 (significant weakness) to 5 (great strength), Albury Wodonga's tourism strengths and weaknesses.

  1. Significant Weakness 2. Weakness 3. Neither Weakness nor Strength 4. Strength 5. Great Strength

Our location
Murray River/Lake Hume
Other nature-based tourism attractions (natural features / landscape)
European heritage tourism attractions
First Nations cultural heritage tourism attractions
Festivals and events
Shopping / retail

Arts and cultural facilities (e.g. galleries, museums and interpretive centres)
Sport and recreation facilities and attractions
Leisure and entertainment facilities and attractions
Conference and meeting venues/facilities
Visitor accommodation
Cafes, restaurants and hospitality services
Quality of City centres

Road infrastructure
Local public transport
Rail infrastructure
Air transport infrastructure
Water recreation infrastructure (e.g. ferries, pontoons, jetties, etc.)
Communications infrastructure (phone and Internet)
Quality of directional and interpretive signage

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* 3. Overall, how would you rate Albury Wodonga as a holiday destination?

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* 4. On a scale from 1 (not at all important) to 5 (very important), please rate how important it is to you that AlburyCity and the City of Wodonga focus on the following activities to help grow a sustainable visitor economy.

  1. Not at all important 2. Not important 3. Somewhat important 4. Important 5. Very important
Promotion of Albury Wodonga as a place to visit (tourism promotion)
Providing visitor information (visitor servicing)
Improvements to infrastructure (e.g. transport, public spaces, signage, etc.)
Streamline land use planning and development approvals
Providing information about where to access small business support
Supporting tourism investment attraction
Collating and making available information on the local visitor economy
Advocacy / lobbying State and Federal Governments on key issues
Sourcing State and Federal Government funding for key projects
Providing sport and recreational services and facilities
Providing local arts and cultural services and facilities
Attracting festivals and events

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* 5. If you could identify just two essential tourism projects or initiatives that should be implemented in Albury Wodonga – irrespective of cost, scale or constraints – what would these be? Think big, bold and creatively! (Please type your answers in the space provided).

Thank you for taking the time to complete our survey. Please click 'Finished' and you're done.
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