BRAND NEW: CEO Craig Turner presenting at the Tourism Whitsundays Networking Night.
BRAND NEW: CEO Craig Turner presenting at the Tourism Whitsundays Networking Night.

Touring the region is now 10 times easier

TOURISM Whitsundays has officially launched their brand new visitor website and it's bigger and better than ever.

The website was launched on Thursday, June 30, during the regional tourism organisation's monthly Networking Night.

Boasting a fresh and modern look, which was demonstrated as fully interactive, user-friendly and visually stunning, the site includes visitor and corporate information about the Whitsundays as a destination.

Filled with all the information a visitor may need to plan and prepare for their next visit to the region, the clear and accessible format is easy to use as well as being mobile friendly and featuring an interactive map on the homepage.

Other new features include a blog with regular articles sharing things to do in the Whitsundays and an Instagram feed on the homepage from the region's official hashtag #lovewhitsundays.

The site has a simple integrated booking platform, which allows visitors to make their bookings all in one place.

If visitors have any questions, they can contact the Whitsunday Region Information Centre staff via the brand new online chat tool.

CEO of Tourism Whitsundays, Craig Turner said he was thrilled the new website was live and accessible to all users.

"We are very excited to show the world how easy it is to plan an unforgettable holiday in the Whitsundays, and the huge diversity of activities and accommodation on offer," he said.

"The new website really showcases our extraordinary destination, and the user-friendly and interactive functions of the website are very exciting."

To check out the new website visit www.tourismwhitsundays.com.au.


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