WA’s Denmark fighting to keep visitor centre open amid visitation decline
They can be the difference between becoming frustratingly lost on the open road and an enjoyable, memorable holiday.
- Denmark’s visitor centre was facing closure last year
- The local chamber of commerce fought to keep the doors open
- Chamber CEO Summer Addy said visitors want face-to-face service despite declining visitor centre visitation
But to keep the doors open at visitor information centres, its operators — often volunteers — are up against declining visitation and a move to the internet.
However, a group of locals at the Western Australian coastal town of Denmark are determined to keep its visitor centre