The Cradle Coast Authority is the regional voice for North West Tasmania, established by the nine Local Government Councils 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.
Staycations a reason to roam like a local on the Cradle Coast
With iconic landscapes and wilderness, and a burgeoning food, wine and festival scene, the Cradle Coast Authority as the region’s Regional Tourism Organisation, is urging Tasmanians to “roam local” this winter with a new locally targeted campaign....
Federal funding a huge boost for Coastal Pathway
Significant sections of the Cradle Coast Coastal Pathway connecting 58,000 Cradle Coast residents between Sulphur Creek and Latrobe have received a welcome boost thanks to the work of Tasmanian Independent Senator Steve Martin and the Australian Government. ...