New Heritage brochure launched on Australia Day at Highfields Pioneer Village
Householders’ Options to Protect the Environment (HOPE) Inc. is pleased to announce that its new “Directory of Heritage Facilities and Key Landmarks across the Toowoomba Regional Council Jurisdiction” brochure was launched during Australia Day celebrations at the Highfields Pioneer Village, on Tuesday, 26th January, 2021.
“Arrow Energy’s support enabled us to engage a consultant to research content and develop a three-fold brochure detailing the many heritage facilities and landmarks in the Toowoomba region” said Mr Frank Ondrus (above), President of H.O.P.E.
“HOPE undertakes project management, printing and distribution of the brochures throughout the region and online, and marketing of the availability of the brochures.”
The COVID-19 restrictions had closed many of our wonderful heritage facilities and landmarks for most of 2020 – wiping income from several events and festivals, as well as greatly reducing general visitor numbers.
This brochure is HOPE’s contribution to encourage support for, and increase visitation numbers to, heritage facilities in the Toowoomba region, as our community emerges from COVID-19 restrictions. Directory of Heritage Facilities and Key Landmarks across TRC Jurisdiction brochure (HOPE Inc., Jan 2021) (colour)
HOPE envisages the launching and distribution of our brochure will:
• increase awareness of heritage facilities and landmarks;
• increase visitor numbers to heritage facilities and landmarks;• improve financial viability of the heritage sector; and
• increase economic activity in the Toowoomba region – i.e. visitors spending on accommodation, fuel, food; and locals too, spending locally!
You can keep up-to-date with this and other HOPE activities on our website <http://www.hopeaustralia.org.au> and by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.