Client: Destination Southern NSW
Client: Dubbo Regional Council
Client: Baw Baw Shire council
Client: Department of Tourism and Culture NT
Client: Parks and Visitor Services Division of the WA Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPAW)
Client: Gunaikurnai Traditional Owner Land Management Board
Client: East by West New Zealand
Client: Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley
Client: Shire of Exmouth
Client: Wellington City Council
TRC provided some great ideas and deliverables that will make a significant and achievable difference to whatever is progressed next on Elizabeth Island.I was very pleased with what you delivered and the value add you provided in the final deliverable.
Anne Tillig | CEO | Elizabeth Island
TRC's research and analysis was very accurate and of great value to us in stating our case for this project to be developed. We are delighted to have worked with such a professional team.
Chris Frankcombe | Kentish Shire Council
I really appreciated the TRC Team's professional and honest opinions in the final report and the thorough and thoughtful approach with our stakeholders.
Jasmine Foxlee | Manager, Community and Visitor Programs (Acting)|Parks and Conservation Service (PCS) | Environment and Planning Directorate
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate TRC Tourism on receiving the 2015 PIA Best Planning Ideas - Large Project Award Victoria.The metropolitan Planning Authority (MPA) recognises how unique it was to undertake trail planning and development that also put visitors at the heart of the planning every step of the way.Your efforts to bring together disparate governments and achievements to create adventure trails at a regional scale was an envormous achievement, and will undoubtedly maximise Victoria's reputation as a leading trail and cycling destination.
Peter Seamer | CEO| Metropolitan Planning Authority
In engaging TRC Tourism the ACT Parks & Conservation Service was seeking to develop a holistic Visitor Experience Strategy for Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. As an iconic destination Tidbinbilla is ideally positioned to leverage from the emerging nature based tourism appetite for authentic experiences in a natural setting. Working with all stakeholders in a collaborative, intuitive manner TRC Tourism delivered a high quality outcome. A strategic blue print for the future.
Brett McNamara | Regional Manager | Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve | Namadgi National Park
During 2016, the TRC team worked with Hamilton & Waikato Tourism and regional stakeholders to develop a comprehensive Tourism Opportunities Plan to identify opportunities for new and improved visitor experiences that had the greatest potential to drive growth. The TRC team brought significant experience in destination management and planning and a fresh perspective to the project. They were excellent to work with, engaged effectively with stakeholders and applied critical insights and analysis to complex issues.
From the outset the TRC team were responsive, intelligent, forward thinking and always available. The Queenstown Trails Trust worked with the TRC team in 2015 to craft a 10 Year Strategic Plan. The nature of our business involves very important stakeholders, great vision and many face to face meetings to form our plan. . The result of this partnership being a very robust and well thought out plan that we are proud to utilise to assist us in setting the future path of the Queenstown Trails Trust. Interestingly – TRC also formulated the original Trails Trust plan way back in 2004 – it was great to have the opportunity of working with TRC again as they truly understand our business.
Mandy Kennedy | CEO | Queenstown Trails Trust (New Zealand)
Tourism Northern Tasmania set out to define the private and public sector investment needed to sustain intelligent growth in the visitor economy for the region. TRC and their associates provided the well-rounded analysis, consultation and reporting that resulted in a clear vision of what to develop, where across Northern Tasmania. Less than six months from endorsing the final work and we are already seeing significant progress on three key infrastructure projects as well as active interest from private sector investors to take on opportunities profiled in work.
Chris Griffin | CEO | Tourism Northern Tasmania
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