Social media posts during Covid-19 crisis

Yacaaba Headland, Hawks Nest

To post or not to post? Here’s our rationale for sharing.

Destination Barrington Coast is following the lead of Tourism Australia during this challenging period whose position is:

“We will keep sending you love and inspiration from Australia. We’ll celebrate our country’s beauty and share memories to get us through these unprecedented times. We hope our posts allow you to take a break and dream about the places you will be able to explore in the future.” (Published 20 March 2020)

For Destination Barrington Coast, our Facebook and Instagram pages are tools to show visitors and residents the best of our region. Despite these difficult and uncertain times, we will continue to share inspirational posts.

So while now is not the time to pack your bags and visit, we’re sure that our posts will allow you a moment’s break from the 24 hour news cycle by providing some amazing images and video.

We are sharing hope.

So get inspired and make plans for a Barrington Coast getaway when the time is right. We’ll see you soon.

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