How This Is To Be Achieved

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1. Undertake a demand study to determine demand for a walking track and tourism precinct in the area. Develop concept proposal and establish challenges, benefits and opportunities.
Status: funded by Federal Government.

2. Ensure that legislative instruments enable such a project to proceed on an in principle basis.
Status: funding and support opportunity. Commenced by volunteers.

3. Determine feasibility of the construction of a walking track and associated infrastructure.
Status: not due for commencement.

4. Secure funding for construction of walking track and associated infrastructure.
Status: not due for commencement.

5. Construction and implementation.
Status: not due for commencement.

Project Plan

Stage 1: Demand Study
Secure funding;
Incorporate association as steering committee;
Community and stakeholder engagement plan development and implementation;
Brief consultant;
Undertake demand study;
Analyze results;
Communicate results;
Stage 2: Legislative instruments
Identify applicable legislative instruments;
Seek amendment to the World Heritage Management Plan to enable appropriate management of this area;
Ensure Statewide planning scheme has appropriate local area provisions;
Community and stakeholder engagement plan and implementation;

Hold Point
Stage 3: Feasibility assessment
Secure funding;
Brief consultant;
Undertake feasibility study;
Analyze results;
Communicate results;

Hold Point
Stage 4: Pre construction
Secure funding;
Detailed planning including assessment of environmental technologies appropriate to project;