Tasmania's Cycle Tourism Strategy and funding released

The Tasmanian Government has released it's Tasmanian Cycle Tourism Strategy to guide the development of Tasmania’s cycling tracks and trails, grow and promote experiences and events, and improve safety for all cyclists.

It has committed $6 million to establish the Cycle Tourism Fund to make this happen.

This will support projects to achieve a vision of making Tasmania the nation’s leading cycle tourism destination.

TThe Government has already allocated $1 million of the Cycle Tourism Fund for the St Helens Mountain Bike Trail Network and $800,000 in the Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails.

The Cycle Tourism Fund is open for applications from 28 September 2017 with total available funding of $4.2 million. Applications will close mid-December, and successful projects are expected to be announced in February 2018.

For more information www.stategrowth.tas.gov.au

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