Kerang Lakes Eco-Trail Feasibility Study
Tredwell worked with the Gannawarra Shire Council to develop a Feasibility Study for the development of the Kerang Lakes Eco-Trail. The concept seeks to link the township of Kerang and Lake Charm, through the development of a trail. The trail is proposed to explore the natural beauty of the area, by traversing through natural bushland and alongside RAMSAR listed waterways, commencing within Kerang Regional Park.
The trail will connect to the Murray River Adventure Trail and showcase the unique birdlife, cultural heritage and profile Kerang Regional Park, highlighting the Gannawarra as Victoria’s nature-based tourism destination.
The feasibility study will include economic modelling to identify the benefits provided from the construction of the Kerang Lakes Eco-Trail and involves engagement with a wide range of stakeholders to understand levels of support for the project, the development of a concept design and associated costings.
Kerang Lakes Eco-Trail has the capacity to connect communities and enhance the way people interact with the natural environment, through encouraging tourists and locals to explore regions like Kerang Lakes.
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