WA Recovery Plan injects $150 million into the State’s tourism industry – and we are very pleased to see that this includes funding to improve trail experiences and associated infrastructure.
South West, Peel & Great Southern
$1.19 million for upgrades on the Bibbulmun Track and Munda Biddi Trail including renewing campsites, bridges and sections of the track in the Great Southern region.
$350,000 to commence rebuilding The Pines mountain bike trails in Margaret River $40,000 for mountain bike trails planning and design to progress concept planning and detailed design around the Pemberton area.
$12.78 million to establish trail towns and centres to service existing and new trails in the Great Southern region including the realignment of Munda Biddi Trail through William Bay National Park to Denmark, new trails in the Valley of the Giants to Walpole, new and upgraded trails in Torndirrup National Park and new and upgraded trails at Castle Rock in the Porongurup National Park.
$2.24 million to renew walk and cycle trails to encourage people to visit parks in the Great Southern region, including existing trails in the Torndirrup, Porongurup, Walpole-Nornalup and Mount Frankland national parks.
$1.56 million for new and upgraded visitor facilities in national parks across the Great Southern region, including resealing Coalmine Beach Road in the Walpole-Nornalup National Park an overflow carpark at the Granite Skywalk at Castle Rock in the Porongurup National Park, and a new toilet at Ledge Beach in Gull Rock National Park.
$1.2 million for upgrades to visitor access and facilities in the Ningaloo coast World Heritage Area, near Exmouth including constructing the new Over the Range walk trail in Cape Range National Park.
Last updated by Trailtalk Admin Dec 14, 2020.