Who are we?
cradle coast authority
The Cradle Coast Authority exists to build a vibrant, capable and resilient Cradle Coast region through effective and collective action.
We deliver regional Economic Development, Tourism and Natural Resource Management. We advocate, enable cooperation and ensure coordination by supporting regional strategic functions, projects and plans.
“The CCA exists to contribute to building a vibrant, capable and resilient Cradle Coast Region.”
OUR BUSINESS UNITS
We deliver regional Economic Development, Tourism and Natural Resource Management.
Advocate, enable cooperation and ensure coordination by supporting regional strategic functions, projects and plans.
The Cradle Coast Authority is the regional tourism organisation for Tasmania’s Cradle Coast – the north-west og the island, including the West Coast and King Island.
Natural Resource Management
Cradle Coast NRM is the natural resource manangement division of the Cradle Coast Authority. We actively assist communities in north-west Tasmania to manage and improve their natural resources to ensure a healthy future for our region.
The Cradle Coast Authority ’s regional economic development team exists to provide a lean and agile platform for developing and supporting new ways of working together on the complex tasks that are not effectively being dealt with separately.
LATEST NEWS FROM THE
CRADLE COAST AUTHORITY
Three generations of the Charles family have been producing premium Blue Hills Honey since it was established in 1955. The rare Leatherwood honey is sourced from the pristine Tarkine wilderness here in the north west of Tasmania, in an area...
More than four years ago, Truffiere farmer Jennifer Hunter, took inspiration from the Gourmet Farmer Matthew Evans, when she decided to jump off the corporate ladder, sell up in Cairns and "escape to Cradle Country" to Lower Barrington. She brought with her business...
Economic Development News
Cradle Coast NRM supported training for over 50 participants from 3 groups: Friends of Burnie Penguins, Friends of Lillico Penguins and Stanley WildS’cool. The volunteers are trained in interpretation and hear talks on the latest research, this time from a Phillip...