Agnes a tourism must

DEVELOPING an eco-style safari camp for Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy and new backpacker attractions are among 16 tourism projects considered a high priority for Central Queensland, Tourism Minister Peter Lawlor has announced.

Mr Lawlor, who was in Rockhampton to open the National Rally of the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia, previewed the major proposed tourism investment projects identified as part of the Central Queensland Tourism Opportunity Plan (CQTOP).

“The CQTOP has been more than 12 months in the making and has been developed as a partnership between Tourism Queensland, Capricorn Tourism and Gladstone and Area Promotion and Development,” he said.



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