An Australian Tourism Data Warehouse listing is an essential marketing tool for tourism businesses and events. An ATDW listing provides a presence at national, state, regional and destination levels via official tourism websites such as,,, etc.

Overall benefits include: reaching a global audience, marketing opportunities, lead generation and inclusion on sites that rank highly on search engines such as Google. Plus it saves time with managing one profile only. There’s also technical support and training available from Visit Victoria’s dedicated ATDW team.

Click here to find out more and note the listing fee is back at $295 per year for profit businesses. Events and not-for-profit businesses will remain free to list.

Below are some of the most common listing types and classifications in our region:


Accommodation establishments allowing short term stay. Property styles can range from apartments, backpacker and hotels, bed and breakfasts, caravan and camping, farm stays, holiday houses, motels, hotels and resorts.


  • Apartment
  • Bed and Breakfasts
  • Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks
  • Cottages
  • Holiday Houses
  • Hotels
  • Motels
  • Retreat and Lodge


Attractions must be places/areas of interest that offer a distinct visitor experience to the leisure tourist


  • Natural Attractions
  • Parks and Gardens
  • Galleries, Museums and Collections
  • Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
  • Spas and Retreats
  • Landmarks and Buildings
  • National Parks and Reserves

Food & Drink

Establishments which are targeted at leisure visitors and/or offer a unique dining experience.


  • Bar Produce
  • Breweries and Distilleries
  • Restaurants and Cafes
  • Cooking School, Lessons, Workshops
  • Wineries


Events must have a leisure tourism focus with the best potential to stimulate visitation.


  • Festivals and Celebrations
  • Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks
  • Food and Wine Markets
  • Concert or Performance
  • Exhibitions and Shows


Eligible tour operators must offer regularly organised tours with a leisure-tourism focus, organised by experienced guides. These may include a personal host and/or commentary.


  • Adventure and outdoor tours
  • Walking and biking tours
  • Air, helicopter and balloon tours
  • Food and wine tours
  • Cruises, sailing and water tours
  • Sightseeing Tours