The body responsible for promoting tourism across most of north and western New South Wales has gone into administration.
Inland NSW was formed in 2011 in a merger between local tourism groups in the New England, Riverina and central and far west regions.
Members were told on Friday that administrators had been called in because the organisation had not been able to successfully apply for enough grant funding.
“Inland NSW, like many other regional tourism organisations, is very reliant on funds derived from grants,” a statement from the organisation said.
“This accounts for 82 per cent of Inland’s budgeted income.
“Unfortunately Inland has not been able to s…
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