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Council launches first visitor guide

Liverpool's first visitor guide is available from Council's Moore Street Customer Service Counter or at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.
Liverpool's first visitor guide is available from Council's Moore Street Customer Service Counter or at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.

Liverpool mayor Wendy Waller suspects long-term locals "might learn a thing or two" in council's first visitor guide:Love Liverpool - See Taste Do. The guide, which features more than 40 pages of exciting ideas and top spots across the Liverpool region, aims to showcase the city to visitors.

"Flipping through this guide is to be reminded of just how much there is to enjoy right across the capital of the Great South West, even as you strictly follow social distancing and hygiene requirements," Mayor Waller said. "There are perfect picnic spots, wonderful walks and so much room to run and ride or just relax in a beautiful bush environment.

The cover of the guide.

The cover of the guide.

"And our artistic offerings are of a very high standard, whether it's an exhibition at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, soaking up the winter sun with a riverside stroll through Casula Parklands to enjoy the Liverpool Sculpture Walk or checking out the many murals around our city centre.

"Then there's our extraordinary food culture - the chance to try flavours from around the world within a few blocks."

The guide also includes a list of the top five things to do in the CBD.

Mayor Waller stressed the need to remain diligent and stay COVID-safe while out and about.

"We are enjoying some small steps towards a new kind of normality but we are not free of the pandemic yet, so I would urge everyone to take care as they enjoy all our beautiful region has to offer," she said.