Find Visitor Information Centres around Australia

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Find Visitor Information Centres around Australia

Accredited Visitor Information Centres (AVIC) are located across Australia and provide travellers with local knowledge and useful tips to help them get around the local area. 


AVICs are staffed by friendly, knowledgeable locals who know the region and its tourism experiences well.

Travellers can find maps, brochures and reliable information on all kinds of attractions and events in the surrounding area. AVIC staff can also help with reservations for accommodation, attractions, dining or sightseeing tours and are well placed to give relevant, personalised and up-to-date advice on the best ways to travel through the local area.

AVICs are easy to find and most are located close to local landmarks, tourist attractions or in the centre of regional towns and centres. The centres also showcase a broad range of their region’s food, wine, culture, arts and crafts.

Kodja Place Visitor Information Centre, Kojonup, Western Australia

In Australia, AVICs are recognised by their clearly distinguishable branding, the exclusive blue and yellow ‘i’ sign. Their accredited status guarantees quality service and reliable, unbiased information.

Travellers can be confident that they’ll receive friendly and professional service at these centres, making a quick stop to an AVIC an important part of getting to know the local area and experiencing the best it has to offer.

Visitor information centre, Bowen, Queensland