The South Eastern Times : April 24th 2014
1 NEWS8 South East promoted Minister defends region’s digital campaign A SHORT film promoting the Limestone Coast has been hailed a success by tourism minister Leon Bignell. Nearing 100,000 views since its release in February, Escape to the Coast drew criticism from members of communities across the region, but the minister has defended the Through Local Eyes digital campaign. “It’s not what we think an ad should be when we live in an area,” Mr Bignell said. “These people (complaining) are already here, we don’t have to entice them, we’re trying to entice others to visit. “The true success will come with increased bookings.” Mr Bignell said one of the main markets currently being targeted by tourism operators around Australia was the young, inner-city demographic - commonly referred to as “hipsters”. “These are the people looking for these sorts of experiences,” he said. “They’re savvy enough and they’ll see the ad and want to do it.” While many identifi able landmarks were not featured in the advertisement, Mr Bignell said it was important to see the “big picture”. “You’re actually selling a feeling, you’re not selling an image of TV GUIDE I Thursday april 24 I SEVEN Sa TEN Sa 6.00 Sunrise. 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Consumer advice: violence – v, language – l, sex references – s, nudity – n, drug use – d, horror/supernatural themes – h, adult themes – a, medical practices – m, war scenes – w, (R) Repeat, (CC) Closed Captions. www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au the Blue Lake or something like that,” he said. “Once you’ve sold the feeling, they get online and see that if they just keep on driving they’ll see the Blue Lake. “That’s how you sell it, these are marketing experts telling us this.” Mr Bignell said the Limestone Coast feature had been among the most popular, second only to Yorke Peninsula with 116,000 views. VIDEO ONLINE: scan the QR code with an enabled smartphone or tablet to view the ‘Escape to the Coast’ video. “Yorke Peninsula has been out for about six months more,” he said. “The same people who worked on the Limestone Coast video were involved with the Barossa ad, and the Barossa is basically sold out nearly every weekend. “This hasn’t got the same reach, but in terms of the same sort of feeling it invokes, it’s exactly what we’re after.” While views and shares have given an indication of the campaign’s effectiveness, Mr Bignell said the real proof would be in booking numbers. “We’d really like to hear that Robe, Kingston, Beachport, down in Mount Gambier and across in Coonawarra see increases,” he said. “It features Coonawarra linked with Robe, but that could be anywhere along the coast, and the wineries could be in Mount Benson or Cape Jaffa as well.” Mr Bignell said the featured locations were beautifully linked. “It’s not too descriptive as in you should go to this winery or this beach,” he said. “It’s saying that if you go down to the Limestone Coast you will fi nd good wineries and good beaches. “What I like about it is it was kind of set in that winter sort of period where it is harder for tourist operators with bookings.” Mr Bignell said an accommodation provider he spoke to in Penola on the weekend was having a bumper period. “We want to extend that out and ensure people keep coming in the winter months,” the minister said. “I think having people rugged up and the bonfi re on the beach in the movie evokes that sort of feeling.” Former editor sells historic Adelaide home for $1.7m EDITOR-turned-auctioneer John McRostie sold the former Adelaide home of Hollywood actor Mel Gibson at auction on Easter Saturday for $1.7m. An associate of Mr Gibson had owned the property in the 1980s and it was occupied by the actor when he was making his mark in fi lms such as Gallipoli and Mad Max. “Many people were curious because of the connection to Mel Gibson, but in the end it had no bearing on the result,” Mr McRostie said. It was one of his most newsworthy sales as a real estate agent in his 20 years in the capital city. Mr McRostie was part of the family partnership which formerly owned The South Eastern Times and was editor from 1988 to 1994. He said a large crowd attended the auction of the iconic “Kaniva” homestead in the inner suburb of Unley. “It was a lovely big home with huge rooms but it did need some work,” Mr McRostie said. “The home was set up as four fl ats during World War II. “Most were rented to the families of servicemen. “An old story is that the four women used to organise bridge fundraising games for the war effort.” He said he had met a couple of the older ladies who came from their nursing homes to TOP SALE: Former South Eastern Times editor John McRostie has sold a house that was once occupied by Hollywood actor Mel Gibson. reminisce at the site. Mr McRostie accepted an opening bid of $1.5m and quickly moved to the selling price. Regarded as a good quality home in a prestigious location, the new owners are a couple with South African heritage. “They bought the home with a view to upgrading and using it as their family home,” he said.
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