A better experience for tourists exploring the Hunter Valley Wine Country

Tourists travelling the Cessnock Local Government Area (LGA) are expected to have a better experience with the installation of information bays.   
Tourists travelling the Cessnock Local Government Area (LGA) are expected to have a better experience with the installation of information bays.  

Cessnock City Council marked the completion of two information bays at Kearsley and Lovedale today that were funded by the NSW Government’s Restart NSW Grant program.  

Cessnock City Mayor, Councillor Bob Pynsent said the signs look fantastic and will no doubt be welcomed by tourists.  

“The information bays not only look great but they provide visitors with extremely valuable information about the experiences on offer in the Hunter Valley Wine Country.”  

“Council have worked hard with local business to design the map and showcase our tourism industry,” Mayor Pynsent said.  

The installation of the information bay at Jeffrey Park, Kearsley also saw the construction of an amenities block, parking improvements and upgrades to the park facilities.  

Council is now undertaking work to install another four information bays in prominent locations across the LGA. To find out more about this project visit www.cessnock.nsw.gov.au/community/roads/projects.