Bundaberg is preparing for the season turtle rookery

North Bundaberg Burnett Tourism says it aims to magnetize over 4,000 visitors to the colony extra Mon Repos turtle this season. The organization will launch its campaign turtle $ 200,000 today, with a spotlight on the market in southeast Queensland.

Over 30,000 people are anticipated to visit the settlement this term that continues from November to March 2011. General manager James Corvan says tourism has suffered due to failing in the economy over the precedent two years.

According to him although they feel that there is a lot of expansion occurrence .right now. It is taken a bit to get to tourism, so it was a hard-hitting year transversely Australia for tourism.

It would hope to achieve a 10 -15 percent boost. North Bundaberg Burnett Tourism is also spinning to the UK to encourage international visitors to the region. Mr. Corvan says online marketing is making it more reachable to attract tourists from the United Kingdom.

The use of digital marketing, websites, email, e-newsletters etc will make it easy to do and costs are also healthier in terms of us getting a number of efficiency.