Atherton Tablelands tourism’s premiere publication Discover is a whole lot fatter this year with the inclusion of a self-drive trails booklet.
Six self-drive trails combining postcard-perfect landscapes, indulgent gourmet delights, cultural and historic highpoints and stunning natural attractions make up the booklet.
They include the Heritage Trail, Great Outdoors, Museums & Galleries, Waterfalls & Waterways, Geological Wonders, Landscapes & Wildlife, and the Taste Paradise branded Food Trail.
Tropical Tablelands Tourism chair Ghis Gallo said the “themed” self-drive routes were devised several years ago and have been immensely popular with visitors.
“It’s the first time any of our themed trails have been produced as a booklet and included in Discover’s huge 110,00 print run. Another 40,000 booklets will be distributed separately around the region.”
Discover is launched each year in April, in time for the official start of the tourism season on the Atherton Tablelands.
Discover contains the latest travel information on places to go and things to do across the Atherton Tablelands and its gateways of the Cassowary Coast, Port Douglas, Cairns and the Gulf Savannah.
The themed trails were designed to link tourism in the region as opposed to visitor experiences based around individual towns.
Ms Gallo said more than 792,000 self-drive visitors come through the Atherton Tablelands each year and the inclusion of the themed trails in Discover will make touring the Atherton Tablelands even easier.
“Discover has the largest distribution of any regional visitor guide and the trails are a hit with travellers so it’s a great match. It’s the most comprehensive, informative and engaging publication in the region.”
Posted by Tanya Snelling under Tablelands News | Posted on 11th Apr 2018