Hikers and holiday makers have a reason to rejoice! The Light to Light Walk south of Eden is set to receive $8million in order to develop “world-class walk” with eco-friendly accommodation options along the way.
Pivotal to the investment is $630million for national parks, walking trails, public parklands and gardens “to enhance visitor safety, amenity, enjoyment, and for education and research”.
This is indeed great news for the environment, the region and its local economy, regarding the investment in Eden.
It will be a world class, wild and remote four day coastal walk along the coast of one of the state’s most spectacular parks with eco-designed, environmentally sensitive accommodation along the way.
The Light to Light walk runs for 39 kms and links the historic Boyd’s Tower to Green Cape Lighthouse and on to the Wonboyn estuary at Disaster Bay.
Walkers would be able to appreciate the beautiful, wild coastline of Ben Boyd National Park while taking in its unique fauna and flora and numerous vantage points for whale watching. Ben Boyd is an eye-catching national park not just because of its abundant and conspicuous wildlife but also because of the Aboriginal and European history which is evident along the walk.
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