Regional tourism has a significant role to play in creating more jobs for more Victorians, supporting thriving regions and strengthening inclusive communities. That’s why we want to do all we can to provide our regions the best support and opportunities to grow the benefits of visitation and boost local businesses.

The Regional Tourism Review is about finding new ways to support tourism in regional Victoria, enhance private investment and create more regional jobs. The review will help us understand how to leverage local strengths, support communities and increase visitation.


Questions about you

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We ask that you provide some details about your connection to regional tourism so we can ensure that we have heard from a range of people. We will only use this information to inform the regional tourism review.

These are Victoria’s twelve current tourism regions, set in consultation with Tourism Research Australia for the purposes of data collection and dissemination, and reflect existing Regional Tourism Board boundaries. The way that some regions are grouped together for tourism purposes is a focus of the Discussion Paper.

Which of the following statements best describe your connection to regional tourism?

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Questions about Regional Tourism

We want to hear your views about how we can realise the potential of tourism for regional Victoria.

You can provide feedback by answering the following questions or uploading a submission to the Discussion Paper at the bottom of the page.

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Privacy Statement

The Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) is committed to protecting personal information provided by you in accordance with the principles of the Victorian privacy laws.

DJPR will use the information collected to inform the Regional Tourism Review. DJPR may share information with Visit Victoria for this purpose.

Your contact details may also be used by DJPR to update you on the results of the consultation process.

We will not disclose your personal information outside of DJPR and Visit Victoria without your consent, except where required to do so by law.

If you do not wish to provide your personal information we will not be able to identify your submission if you wish to access it, make a correction or require technical support.

You may contact us to request access to your personal information, or for other concerns regarding the privacy of your personal information at regionaltourism@ecodev.vic.gov.au