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Australia | Tribunal rules controversial tourism development can go ahead within WH-listed NP

A contentious private tourism development with helicopter access in Tasmanian world heritage wilderness is a step closer to going ahead after a planning tribunal reversed a council decision to block it.


The luxury camp proposal for remote Halls Island on Lake Malbena in the Walls of Jerusalem national park was approved by the federal and state governments but rejected by the Central Highlands council in February.


https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/oct/22/ban-on-contentious-tourism-project-in-tasmanian-world-heritage-area-overturned

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