BUSINESS & TOURISM
Business & Tourism sits within the Business, Sport and Community Services unit of Sutherland Shire Council. The key role of Business & Tourism is to support the growth of a proactive, diverse and sustainable economy and to stimulate local business and create local jobs.
Current business support related to COVID-19
Sutherland Shire Council is committed to ensuring that we provide the most relevant information, as provided by the lead public health agencies about coronavirus (COVID-19) for our local businesses. We have listed some of the most relevant government websites for businesses to check frequently.
For more information click here.
TOURISM TOOLKIT for local businesses
To spread the word about the many experiences within the Sutherland Shire we encourage local businesses who cater to visitors to 'make tourism your business'. By doing so you can:
- connect you with other like-minded businesses and organisations
- expand your marketing reach and potentially attracting new customers and revenue streams
- gain valuable insights into current and future trends of the local economy
- participate in educational programs and seminars
- work together to support the growth of a proactive, diverse and sustainable economy and to stimulate local business and create local jobs
economic development and tourism Committee
The Economic Development & Tourism Committee is made up of four Councillors and ten representatives from key industry sectors in the Sutherland Shire. The Committee is committed to driving economic and employment growth in the Shire.
To see Committee members click here
SUTHERLAND SHIRE ECONOMIC StratEGY
The Economic Strategy outlines the key economic outcomes which will contribute to enhancing the vibrancy, liveability, economic diversity and sustainability of the Sutherland Shire. The Economic Strategy for Sutherland Shire is directly aligned to our Community Strategic Plan
. The Strategy was prepared by Council, in collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders including local businesses, business chambers and the Economic Development & Tourism Committee.
To view the Economic Strategy click below