Scenic Rim Trail Masterplan, Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan

Project: Scenic Rim Trail Masterplan, Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan

When: 2013-2018

Client: Spicers Group

Objectives of the Assignment

To respond to a Queensland Government call for expressions of interest in ecotourism projects on National Parks. The Scenic Rim Trail concept was accepted by Government and a full masterplan was developed and accepted. The client then commissioned Tony Charters and Associates to undertake the detailed survey and design of the 65km walking trail and associated ecocamps, followed by the development of the DPEMP for government approval processes.

The Scenic Rim Trail will provide a world class, long range trail linking the private conservation lands of the Spicers Group with National Parks largely within the Gondwana World Heritage Area near the border of Queensland and New South Wales. The Trail will be open to the public and paying guests of the Spicers Group.

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