Project Description

A strategy to guide government, tourism and community stakeholders develop and implement distinctive, high yield visitor experiences in a remote Western Australian region that contains two World Heritage Areas covering significant marine environments and arid outback landscapes. TRC Tourism also developed strategies for several other of Australia’s National Landscapes – Sydney Harbour (2013), Australia’s Green Cauldron (coastal and temperate World Heritage rainforest areas on the NSW/Queensland border, 2012), Flinders Ranges in the South Australian outback (2011) and the Kimberley in the remote north west of Western Australia (2010).

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Ningaloo-Shark Bay National Landscape Experience Development Strategy