Tourism Hub Concept Plan
Dulabed and Malanbarra Yidinji Aboriginal Corporation
Plan C engaged with Dulabed and Malanbarra Yidinji Aboriginal Corporation and community to develop a Tourism Hub Concept Plan.
The concept plan identifies the location, staging and general infrastructure needed to implement a tourism hub on Dulabed and Malanbarra Yidinji Country, as well as the operational and resourcing requirements. Principles for designing and delivering tourism experiences and products on Country were also identified with the community.
Opportunities for tourism in and around the Goldsborough Valley and community priorities for establishing tourism ventures were identified, with a three-year implementation plan.
#Key Outcomes Achieved
A clear vision for tourism on Country and how a tourism hub can support tourism products and experiences and complement existing environmental and cultural activities
An understanding of the tourism market and opportunities for Indigenous tourism and community priorities for establishing tourism ventures
Governance, resourcing and infrastructure requirements needed to implement a tourism hub and tourism experiences and products
Potential and preferred locations for a tourism hub
Identified tourism principles and protocols with community
Development of an emerging and sustainable tourism destination and events program, focused on supporting the local community and preserving the natural environment.
Eastern Yalanjiwarra Culture and Tourism Hub Design and Development Framework (Queensland Parks and Wildlife)
Engagement and development advice to inform project planning of a new centre for culture and tourism in the Daintree.
Completed an economic and social preliminary business case for the State-wide music trails, gaining funding for a world-first music tourism platform across outback Queensland.
Plan C engaged with Gugu Badhun Aboriginal Corporation to prepare a Whole of Country Tourism Strategy to identify the aspirations of the Gugu Badhun people with regards to tourism and the opportunities to fulfil these aspirations.