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Australia | Park advocate says virus hiatus good opportunity to rethink strategies for overcrowding

As a national parks advocate, Nick Sawyer has been more frustrated than most by the coronavirus-crisis park closures, but he's seeing them as a chance rethink tourism.

Mr Sawyer, president of Tasmania's National Parks Association, has witnessed the boom in the state's industry in recent years, as its natural wonders like Cradle Mountain and Wineglass Bay draw tourists from the mainland and around the globe.

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