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Free ATDW Listings for Victorian tourism businesses

ATDW listings provide an effective way for Victorian tourism businesses to showcase their products or services on key tourism websites at a national, state and regional level.

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.

How to claim your free ATDW listing

If you already have a live ATDW listing:

There's nothing you need to do. Your listing subscription has automatically been extended by 12 months from its original expiry date. You can find your new expiry date on your ATDW-Online listing dashboard.

As always, we would encourage you to check that your listing is up to date, particularly if you have made changes to your operating hours or conditions recently. You can find instructions to update your listing here.

If you have an expired ATDW listing:

Your listing will still be available in your ATDW-Online account for you to update and renew free of charge.

  1. First, you need to request a coupon code from your Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO). This will need to be applied at the payment stage of the listing renewal process within ATDW-Online. You can find the contact details of your RTO or Local Council further below.
  2. Once you have your coupon code, go to your ATDW-Online account and follow these steps to renew your listing.

If you don't have an ATDW listing and would like to create one:

  1. First, you'll need to confirm that your tourism business meets ATDW eligibility criteria. Your business must provide a direct experience or service to the leisure tourist and have a physical premises that is open to visitors. If you're unsure of your eligibility, contact us.
  2. Once you have confirmed your eligibility, you need to request a coupon code from your Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO). This will be applied at the payment stage of the listing creation process in ATDW-Online. You can find the contact details of your RTO or Local Council further below.
  3. In the meantime, we recommend you prepare a description of your business if you don't have one already. Aim for 2-3 short paragraphs at a maximum of 200 words. You'll also need a selection of five to 10 high quality images to showcase your business. Images need to be in landscape orientation and at least 1600 x 1200 pixels in size. You can find some advice for selecting and uploading images here.
  4. Once you have received your coupon code and have your description and images ready, go to www.atdw-online.com.au to register an account and create your listing. You can find some instructions to guide you here.

Not sure if you already have an ATDW listing?

Contact Visit Victoria's ATDW team at [email protected] or on 1300 306 366.

Regional Tourism Organisation contact details

Find below the contact details of your Regional Tourism Organisation or Local Council for further information on this offer and to request an ATDW coupon code.

You do not need a coupon code if you already have a Live listing, or are wanting to list an Event, NFP or government-owned tourism product.

Victorian Tourism RegionRegional Tourism Organisation / Local Council
contact details
Daylesford & the Macedon RangesDaylesford Macedon Tourism
W: dmrtourism.com.au
E: [email protected]
Geelong & the Bellarine  Tourism Greater Geelong & the Bellarine
E: [email protected]
P: 03 5223 2588
W: tourismgeelongbellarine.com.au
GippslandDestination Gippsland
W: visitgippsland.com.au/destination-gippsland
E: [email protected]
Goldfields - BallaratCity of Ballarat
E: [email protected]
Goldfields - BendigoContact your shire:

City of Greater Bendigo/Bendigo Tourism:
Melissa Jensen E: [email protected]
Central Goldfields Shire Council:
Emma Little E: [email protected] 
Mount Alexander Shire
Sharna Crosbie E: [email protected]
Loddon Shire
Robyn Vella E: [email protected]

General enquiries: b.w[email protected]
Grampians & Wimmera Mallee
Grampians Tourism
Serena Eldridge - Business Manager
E: [email protected]
P: 0438 003 162
W: grampianstourism.com.au
Great Ocean RoadGreat Ocean Road Regional Tourism
W: greatoceanroadtourism.org.au/atdw-listing
E: [email protected]
High CountryTourism North East
W: tourismnortheast.com.au/free-atdw-listings
MelbourneVisit Victoria
W: Visit Victoria's ATDW Support Team
Mitchell Shire CouncilMitchell Shire Council
E: [email protected]
P: 03 5799 0233   
Mornington PeninsulaMornington Peninsula Regional Tourism
W: industry.visitmorningtonpeninsula.org
E: [email protected]
Phillip IslandDestination Phillip Island
W: destinationphillipisland.org.au
E: [email protected]
Greater Shepparton City CouncilGreater Shepparton City Council
E: [email protected]
Strathbogie Shire CouncilStrathbogie Shire Council
E: [email protected]
P: 03 5795 0093 
The MurrayMurray Regional Tourism
W: murrayregionaltourism.com.au
E: [email protected]
Yarra Valley & the Dandenong RangesYarra Ranges Tourism
W: yarrarangestourism.com.au
E: [email protected]
P: 03 8739 8000 

Free online training

Register for a free, online training session hosted by Visit Victoria to show you how to create, update and optimise your ATDW listing.

Register here
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FAQs

What is the ATDW and how does it work?
The ATDW is a digital content distribution platform for the Australian tourism industry. It provides Australian tourism businesses and events with increased online exposure through a single, self-managed listing that appears on many tourism platforms including visitvictoria.com, australia.com and official region websites.
What is the eligibility criteria for having an ATDW listing?
Your business or event must have a physical presence in Australia, provide a direct experience to the leisure tourist and fit in to one of the following listing categories: Accommodation; Attraction; Food and Drink; Event; Hire; Tour; Transport and General Service. Tour operators and Accommodation providers must provide a current ABN upon registering an ATDW account.
How long will businesses be able to claim a free 12-month listing for?
New businesses or those with an expired listing will have until 31 October 2020 to claim and redeem their coupon code, unless otherwise stated by their Regional Tourism Board. If you already have a live ATDW listing, your current subscription has already been extended by 12 months and you don't need to take any action.
How do I reset my password to log in to ATDW-Online?
Go to www.atdw-online.com.au and click on the 'Forgot password' link in the top right corner. Enter your username (email address) and an email will be sent to you with further instructions.
I'm not sure if I have registered with ATDW in the past. How can I find out?
Please contact Visit Victoria's ATDW team for help on 1300 306 366 or at [email protected]
How to I find out when my listing is due to expire?
If you have a live ATDW listing, you can find it's expiry date in the listing summary information on your ATDW-Online listing dashboard.
I operate in an area that is not aligned with a Regional Tourism Board. How do I claim my free listing?
Contact your local council via the details in the above table or contact Visit Victoria's ATDW team at [email protected] or on 1300 306 366.
Do I need a coupon code to list an event on ATDW?
No. Listings for events, NFP or government-owned attractions do not require a coupon code to be published.

Contact us

Ph: 1300 306 366 (business hours)

E: [email protected]