Tourist Attraction Signposting

16 October 2014

Tourist signs in New South Wales have a white legend on a brown background and serve to:

  • indicate to motorists establishments, features or places that are major tourist attractions
  • detail the routes of themed or regional tourist drives
  • welcome visitors to the state and its tourism regions.

These signs are managed by the Tourist Attraction Signposting Assessment Committee (TASAC).

Signs for Visitor Information Services are also managed by TASAC. Visitor Information Services include information bays, visitor radio and accredited visitor information centres. These signs have a white legend on a blue background, except where an italicised yellow ‘i’ appears, for accredited visitor information centres.

To find out about tourist signposting view our Frequently Asked Questions, which may help you get started.

Contact Destination NSW to find out about eligible signposting categories and request application forms.

For more information

Tel: 02 9931 1483 - David Douglas for Application Process questions, policy and other issues