Central Coast Tourism will look at ways to continue as an organisation, following a special general meeting in Wyong last night.
At the meeting, members unanimously voted not to wind up the organisation, after it was revealed last week it will not receive council's news $1.6 million tourism contract.
Chairman David Jewell says the organisation still has a role to play in advising on tourism in the region.
"(Stakeholders) were keen for the Organisation to continue in some shape or form, that's what the organisation is going to go away and talk to Council and the new organisation about."
"Central Coast Tourism has just finalised and will deliver to Council the 2017-21 Destination Management Plan for the region going forward. It's important that whoever's in charge in the future works with the representatives and members of the organisations that deliver tourism services."