The Cradle Coast Authority has a dedicated team of tourism personnel, guided by the Cradle Coast Tourism Executive, who are responsible for creating local, regional and state partnerships, and implementing strategies to ensure that the region maximises its tourism potential. The Authority has a Service Agreement with Tourism Tasmania to deliver strategies and programs at a regional and local level and acts as the regional tourism organisation for
It’s here! The Master Plan to bring Cradle Mountain to its full potential as a destination of global significance is now released. This is the start of the journey and we want you to be involved in this important project that spans tourism, business, community and environment. Click the link to the Cradle Mountain Master Plan section.
The Visitor Services Review has been completed to:
• Confirm the roles and responsibilities of the various stakeholders involved in providing visitor services
• Explore different approaches
• Identify ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of visitor services
• Describe opportunities to increase cooperation between stakeholders in the delivery of visitor services throughout the Cradle Coast region.
This project was supported by member Councils and funding from the Australian Government's Local Government Reform Fund.
The Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail has been developed recognising that the region needs to adopt a more ‘experience-focused’ approach to attracting visitors and tourism spend.
The concept is the result of the increasing density of food-related businesses value-adding the region’s produce and the state’s growing reputation as a food tourism destination.
The ATDW brochure is available to download here.
Rod Stendrup (Chairman)
John Dabner - Tall Timbers
Stuart Jones - Devonport City Council
Justin McErlain - The Waterfront Wynyard
Clint Walker - Stanley Seaview Inn, Horizon Deluxe and Burnie City Apartments
Carolyn Nissen - Western Wilderness Tourism Association
Debbie Grice - Quality Hotel Gateway
Lyndon Jago - Stay Tasmania
Alicia Peardon - Hundred Acres at Ghost Rock
Kirk Pinner - Outside the Square Solutions
Nik Deka - Parks and Wildlife (Observer)
Ian Waller - Cradle Coast Authority (Observer)