Hotel occupancy rates

Tourism. Hotel Occupancy details just released by the Tasmanian Hospitality Association show the Cradle Coast region continues to benefit from the positive momentum of the state’s tourism industry. Hotel occupancy rates reported for September 2015 hit 50.18 per cent, representing a 9 per cent increase on the same month last year. Rates have only exceeded …

3 years ago

NRM strategy

Comment. Local residents are invited to comment on the future of the Cradle Coast region. The five-year National Resource Management Strategy 2015-2020 covers the region’s land, waterways and coasts, and is open for comment until Friday July 24 at 5pm. The aim of the document is to identify priorities for action and help manage the region’s …

3 years ago

Region to host Games

Economy. The Cradle Coast region is set to host the 2017 Australian Masters Games in a deal expected to draw thousands of visitors. With news of the breakthrough, Circular Head Councillor Ashley Popowski is hoping the event will take advantage of the many facilities Circular Head has to offer. Elected on to the Australian Masters …

3 years ago
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Local operators up for Tas awards

Nominations. Finalists for the 2014 Tasmanian Tourism Awards have been announced, with four Circular Head businesses in the running for state honours. Fresh from being recognised in this year’s Cradle Coast Regional Tourism Awards, Tall Timbers Tasmania, Horizon Deluxe Apartments and Stanley Seaview Inn have all been nominated for their accommodation. Cable Station Restaurant is …

4 years ago

Boost your business

Tourism. The Cradle Coast Authority is inviting local tourist operators to showcase their businesses in a search for the north west and west coast’s best assets. The 2014 Win Television Cradle Coast Tourism Awards reward operators and individuals who demonstrate excellence in the tourism industry, providing an opportunity “to raise profile and reputation” while also …

5 years ago

Schemes in place

Planning. Interim planning schemes were put in use across the nine councils in the Cradle Coast region, including Circular Head, on Saturday. While the schemes are already in place, the public is welcome to comment on the schemes for a period of two months by visiting www.circularhead.tas.gov.au/ips, www.cradlecoast.com/planning_reform.html or in person at Circular Head Council. …

5 years ago