An article in The Circular Head Chronicle (chchronicle.com.au)
The Bob Brown Foundation last week met with Circular Head tourism stakeholders to discuss plans for the proposed Trans Tarkine Track.
The meeting was held at Tall Timbers on Wednesday (October 26) where Scott Jordan on behalf of the Bob Brown Foundation and the director of Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Greg Irons presented the proposal.
Plans for the project were released in June with the hopes of creating a 100-kilometre walk through the Tarkine wilderness and along the north-west coast.
Circular Head Tourism Association president Clint Walker attended the meeting.
“From a tourism aspect, the proposal sounds fantastic. It’s the type of development, a highly desirable attraction, that north-west Tasmania needs in order to have any chance of maintaining our share of the growing Tasmanian visitor market.”