Tourism and Events Information for Victoria’s tourism industry

Industry partners

Creating and maintaining strong partnerships with industry to sustain a thriving visitor economy.

Who we work with

We work in close partnership with the tourism industry including:

  • individual operators
  • local government
  • the Australian Government
  • airlines
  • major accommodation chains
  • Traditional Owners Corporations
  • communities
  • the wider travel sector.

Industry entities

We provide governance and strategic support for major Victorian tourism entities. Our responsibility is to oversee and manage the government’s relationship with these entities.

We work with them to deliver strategic objectives so that they can contribute to Victoria’s visitor economy. These organisations play a role in positioning Victoria as a world-leading tourism destination.

Tourism and Events entities

Victoria's regional tourism network

The Victorian regional tourism network is made up of regional tourism organisations.  Each coordinates local efforts to support tourism growth within their region.

We work closely with the network to gather insights direct from industry. This informs the development of policy, guides investment, and training and advice directly to operators.

The Regional Tourism Boards also work with us to help with crises preparedness and recovery.

Regional Tourism Boards

From 2023, Regional Tourism boards started transitioning to form a network of Visitor Economy Partnerships (VEPs). These partnerships will be independent destination management organisations. They represent their region as official voices to government.

Visitor Economy Partnerships

Other entities

Page last updated: 28 Mar 2024
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