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New tourism guide will appeal to both visitors and locals

WTE's Shona Gibson and Warwick Daily News' Kaela Freeman with the Savour Warwick and Surrounds. The new guide is available at the Warwick Visitor Information Centre.
WTE's Shona Gibson and Warwick Daily News' Kaela Freeman with the Savour Warwick and Surrounds. The new guide is available at the Warwick Visitor Information Centre. Shannon Newley

WARWICK'S latest tourism book, the Savour Warwick and Surrounds Regional Guide, might be aimed at visitors but with an emphasis on discovering hidden gems, locals just might find out something they don't know about our little patch of paradise.

Warwick Tourism and Events' Shona Gibson said the book was recognised as the official visitor guide for the region by the council, Southern Queensland Country Tourism and Tourism Queensland.

"The guide highlights our authentic country way of life with emphasis on discovering hidden gems, exploring our history and heritage, the scenic drives and national parks of the region, and of course events," she said.

"It will head to consumer travel shows, as well as hit the shelves in visitor information centres and RACQ offices across Queensland and parts of New South Wales."

The glove box-sized book was funded by local advertisers and was published and produced by Warwick Daily News and printed by APN Print Warwick.

Topics:  tourism, visitors, warwick




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