The Tweed – 23/25 October 2018

The annual Australian Regional Tourism Convention (ARTC) is the most significant event for industry, practitioners and government agencies engaged in regional tourism throughout Australia. The Convention provides a forum to discuss, debate and investigate solutions to issues, challenges and opportunities facing regional tourism. Designed for all sectors of the tourism industry to exchange ideas about ways to grow a sustainable regional destination and to showcase best practice success.

The ARTC is a must attend event for regional tourism professionals and should not be missed by local councils, regional tourism organisations, tourism professionals, business and government personnel who wish to contribute to the future of regional tourism in Australia. Register now for our early bird rate and save!  Or email convention@artn.com.au for further details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The location, The Tweed

The 2018 ART Convention is heading to The Tweed, in far north eastern New South Wales.

The Tweed region offers fantastic accessibility for delegates travelling from across Australia.

Serviced by Gold Coast Airport, there are lots of flights and easy connections to all domestic and many international destinations. It is only 15 minutes drive from the airport to the Convention venue. The Gold Coast Airport is the only airport in the World that straddles two state borders.

The Tweed region is only 90 minutes from Brisbane International Airport and 50 minutes from Ballina Byron Airport, is accessible by road and rail/coach, has excellent ground transport options and a diverse range of day tour and case study options.

The venue

The Convention will be run at Salt Village (Peppers and Mantra) http://www.saltvillage.com.au/. The venue allows for a range of easily accessible experiences in nature and wellness that will enhance the experience for delegates. The natural and extensive grounds offer some refreshing and reinvigorating spaces for networking. The location also offers some excellent options for pre and post meeting activities.

Local restaurants have embraced fresh regional, seasonal and value added local produce from The Tweed and Northern Rivers regions in their offering.