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2017 Parks 21 Forum & ‘Tourism for the Environment’ Networking Lunch

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Wrest Point Casino

410 Sandy Bay Road

Sandy Bay, TAS 7005

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2017 Parks 21 Forum
9am to 12.30pm

The must-do industry event for all CVS licensed operators working in and around Tasmania’s National Parks, Reserves & World Heritage Areas, and Tasmanian Nature Tourism operators.

Including a comprehensive industry briefing and update from the Minister for Parks, Matthew Groom MP, the Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service, led by new General Manager, Jason Jacobi, and a special key note address from Peter Gash, Managing Director of Lady Elliott Island Eco Retreat.

Lady Elliott Island Eco Retreat is an outstanding example of sensitive, bespoke tourism in one of the most precious natural environments on Earth – the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef.

Peter Gash will share with Tasmanian operators his inspiring and insightful story of world leading ecotourism and conservation.

FORUM PROGRAM:

9am: OPENING SESSION

9.00 Registraions and Networking
9.15 Opening: Hon. Matthew Groom MP, Minister for Park
9.30 Parks & Wildlife Update incl Q&A - Jason Jacobi, General Manager

10.30am: NETWORKING TEA - MORNING TEA

11.00 Guest Speaker: Peter Gash - Managing Director, Lady Elliott Island Eco Retreat

12.00 Cultural tourism discussion: Dewayne Everettsmith, Director, mina-nina Tourism & Events

12.30 Tourism Update & Close, Luke Martin, CEO

12.45 CLOSE


TICTs Inaugural Tourism for the Environment Networking Lunch

1pm – 2.30pm – Wrest Point

Featuring a key note address from Daniel Gschwind, Chief Executive of the Queensland Tourism Industry Council

For the first time, the Queensland Tourism Industry is partnering with conservation groups in a united campaign to raise awareness of the serious economic and environmental threat posed by the scourge of coral bleaching and climate change on the Great Barrier Reef.

Long-time industry leader and champion of the Queensland Tourism Industry, Daniel Gshwind will explain how his tourism industry is working to save the Reef, and the potential lessons for the Tasmanian tourism industry in working to secure the future of our own globally unique natural environment.

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Wrest Point Casino

410 Sandy Bay Road

Sandy Bay, TAS 7005

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