We love building longstanding relationships with our clients - Riverina Regional Tourism, the peak tourism body for the Riverina in southern NSW, have been a Jack Marlow client for three years now. We've helped them integrate to ATDW (Australian Tourism Data Warehouse) and since then have helped them grow the Riverina Tourism Brand. In 2015 we've helped them stay ahead of the market with three beautiful new Responsive Websites.

Riverina Tourism


We've made a huge number of improvements and changes to our CMS since we first pushed the Riverina Tourism website live in 2012 but that doesn't mean we needed to rebuild any of the custom integration we did for Riverina Tourism a few years ago. The revamped Riverina Tourism continues to pull through data from the ATDW database - but has an entirely new "front end" which showcases their new branding scheme and is fully responsive. I think the full width images really make the website feel rich and vibrant! 

I love the trails and directions functionality which Simon integrated with Google maps. 

Riverina Localist


Riverina Localist is a program we developed with Riverina Tourism to allow Riverina businesses to list special deals and offers and allows residents and visitors to claim unique redemption codes for the offers. The Localist program has now become big enough to require its own website instead of just being a part of the Tourism website itself. Again - none of the existing functionality needed to be re-engineered which means Yannika and Jacqui have the same tools they had before to manage their localist codes and businesses - but in their new Truss CMS Dashboard.

I really like the colour and font scheme on this website - we've kept a some of the design elements from the Riverina Tourism website but it still has a unique look and feel.

Taste Riverina


As well as splitting Riverina Tourism and Riverina Localist into two websites we've rebuilt Taste Riverina as a Truss CMS website, replacing a site built by another provider. Taste Riverina is a month long 'menu of events' which runs in October of each year. Earlier this year the website went live for Riverina businesses to register (including payment for featured events) online. 

Building the parallax effect for the coloured circles might be the most fun I've had building a website in quite a while. I love the way you can see them through the slightly transparent panels lower on the homepage!

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