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Shape island’s future | The Times



Now is the time to have your say one what you would like to see happening on Granite Island tourism-wise, as the Department for Environment and Water looks to create a shared tourism vision and priorities.

As part of the re-imagining of the island’s future, the art trail Sculpture Encounters will be removed from Friday, April 23, having reached the end of the three-year hire agreement with the state government.

A Visitor Experience Master Plan for the recreation park is being developed and National Parks and Wildlife Service executive director Mike Williams said community members’ voices are crucial in shaping the island’s recreation and tourism future.

“It’s a wonderful opportunity to ensure that Granite Island continues to provide its…

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