A new proposal for a hut-based guided walk to South East Cape within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area will impact on the Wilderness Zone.
In its haste to get work started on new facilities at Cradle Mountain, the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service is minimising public scrutiny and allowing some of the tourism industry’s inappropriate ideas.
The Planning Matters Alliance Tasmania (PMAT) is a new alliance of community groups from across Tasmania united with a common concern over the weakening of the state’s planning rules.
Normally, no news is good news but, in this case, it’s because all deliberations on proposed developments are being conducted behind closed doors, thanks to the Tasmanian Government’s secretive Expressions of Interest (EoI) process.
Avid bushwalker and ultra-marathon trail runner Jen Brown fears over-commercialisation of the World Heritage Area would have dire consequences for our parks and tourism.
The TNPA, along with other Tasmanian environment non–government organisations, have developed the following set of principles as a basis for developing a framework for environmentally sustainable tourism in Tasmania’s national park and reserves.