Action plan for Kroombit Tops park
IT is one of our most popular hinterland tourist spots, but there are suggestions Kroombit Tops National Park has the potential to offer visitors much more.
A feasibility study into the park has revealed key points to develop it into one of the emerging natural attractions of Central Queensland.
Project consultants Tourism Potential have released their findings to Gladstone Area Promotion and Development Limited (GAPDL) which will consider the recommendations.
The draft report states that while the national park offers distinctive conservation, scenic and recreational value, other parks in the Central Queensland region such as Cania Gorge and Blackdown Tableland attract more visitors. The three main areas identified include enhancing access to and within the park, creating more walking tracks and upgrading amenities.
GAPDL project officer Kim Williams said an action plan would be formulates based on the recommendations.