A new strategy aimed at luring more food and wine lovers from across the globe to regional NSW has been launched in the RIVERINA.
Minister for Tourism and Events, Adam Marshall released the strategy in Griffith late last week, saying it will help to grow the vibrant food and wine industry, which currently contributes $9.2 billion annually to the state's visitor economy.
The Government will be rolling out 27 actions to support the sector through activities like marketing, product development workshops and research to identify local opportunities, trends and gaps.
Locals can view the strategy here.
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