Strategies and Plans

27 November 2012

Destination NSW’s strategy and planning is directed to promote the sustainable growth and development of tourism in NSW.

Visitor Economy Strategy 2030

The NSW Government’s Visitor Economy Strategy 2030 provides a roadmap to support all industries involved in the visitor economy to recover from the impact of drought, bushfires and COVID-19 and to grow in the future.
Find out more about the Visitor Economy Strategy 2030.

Statewide Destination Management Plan (DMP)

The Statewide DMP is designed to provide a high level framework to achieve alignment across NSW and assist coordinated delivery of the vision and goals for the NSW visitor economy. It identifies local and state strengths and unique points of difference, as well as areas of commonality across the regions. The Statewide DMP functions as a living document, to be used as a reference tool to further develop the NSW visitor economy and respond to market changes.
Find out more about the Statewide Destination Management Plan (DMP)

NSW Regional Conferencing Strategy & Action Plan

The NSW Regional Conferencing Strategy & Action Plan aims to build capability, improve NSW’s competitive position, stimulate demand and return the sector to growth.
Find out more about NSW Regional Conferencing Strategy & Action Plan

Western Sydney Visitor Economy Strategy

The Western Sydney Visitor Economy Strategy includes nine Strategic Directions supported by a Memorandum of Understanding with the Western Sydney Business Chamber and the Western Sydney Business Connection.

The NSW Government and key partners will work together to ensure one of Australia’s largest, fastest growing and most diverse economies is at the forefront of more visitors’ minds.
Find out more about Western Sydney Visitor Economy Strategy

Disability Inclusion Action Plan

Destination NSW has implemented a Disability Inclusion Action Plan which sets out the actions that the organisation is taking, and will take, to support people living with a disability. This includes supporting those people living with a disability who work at Destination NSW as well as those with whom the organisation engages in the broader community.

Destination NSW is required to report to Government and the general community on the status of its Disability Inclusion Action Plan and the actions being undertaken by them. The plan will continue to develop and be refined as actions are completed and new issues emerge.
Find out more about the Destination NSW Disability Inclusion Action Plan