The Curryfest can now officially call Woolgoolga home thanks to new signage provided by Enterprise and Training Company Limited (ETC).
The Woolgoolga Curryfest is a colourful celebration of the region’s unique cultural diversity showcasing exotic food and live entertainment to be held this Saturday.
Chair of the Woolgoolga Curryfest Committee Ray Willing said there were no permanent signs in the town promoting the premier annual event.
“Woolgoolga is working hard to make the Curryfest a major attraction for tourists not only to the town but to the broader Coffs Coast region, Mr Willing said.
“Our aim is to link the town more closely to the event and promote it right throughout the year,” he said.
ETC Director Ian Preston said ETC was pleased to be able to support the new Woolgoolga Curryfest signage through the ETC Community Support Fund.
“The ETC Community Support Fund is designed to help organisations improve the social and economic development of local communities,” Mr Preston said.
“ETC is proud to be a not-for-profit company and we are confident the new signage will boost local tourism to the area.”
“Since 1989, ETC has placed over 51,000 Australians into jobs, trained more than 23,000 people, helped over 34,000 small businesses to start-up and grow, and contributed in excess of $25 million to the local communities in which we operate,” he said.