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
The Cradle Coast has led the state in growth in visitor numbers, compared to the same time last year. According to the most recent Tasmanian Visitor Survey (TVS) results, total visitation to Tasmania reached 1.3 million for the year ending September 2018, an increase...
MEDIA RELEASE The Cradle Coast Authority (CCA) welcomes the Coalition Government’s investment in Tasmania towards the proposed second interconnector with the mainland. The Coalition Government has pledged $56 million for the proposed second interconnector with the...
Economic Development News
Research published in Nature today highlights the importance of Australian Coastal Saltmarsh wetlands for storing carbon, especially as sea levels rise. The Cradle Coast region has 35% of Tasmania’s Coastal Saltmarsh, and Cradle Coast NRM has recently applied for...