Have your say – Wangetti Trail Alignment

Have your say – Wangetti Trail Alignment

New Wangetti Trail alignment is bigger and better than anticipated

Posted on 10.05.2019

The proposed Wangetti Trail could be 15 kilometres longer than first expected following detailed planning and engineering work on the proposed world-class ecotourism experience in Tropical North Queensland.

“The original track was 76 km, with an extra 15 km available for keen hikers and mountain bike riders. The Wangetti Trail’s new alignment is now 94 km. The refined trail includes bridges, 5 campsites and has links to Ellis and Wangetti beaches.”
Member for Cook Cynthia Lui

Explore the trail route and contribute your ideas to help shape the final experience for locals and visitors alike.

Ideas and comments can be submitted on the website between 8 April and 31 May 2019.
Your comments, and any information provided, will be private.

 

The Wangetti Trail in Tropical North Queensland will be one of Australia’s leading ecotourism experiences, attracting domestic and international visitors that want to experience one-of-a-kind scenery and ancient cultural experiences.

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