Introducing Lizzy Pepper and Tim Campbell who will be working, as consultants, with MRBTA and our members to bring to life the social media arm of our destination marketing strategy. Their focus will be on increasing preference of travel to the Margaret River Region and expressing the diversity of our community.
Lizzy and Tim have a great understanding of MRBTA as they are already members themselves.
After living in Melbourne and London, Lizzy meant to have a summer in Yallingup before getting a ‘serious’ job in Perth. Nine years on, and she loves Dunsborough too much to return to city life.
Lizzy works as a marketing consultant in the tourism industry, working with restaurants, wineries, tour operators and hoteliers in the Margaret River region. She’s taken helicopter rides along the coast, distilled her own batch of gin and put in the hard yards tasting wines to help tell her clients stories. Whether she’s paddling her wave ski on Geographe Bay, swimming at Castle Rock Beach, brunching at a favourite café or drinking local wine on the deck, Lizzy’s always on the lookout for new tastes and experiences to share with visitors.
Tim doesn’t have an off switch, life is just too good in this part of the world.
With an entire working history spent outdoors from cray fishing in the Midwest, Search and Rescue in the Northwest and now Lifestyle photography in the Southwest, Tim has adventure in his veins and there has always been a camera at hand.
“It’s the community that really gets me going each day, people are so supportive in the South West and I just want to give back where I can.”
Tim hopes to share his image making skills with the MRBTA members so they can work towards a common goal of shining above the rest as one of Australia’s top tourism destinations; a goal only achievable through teamwork he says. “This job is all about the journey, and I’m grateful to be a part of so many peoples story.”Connecting with #MargaretRiver on social