With the support of Hepburn and Macedon Ranges Shire Councils, we have partnered with one of Australia’s leading tourism business experts, Nigel Collin. Over a three week period, starting this Thursday, you will have direct access to Nigel, though a closed Facebook Group. He will present a series of online seminars and will provide you access to his online learning modules that consist of short videos and contain templates and a comprehensive workbook to access at any time.
Daylesford Macedon Tourism, together with Hepburn Shire Council and Macedon Ranges Shire Council, is offering businesses within our region the ‘Gap Hunter’ series of FREE online seminars and modules, designed to help create a plan to continue to manage through the Covid-19 crisis and into the future. READ MORE….
Hope you’re holding up OK. It’s a weird time. I went for a walk around Lake Daylesford last Sunday afternoon (I love my kids, but there are only so many games of charades or episodes of Bluey that I can handle in a small house on a wet day). OK, it was a bit rainy, but in my 30-minute walk, I saw no one. No people, no cars, nothing. It was quite eerie. And as a community member, I thought ‘good, stay home’.