Tourism windfall for Clarence

THE Clarence Valley Council has enjoyed a tourism windfall from the Federal Government.

Council was granted $500,000 for the development of camping and canoe access sites in the upper Clarence River, and the development of a riverfront precinct concept plan for Grafton, alongside interpretive sculptures at key locations, as well as a marketing program.

NSW Minister for Tourism Jodi McKay yesterday welcomed Federal Tourism Minister Martin Ferguson’s announcement of $1.9 million in TQUAL Grant funding for 19 projects throughout Sydney and regional NSW.



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