The latest information from the Cradle Coast Authority.
The Cradle Coast Authority’s nine Member councils today welcomed the focus from Canberra on one of the region’s priority projects.Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten committed to matching the Federal Government’s $4.8M towards the Cradle Coast Coastal Pathway, as well as an additional commitment of $4M for the section between Wivenhoe and Heybridge.
The Western Explorer road on Tasmania's West 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.
Cradle Coast Authority Chair Sid Sidebottom speaks at this morning's Coastal Pathway funding announcement, as Tasmanian Independent Senator Steve Martin (left) and Senator Mathias Cormann Minister for Finance (centre) look on.
MEDIA RELEASESignificant 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.