Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Young talent Guy Sebastian and Matilda Brown have teamed up to promote the beauty and adventure in NSW, as part Tourism NSW’s new youthful campaign.The ambassadors were selected to help reduce the effects of the strong dollar and increase the state’s appeal to younger travellers, according to NSW Tourism, Major Events and Hospitality Minister George Souris.“Sydney and regional NSW attract more than five million visitors in the 15-29 age range every year and it’s worth about $5.5 billion to the State’s economy,” Mr Souris explained.“We want to let young Australians know how much there is to see and do in their own backyard- they’ve lost the habit of holidaying at home.”As part of the Tourism NSW youth initiative, personalities including Guy Sebastian, Matilda Brown, Channel V’s Danny Clayton, Peep Toe’s Nikki Hager, surfer Sally Fitzgibbons and chef Dan Hong will be paired up with travel bloggers to promote the best events and activities across the state.The well-known faces will Tweet or Facebook a question like “Where do you recommend I go for the best surf?” and responses will then be submitted to Tourism NSW, who will then send bloggers out to the locations to spread the news.Guy Sebastian said he was eager to share his “tips” and his favorite things to see and do across Sydney and NSW. “My work involves a lot of travel both domestically and internationally,” he said.“Every time I fly over Sydney it always hits home that I am so lucky to live in the most beautiful city in the world.”In support of the new campaign, Tourism NSW also unveiled five new short videos, filmed, directed and produced by Matilda Brown, which will be uploaded onto Youtube and the Group’s website.“There’ll be a Facebook application and competition based around the five short films produced by Matilda Brown, called “Captured by the Country,” Mr Souris explained.“Facebook users can watch the films, select an experience to win, and share with friends to ‘like’ the application and enter the competition.”Mr Souris told e-Travel Blackboard last night at then launch of the new campaign that the new promotion was part of the State’s plan to double tourism by 2020.
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