The #MyMaitland campaign is all about bringing more of your friends and family to Maitland by sharing your stories, places and experiences using #MyMaitland.

The campaign will run until March next year and will look to build on Maitland’s growing visitor economy, which is now worth around $108 million annually. That figure would grow by a further $10 million, too, if everyone in Maitland invited just one extra person a year to come visit them overnight.

Here’s a taste of a few things that we love about Maitland, take a look at the video’s and find your inspo for your next social post. Share what you love about our city using #mymaitland on your socials.

Click here to see the nuts and bolts of the campaign.

Coffee and Pampering in #MyMaitland

I can’t feel my face. I’m on to number seven of my coffee tour of Maitland, and if I’m going to be honest, it’s all starting to blur into a frothy haze of crema and jitters....

Lorraine’s #MyMaitland

Lorraine is a local at Lochinvar, a little village on the outskirts of Maitland. Lorraine is a proud member of the Maitland Black and White Committee, raising funds for Vision...

Live Music in #MyMaitland

Who would have thought a regional town, famous for pumpkins and Les Darcy would establish itself as a live music destination for locals and visitors to the city? From music...

Luke’s #MyMaitland

Maitland born and bred, Luke has an honest passion for the town he grew up in. Luke returned to work at the school he was a member of, gives his time for local sporting clubs...

Family Day Out in #MyMaitland

If your kids regularly throw out the old ‘I’m bored’ line over the weekend or during the school holidays, then here is the answer. For kids growing up in or visiting Maitland...

Hunter River in #MyMaitland

The first glimpse of the Hunter River for Maitland is as it winds into the historic town of Morpeth, which was once one of the busiest trade ports in NSW. Visitors can relive...

Art in #MyMaitland

The creative parts of Maitland are starting to burst through with public art and installations, Maitland Regional Art Gallery, emerging musical talent and unique artisans and...

A Day in Morpeth in #MyMaitland

Morpeth was initially established as the private township of Green Hills by Lieutenant Edward Charles Close on an area that made up part of a land grant given to him in 1821....

Antique Shopping in #MyMaitland

In September 2014 two U.S. men camped out for the iPhone 6 for 19 days. They cemented their spot in the New York City line on 31 August, almost three weeks ahead of the Apple...

Craig’s #MyMaitland

Craig has a solid connection to Maitland, with a love for his home town, Parkrun and his family, he is a passionate Maitland local. He loves seeing the changes in the city and...

A Night Out in #MyMaitland

You don’t need to go far to have a great night out with the range of after hours options across the city continuing to evolve. Most recently this has included the opening of a...

Get Active in #MyMaitland

When it comes to recreation, Maitland is blessed with countless options. There’ s something for those who are up at the crack of dawn running, cycling and paddling,...

Maddie’s #MyMaitland

Paralympian Maddie Elliot loves to come home after travelling to compete. There’s nothing like spending time with friends at the local hotel or catching up for coffee at...

Shop Local in #MyMaitland

Support local business. There is a wide range of independent and chain stores around the city with four major shopping hubs and many small village precincts Most people,...

Amorelle’s #MyMaitland

Maitland local Amorelle Dempster talks about her love for Maitland and how proud she is to call it home. Amorelle is the leader of Slow Food Hunter Valley and owner the...

Paddock to Plate in #MyMaitland

Despite an exploding population and an expanding industrial sector, rural Maitland with its rusted corrugated metal barns, grazing livestock and alluvial flats still exists,...

Explore Heritage in #MyMaitland

Growing up in Maitland, it’s easy to take for granted the history of the city and sometimes it takes time away from Maitland, as well as a set of fresh eyes, to really...