Mayfield gets a chance to make its mark at tourism exchange

EXPOSURE: Member for Bathurst Paul Toole, pictured at Mayfield Garden, says the tourist attraction received great exposure at the Australian Tourism Exchange event last week.
EXPOSURE: Member for Bathurst Paul Toole, pictured at Mayfield Garden, says the tourist attraction received great exposure at the Australian Tourism Exchange event last week.

Oberon's renowned tourist attraction, Mayfield Garden, was on show last week at the country's largest annual travel and tourism business-to-business event, Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE).

Member for Bathurst Paul Toole said the 40th annual ATE was a powerful platform for Mayfield Garden to showcase its offerings to a global audience.

"ATE is Australia's premier tourism trade event and a great opportunity to put our region on the map," Mr Toole said.

"There's no shortage of memorable things to see and do in the Central West and Mayfield Garden is certainly a major attraction, both for locals and visitors to the region."

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Minister for Tourism Stuart Ayres said ATE provides a forum for the state's tourism providers to show products, make contacts and negotiate deals.

"ATE is a flagship event on the tourism industry's calendar and through the work of Destination NSW we had our state's tourism businesses, wholesalers and retailers front and centre with international buyers and media from around the globe," Mr Ayres said.

Destination NSW CEO Sandra Chipchase said ATE gives the NSW Government's tourism and major events agency an opportunity to sell the state to the world.