The system is already in use by the The
Sanctuary Golf Resort in Bunbury and
of the Forest Motel in Margaret River.
Mark Adams, General Manager of the All
Seasons Sanctuary Golf Resort said:
I use Western Tourist Radio's program to
provide an entertaining and informative audio component to our Visitor
Information Channel. I am able to generate my own picture content for this
channel so it is a highly cost effective way for me to promote coming
events, specials, our golf facilities as well as general housekeeping
information. This channel has the potential to become virtually a video
I certainly have no hesitation in recommending
other hotel managers the use of tourist radio program in this way.
Should you require further information
about the system we use please feel free to contact me.
Mark can be contacted on 9725 2777
In Touch newsletter
In-house visitor channel a first in Bunbury
the Western Tourist Radio program, Sanctuary Golf Resort in Bunbury has
become the first business in
to establish an in-house Visitor Information Channel.
local tourist information to guest rooms helps market the destination as
well as entices guests to increase their length of stay.
owners can have their own images as well as local attractions displayed on
the television. The service is available to accommodation businesses in
and the coastal South West areas of Bunbury, Busselton, Dunsborough,
. This service is also available to Visitor Centres in these areas.
more information please visit Western Tourist Radio at www.touristradio.com.au
on 9731 7006.
may not be the first, but can you afford to be left behind?
Issue No 221, 26 August 2004 states
research shows that visitors to
believe it offers a variety of unique, natural experiences in an unspoilt,
pristine environment. WA is renowned for its relaxed, laid back lifestyle
and its friendly, down to earth, locals. Our visitors often comment that
WA offers the authentic Australian experience - the
they expected and hoped to see.
Research has indicated that many travellers believe
tourism spots in
have become overcrowded and overcommercialised. There is also a
growing sense of nostalgia for the
that existed before the development and commercialisation of recent years.
Tourist radio programs promote local attractions including the less-crowded
and less-commercial attractions
Now is the perfect time to
add the Western Tourist Radio program to your list of services. Your
guests will thank you for it.
To find out how you can use this exciting,
low cost system please email Barry Green at email@example.com
or call 9731 7006