Value of Tourism Case Studies

Featured in Tapping into Tourism, Destination Melbourne has a number of Case Studies relating to the Visitor Experience, Value of Tourism and Helping your business or destination grow.

To view these studies please click on the links below:

qvm, attractions, case study, tourism, melbourneThe Importance of the Visitor Experience
Queen Victoria Market

The Queen Victoria Market is one of Melbourne’s most iconic attractions, drawing around three million visitors annually. Discover what initiatives the market has developed to deliver an outstanding global visitor experience.
traders, tours, unique, tourism, victoria, case studyDeveloping Cultural Precincts
City of Greater Dandenong

The City of Greater Dandenong and their local traders have joined forces to present a series of unique tours to promote the area’s vibrant cultural precincts. Find out how the journey started and became a success.
VIC, tourism, australian, waterfont, case study, visitors, local communityDelivering on the Promise
Frankston Visitor Information Centre (VIC)

Winner of the 2012 Victorian and Australian Tourism Awards for Visitor Servicing, the Frankston Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is part of the $25 million Frankston Waterfront precinct. Discover how Frankston VIC is delivering key services to not only their visitors but to the local community as well.
local government, tourism, engagement, residents, initiativesEngaging Local Businesses in Discover Your Own Backyard…
and opening the floodgates

Hobsons Bay City Council

New initiatives and new activities; an evolved campaign that is bringing business, community and government together.
tourism, case study, social media, businessReaching new Heights through Facebook
Global Ballooning Australia

Getting started was the easy part, continuing the journey was the challenge. Discover how Global Ballooning Australia started new conversations with their customers. An engaging, measurable marketing initiative for a budget conscious business.

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For more information contact:
Denise Castro | 9869 2410 |