The Tasmanian Government has announced plans to spend $21m on two key tourism projects.
Premier and Tourism Minister Will Hodgman recently announced $15 million for The Cradle Mountain Master Plan and more than $6million towards the upgrading of the Great Eastern Drive along the state’s east coast.
Although Tasmania already has a booming visitor economy, the minister said the budget would add to the already strong tourism sector.
The news of the budget was welcomed by the Tourism Industry Council Tasmania and its chairman Daniel Leesong who said it would enable Cradle Mountain to become a world-class destination.
These projects would draw visitors into regional Tasmania.