THE Bermagui Chamber of Commerce continues its momentum to promote the town as a holiday destination with a new website, brochure, heritage trail and lots more.
The Chamber held a well-attended breakfast meeting recently at River Rock Café with a wide variety of businesses represented.
Chamber president Scott Bradley outlined initiatives and provided updates on projects designed to improve the town.
A comprehensive and motivational website has been produced with the assistance with Sapphire Coast Tourism.
Visitbermagui.com.au promotes the town as a “destination that borders on perfection” and all chamber members are represented on the website, he said.
A Heritage Trail is being mapped around town featuring information about 10 historic attractions will be provided through a trail map and signage at each site.
The project is designed to increase awareness and information about the town's development throughout history.
“The chamber is proud to provide another visitor product in town,” Mr Bradley said.
“The central business district of Bermagui is going to be upgraded through council's landscape project.
“The chamber has already met with consultants responsible for the project with communication continuing. This project is due to be completed by May 2014.”
Bermagui meanwhile will be promoted at the Canberra Home and Leisure Show in October.
“This show attracts thousands of people and the aim was to convert enquiries into visits to Bermagui,” Mr Bradley said.
“While the Committee is run by volunteers, we are immensely proud of our achievements," president Scott Bradley said today.
“We are gaining more and more momentum with each new initiative and all our member businesses are excited about the future of business in Bermagui.”