Help for overseas tourists

CHINESE-speaking visitors to the Twelve Apostles will be able to discover more about the attractions in a tongue they are more familiar with. 

A visitor guide, resource booklet and website have been developed in an effort to welcome and support visitors from Australia’s second largest international tourism market.

A 16-page visitor guide and an off-shoot of website were developed during workshops which more than 40 tourism operators from across the Corangamite Shire attended. 

Port Campbell Visitor Information Centre co-ordinator Mark Cuthell said content for the new guide came from the workshops and from communication with Chinese visitors to the centre. 

“By improving support for Chinese-speaking visitors we can improve the economic, cultural and social opportunities for our communities,” he said. 

“The Twelve Apostles is a must see on an Australian visit.”  


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