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About us

The Cradle Coast Authority (CCA) is the regional voice for North West Tasmania. 

The CCA was established by the nine Local Government Councils of North West Tasmania to represent and advocate the needs of the region. 

The Authority collaborates and facilitates a diverse range of projects and initiatives involving all tiers of government, industry and the community. 

Our three areas of focus are Regional Economic Development, Natural Resource Management and Tourism. 

The long-term sustainability and future prosperity of the region is at the heart of everything we do.


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Early Bird Ticket Prize Closes Friday 8 July
For a chance to win back the cost of 2 tickets to the 2016 Qantaslink Cradle Coast Regional Tourism Forum, the Cradle Coast Authority is encouraging people to purchase a ticket before Friday July 8.
The 2016 Cradle Coast Tourism Forum is an annual event hosted by the Cradle Coast Authority’s Tourism Team. The Early Bird Ticket Prize is inclusive of 2 Forum Tickets. Tickets to the event are available online at
Introducing Paige Rowett, Co-founder and Director of the online business Tourism eSchool
The 2016 Qantaslink Cradle Coast Regional Tourism Forum has a range of national speakers coming to Ulverstone on Thursday 28 July 2016. Tickets to the event are available online at: A stand out speaker includes Mrs Paige Rowett, co-founder and Director of the online business Tourism eSchool. Mrs Rowett will present at the Tourism Forum on ‘How to Design a Tourism Experience That Breeds Raving Brand Advocates’. ...

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