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Central Coast Tourism Membership

cct_membership_cover_thumbnail_2016_17Central Coast Tourism's Membership provides businesses with benefits and services to members in alignment with their individual marketing strategy.

Click here to view the Central Coast Tourism 2016-17 Membership Framework & Benefits Guide.

There are six membership categories suitable for local businesses, service providers, tourism operators and corporate partners and is based on the extent of marketing a member chooses to be involved in, according to the target market of their business.

The categories are:

CORPORATE
$12,485 annually *
Appropriate for businesses
who wish to maximise all benefits
INTERNATIONAL
$3,325 annually *
Appropriate for businesses
targeting international tourists

NATIONAL
$1,665 annually *
Appropriate for businesses
targeting interstate tourists

REGIONAL
$435 annually
Appropriate for businesses
targeting tourists in Sydney
and Regional NSW

LOCAL
$110 annually
Appropriate for businesses
targeting tourists within the
Central Coast
SOCIAL
$75 annually
Appropriate for businesses
wishing to engage with the
industry as a tourism advocate

* These categories can apply for a bi-annual payment plan.

2016-17 Membership Application Form [Download to complete digitally] (PDF, 1.MB)

Central Coast Tourism Member Directory: Members A-H | Members I-P | Members Q-Z

To learn more, contact:
Jacqui Greaves, Business Development Manager
Telephone: 02 4343 4444
Mobile: 0429 612 013
Email: Click Here

More Information Regarding Central Coast Tourism Inc.

See below relevant documentation to Central Coast Tourism:

Membership - Partner Marketing Opportunities

Overview - Partner Marketing Opportunities 2016 (PDF, 5MB)

To discuss opportunities, contact:
Leeanne Dyer - Marketing & Communications Manager or
Jessica Anderson - Marketing, Events & Communications Coordinator

Telephone: 02 4343 4400
Email: Click Here

Statistics and Research:

Latest Region Visitor Statistics

Year Ending September 2016
Report provides domestic and international tourism statistics for Central Coast.

Previous available reports:


Latest Local Area Visitor Statistics:

Four year average annual to December 2015:

Four year average annual to September 2013:

Four year average annual to September 2011:

Statistics courtesy of Destination NSW.

Regional & Local Government Area Economic Data

Central Coast Region

Gosford LGA
Wyong LGA

Statistics courtesy of Economy ID

Research Findings

Member Opportunities:

Newsletter Offer Submission Forms - distributed monthly:

Member Networking

Members, watch your inbox for your invitation to upcoming membership networking evenings.

2017 Networking Events

Summer Networking
Tuesday 7 February 2017

Autumn Networking #1
Tuesday 28 March 2017

Autumn Networking #2
Tuesday 23 May 2017

For more details regarding Member Networking Evenings, click here to email the administration office.

* Please note dates are subject to change


Media Coverage

January 2016:  Delicious Magazine, National
An unexpected food lovers' paradise: the NSW Central Coast

January 2016: Delicious Magazine, National
Australia's top 30 secret beaches and swimming holes
Long Jetty - included in the top 30 list.

January 2016: Daily Telegraph, NSW
Returning visitors drive summer-holiday bonanza for Central Coast Tourism Industry.

December 2015: The Courier Mail, QLD
10 Essential stops for summer on the NSW Pacific Coast Highway
Two spots are on the Central Coast - Somersby and Avoca.

February 2014: NBN TV Central Coast
Sweet Treats Set to Impress, Luka Chocolates

January, 2014: News Local Central Coast Express Advocate/The Telegraph.com.au
Best Job in the World for Chief Funster Andrew Smith on visit to coast

December 2013: Australian Traveller
5 Reasons why NSW's Central Coast is not boring.

November 2013: News.com.au
Are these the best spots to propose in NSW? - Bells at Killcare

November 2013: Broadsheet
Out of town at Bells at Killcare

August 2013: NBN TV
Federal Funding Stimulates New Tourism Development
Thanks to the Federal Government TQUAL Grant Program, two new tourism experiences to be developed on the Central Coast.

June 2013: Australian Traveller Magazine
28 Easy Weekend Getaways
#16 - Central Coast: Australian Reptile Park Behind the Scenes Tour and Crowne Plaza Terrigal

January 2013: Sydney Morning Herald
Views on tap - featuring Florida Beach Bar, Terrigal

January 2013: Channel 7, Sunrise
James Tobin - Gator Wrangling video
Filmed on location at the Australian Reptile Park

January 2013: TNT Magazine
Coast with the Most
- Pages 52-53
NB: Errors in the above article:

  • Iguana Waterfront Bar is currently closed, website provided is for a bar at Potts Point, Sydney.
  • Terry McDermontt Surf School has changed name to Sandra English Surf School.

November 2012: Cumberland Newspaper Group
Annual Travel Wrap
(PDF 4 MB)

November 2012: Sydney Morning Herald
Been there? Done that? Think again: here's the best short breaks

November 2012: Jetstar Magazine
Distillery Botanica Short Black

NB: Errors in above article: