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Bruny Island Neck reopen following major redevelopment


Bruny Island tourism icon, The Neck, has reopened following a major redevelopment and improvement to the visitor facilities at the popular site.

Fairbrother wins contract for Cradle Mountain Gateway Precinct


A key milestone in the implementation of the Cradle Mountain Master Plan project has been reached with Tasmanian construction company Fairbrother awarded a $12 million contract for work on the Cradle Mountain Visitor Gateway Precinct.More

Milkshakes Hill Regional Reserve reopened


The Tarkine Drive visitor experience has been further enhanced with the reopening of the Milkshake Hills Regional Reserve.

Next steps on the new Cradle Mountain visitor experience


A key milestone has been reached in the project to transform Cradle Mountain into a new world-class experience with the release of the Dove Lake Viewing Shelter Development Proposal and Environmental Impact Statement (DPEIS) for public comment. Images of the proposed shelter have also been released for the first time.

The Tasmanian Liberal Government is making a total investment of more than $56.8 million into the Cradle Mountain Master Plan, in addition to commitments from the Federal Government.

The Cradle Mountain Master Plan will deliver a unique visitor experience for the region to encourage visitors to stay longer and visit again. The major investment in facilities and infrastructure and the resulting enhancements to the visitor experience will directly create local jobs.

Improvements to the Dove Lake experience include a new viewing shelter blended into the landscape at Dove Lake, a bus shelter and amenities building, an external viewing area, bus turning area, parking, a connection to the Dove Lake walking tracks and a viewing platform adjacent to Glacier Rock.

The DPEIS will be on display for six weeks and comments can be provided either in writing, or by attending public information sessions to be held at Cradle Valley, Devonport, Launceston and Hobart.
Feedback from the community will help refine the Development Approval that will be submitted to the Kentish Council. Once all approvals have been obtained, the construction works will be tendered late this year.

The DPEIS is available on the PWS ‘have your say’ webpage.

Submissions must be received by 21 October.