Draft Cycle Tourism Strategy for Tasmania released for comment
The Tasmanian Government has released a Draft Cycle Tourism Strategy for comment. The Strategy identifies three priority areas to support the growth and development of cycle tourism in the State out to 2020: consolidating trails and routes; marketing trails and events in Tasmania; and providing the supporting infrastructure and services to provide the right experience once cycle tourists arrive.
A list of potential actions have been identified to support these priority areas, but the draft plan has been released so that those involved in the sector can provide their input into what they believe are the priorities.
There will be an opportunity for people to provide feedback and input until February 2017, and the Department of State Growth has an online form for website which can be accessed by clicking here [link deactivated].
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