Cradle Mountain National Park
Cradle Mountain National Park (photograph: Chris Crerar)

Discovery Holiday Park Cradle Mountain Expansion

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​​​The Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) invited public submissions on the proposed expansion of the Discovery Holiday Park at Cradle Mountain. The draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been prepared by GHD (consultant), for Discovery Holiday Parks Cradle Mountain (proponent). 

The draft EIS describes the proposed development, outlines potential impacts to natural, cultural and recreational values and the commitments proposed to avoid or mitigate negative impacts. The statutory requirements of Conservation Area management and land use planning are also addressed in the EIS. 

The proposed development is located in the Vale of Belvoir Conservation Area.  The proposed development will expand and upgrade the existing visitor facilities as well as increase cabin and camping accommodation in the Cradle Mountain village. ​​

Project Stages






Stage 1 - Draft  Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and supporting documents accepted as suitable for public consultation. 
 

Stage 2 - Public consultation process advertised in three regional papers. Draft EIS and supporting documents available on the 'Have your say' page of PWS website. ​​

 
Stage 3 - The period for making public submissions closed. Final EIS and submission report is prepared by proponent, addressing comments received during the public consultation process. 
 
Stage 4 - Assessment of the final EIS completed and PWS prepares an Environmental Assessment Report (EAR) including the submission report and public submissions. 
 
Stage 5 - Final EIS, EAR, statement of reasons and public submissions published on the PWS website EIA page. 

Key Dates

Public consultation period beings:

  • Wednesday, 6 May 2020

Close of comment period:

  • Wednesday, 3 June 2020

Final EIS assessment completed:

  • To be announced

EIS, EAR, statement of reasons and public submissions published:

  • To be announced​