In June, Visit Victoria announced free 12-month ATDW listings for all Victorian tourism businesses thanks to support of the Victorian Government and Regional Tourism Boards.
We are pleased to extend the deadline to renew an expired listing or create a new listing free of charge – the closing date is now 31 October 2020.
Already have a live listing? There's nothing you need to, as your listing expiry date has already been extended.
1. Get your coupon code
If you're a for-profit business, you'll need a coupon code to activate a new or expired listing.
If you operate in Regional Victoria, contact your Regional Tourism Board (RTB) for a coupon code.
If you operate in Melbourne, contact Visit Victoria's ATDW Team for a coupon code.
2. Go to ATDW-Online to redeem your code and activate your listing
Not sure what the status of your listing is? Contact Visit Victoria's ATDW Support Team at [email protected] or on 1300 306 366.
Visit Victoria is running more ATDW training sessions for industry in October.
If you need some help completing your listing, redeeming your coupon code, uploading images, optimising your description, or have any other questions, join the team for a free, live webinar by registering at the link below.Register here
Click for Vic is Visit Victoria’s new marketing campaign that encourages Victorians to get behind the tourism industry by buying local products online. The response from industry and consumers to the campaign has been overwhelmingly positive so far.
The Click for Vic web pages feature a selection of products to that will inspire Victorians to support the local tourism industry. While we can't feature everyone on these pages, we encourage businesses to keep their ATDW listing up to date with images of their shoppable online products to improve their chances of being featured.
We have also partnered with some e-commerce websites to help more businesses get involved and sell their products. The Victorian Country Market is a great option for many businesses and is free to sign up. It features beer, wine, cider, spirits, fruit, vegetables, grocery, meat, fish, poultry, smallgoods, crafts and more. Take a read of the FAQ to find out more about becoming a stallholder.
ATDW is now collecting national industry COVID programs within the Accreditation section of listings.
If your business has completed these programs, displaying them on your ATDW listing will help to communicate that your business has taken appropriate steps to provide a safe environment for your customers and staff.
To find out more about these programs, see below:
How to add these accreditations to your ATDW listing:
Wine Australia is investing in the development of new wine related functionality to the ATDW, as part of the Australian Government’s $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package.
These enhancements will help wineries and wine tourism operators more effectively market their businesses and increase their online exposure to attract more international visitors to Australia’s wine regions.
Enhancements made to listings in the Food and Drink category include new cuisine types like wine and platters; new facilities like pop up wine bar; wine varieties, wine styles and practices and wine regions. This is especially relevant for wineries and cellar doors.
These are outlined in a comprehensive guide developed by Wine Australia.
Wine Australia will be running a webinar briefing for Victorian wine producers to talk about these ATDW enhancements. Register for the free webinar, delivered by the Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) and Visit Victoria, at the link below.
Topic: Wine Australia ATDW Enhancements
Date: Tuesday, October 27th 2:00pm
Registration: Register here
Visit Victoria has developed new PDF user guides to help you navigate the ATDW-Online registration and listing creation process.
A dedicated guide has been created for each operator listing category and includes advice for filling out each section of a listing to a quality standard.
View or download a user guide here: