We would love it you decided to …
… promote your cultural and arts organisation, venue, community group, creative business, gallery, museum, walking trail and more through the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse. ATDW is quick, easy and FREE to all NSW businesses, community groups, organisations.
Arts Upper Hunter is building a website to promote local arts organisations, events, public art, community cultural groups and creative businesses across the Upper Hunter and we are inviting you take part. To do so will require listing with ATDW – because that’s where we will be collecting our information.
What is ATDW?
The Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW) is Australia’s national platform for tourism information; visitor centres and tourism authorities use ATDW to “harvest” information about what’s on, where to visit and what to do.
Eligible community groups and tourism businesses can easily create a listing for their gallery, museum, cultural group, public art, tours, event, creative business, workshops and more, free of charge.
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These listings appear on websites such as australia.com, BIG4 Holiday Parks in New South Wales | Caravan Parks & Resorts New South Wales, Australia | Official NSW Tourism Website (visitnsw.com) and other ATDW distributor websites. Arts Upper Hunter will soon join that group as we build our new arts & cultural trail website, Creative Valley: Upper Hunter Cultural Maps.
Interested? Find out how to get started by visiting ATDW or contact Arts Upper Hunter Project Officer Suzannah Jones on 0457 303 106. Getting listed is fairly straightforward anyway, but Suzannah is happy to help you if you’re unsure what to list or what to say.
Image: Martyn Robinson spruiking the Performing Artists of Dungog’s Sea Shanty Night in August 2023, photo by Lyn McNairn.