Hunter Valley Wheelchair Accessible Hot Air Balloon is now taking bookings.
The Hunter Valley region’s latest accessible tourism experience - the Hunter Valley Wheelchair Accessible Hot Air Balloon - is now taking bookings following a successful launch yesterday.
A joint partnership between Cessnock City Council and Balloon Aloft, the accessible hot air balloon allows passengers who have previously been precluded from this activity the chance to experience the freedom of flight.
The accessible hot air balloon incorporates a unique seat and harnesses to ensure passengers with limited mobility are safe and secure during the flight, and is a first of its kind in NSW.
Doing Business with Council Event We’re thrilled to invite you to a valuable event to help simplify and enhance your interactions with Cessnock City Council. Join us for a FREE information session on ‘Doing Business with Council,’ focusing specifically on quotations and tenders for goods and services supporting CCC operations. This event is tailored to…
Hunter Region Business Excellence Awards Attention all outstanding businesses and entrepreneurs in the Hunter Region! The Hunter Region Business Excellence Awards are your chance to shine a spotlight on your achievements, showcase your innovation, and be recognised for your contributions to the thriving business community of the Hunter Region. This year has a new category:…
2024 Visitor Economy Grants – February Round Cessnock City Council is pleased to announce the latest round of Visitor Economy Grants to boost local business through mid-week tourism. Organisations or individuals wanting to host events, run projects and hold conferences in the Hunter Valley region are invited to apply for the grants, which provide funding…
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