Long Point Shorebird Sanctuary Tourism Feasibility Study
The brief was to identify a range of minimal impact nature-based tourism products that could safely operate in the Long Point Shorebird Sanctuary without degrading the Sanctuary.
The Study was grounded in a strong environmental ethic, and presented a number of options for minimal impact tourism products aimed at providing visitors with a unique experience of this remarkable place.
This project is significant in ensuring that the ecological integrity of the sanctuary is not compromised, whilst addressing real concerns associated with securing financial resources for the long-term management of the sanctuary’s values.
The project was awarded Commendation for Environmental Planning or Conservation Excellence in the 2007 Planning Institute of Australia (Tasmania) Awards.