The Clarence Valley Visitor Centre in the Grafton Regional Gallery has once again received approval as an accredited information centre.
Mark Greaves, Program Manager for NSW Accredited Visitor Information Centres, recently met with tourism officers in Grafton for the annual onsite review.
“The visitor centre is looking amazing and being located in the Gallery’s heritage building, alongside the new gallery, outdoor courtyard and café facilities, it’s a great contribution to the community,” Mr Greaves said.
“Tourism is big business to both city and regional locations and our accredited visitor information centre network, which the Clarence Valley is a part of, plays a major role in coordinating the travel for millions of travellers throughout the state each year.
“There is no doubt COVID has dealt a blow to travellers and the
visitor services sector globally, although we are confident visitors will return in greater numbers in the not-too-distant future.”
The Clarence Valley Visitor Centre is open for in-person enquiries from Tuesday to Sunday and available online or on the phone seven days a week.
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