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Byron Trails Map

Evaluation Survey

The Byron Trails Map was developed in partnership with tourism businesses across the Shire. Anecdotal feedback since the map was launched in April 2013 has been very positive, however with 75,000 of the 100,00 print run of the Map now in circulation, we think that it is timely to get some more specific feedback to guide us on the future development and distribution of the map.

Please click on the link below to complete the short survey (will take approximately 5 minutes). We welcome all contributions from a range of people - busineses, community members, visitors and map users. Responses need to be received by 9 May 2014.

If you’re heading to the hills, grab the latest Byron Trails Map and take the long road.

Designed to enhance visitor experience the map is the only map of its kind to provide an ‘at a glance’ look at the whole Byron Shire. It was created to provide information on all the great things in our Shire to encourage visitors to explore further and stay longer.

The map showcases the artistic and alternate character of the Shire and features places of interest using iconic illustrations that are overlaid on a funky hand painted map.

On the reverse side of the map are directions for the five Trails, pointers to a range of ‘must-do’ Byron Shire sights, experiences and activities as well as advertisements and listings for participating businesses. 

The map is FREE and can be picked up at Visitor Information Centres, local businesses, trade shows and expos and local accommodation operators and venues.

Designed locally, the maps also make a great souvenir or piece of artwork that you can show family and friends where you have been.

The Byron Trails map is an initiative of Council’s Tourism Management Plan and is supported by Council’s Tourism Advisory Committee. The project saw 100,000 copies printed at a cost of $20,000.  The map was funded with $14,500 support from local businesses and the remainder from VIA Byron from within the Destination NSW Regional Partnership Program.  Council provided $9,000 funding for the artwork and co-ordinated the project.