Ettalong*s precinct surrounding the Ettalong Diggers Club is on the brink of becoming the new business hub of the Peninsula. The area already accommodates a variety of businesses and when the new development ‘Atlantis Ettalong Beach* opens (scheduled for Late February 2019) the precinct will be even stronger commercially.
Stephen Brooks, spokesperson of the recently formed Peninsula Tourism Partners, local business owners with a strong focus to enhance and develop business and tourism in Ettalong Beach, “Once the ferry is docking in Ettalong again the area around Atlantis and Ettalong Diggers will be a new hub offering an eclectic variety of shopping and dining options.”
The district between Memorial Avenue and Picnic Parade is already home to 13 food outlets with various cuisines – plus Ettalong Diggers, always a staple for diners, These offers will be even more boosted by new outlets In the ‘Atlantis* building.
Soon, holiday makers and locals only have to take a few steps to indulge in their
favourite cuisine or experience something exotic’. There is a florist, homeware
shops, hair stylists, IGA,” BWS liquor, Ettalong Pub, Realtors, lawyers, dentists, Day
Spa, gym and Ettalong Diggers Visitor Information Centre to round off the commercial diversity within and surrounding Ettalong Diggers,
The Diggers Club is currently spending $2.5 million on an upgrade that will have
‘exciting times ahead*, as CEO Bill Jackson sums up the refurbishment. The CEO: “Fresh catering options, a general make-over, a sports bar and a new children’s play area are only a few of many transformations still to come.”
The Peninsula Tourism Partners are independent and supported by the Ettalong Diggers Visitor Information Centre. The Partners have already had great success with the previous two editions of the Peninsula Dollars Promotion. The partners also conducted 2 free ‘Facebook* and ‘Google* seminars local business owner/operators.
From here the Partners will only get stronger: “Peninsula Tourism Partners sole focus is on local businesses and developing marketing strategies to see Ettalong Beach blossom – Stephen Brooks,