How to get CrisisReady in the Scenic Rim
When it comes to preparing for potential disasters, getting ready doesn’t just help you in the heat of the moment, it also means you'll have a quicker recovery.
Take the stress out of disaster management by investing a couple of hours in the proven CrisisReady planning process!
Delivered by EarthCheck's Dr Natasha Montesalvo, one of Australia's leading tourism risk and resilience experts, these practical, online tutorials will step you through the stages of preparing for whatever the future holds.
You’ll finish the tutorials with a Business Continuity Plan and access to the Scenic Rim's CrisisReady app, giving you a disaster HQ in the palm of your hand.
Click here for access to the CrisisReady tutorials and resources.
This program is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments as a component of the 2019 Queensland Bushfires Community Recovery Package under Category C of the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.
Scenic Rim Regional Tourism Strategy
Scenic Rim's regional tourism strategy is based on sustainable tourism best practice principles and addresses the three pillars of sustainable tourism: Destination Development, Destination Marketing, and Destination Management. Council adopted the Scenic Rim Regional Tourism Strategy 2017-2021 in January 2017
The Scenic Rim Regional Tourism Strategy provides a framework to guide destination planning and management into the future. It is intended to be a living strategy that guides the development of innovative, viable and sustainable tourism activity.
A living strategy is one that is owned by the community, by the tourism industry and by government and embodies the essence and aspirations of Scenic Rim places and communities. The strategy reflects the intrinsic natural, social and cultural values of the Scenic Rim and supports strategies and actions that contribute to a strong and vibrant future for local communities set within a global context.
Accordingly, this living strategy is capable of adapting to changing conditions, local needs and issues and embodies a shared vision that lives within the minds and actions of the stakeholders and agencies involved in tourism.