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When visitors experience our world, sharing a moment with our people and our places, they become an extension of our community - loyal advocates and believers in our causes and our dreams for generations to come.

We know this as whanaukataka - or kinship - and we believe that it is by creating this strong sense of connection and common purpose that tourism can make a lasting difference.

Our destination management plan for Central Otago - honouring the past, embracing the present, navigating the future.

To help realise our ambition, a Destination Advisory Board has been selected to replace the former Tourism Advisory Board.

Destination Advisory Board

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If you are interested in knowing more about local and national tourism strategies, research and/or the work of Tourism Central Otago, please get in touch with the team.

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