The Worimi Conservation Lands (WCL) Board of Management and the Worimi Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) work cooperatively to manage commercial tourism at the WCL and the adjoining LALC-owned sand dunes near Anna Bay, using the NPWS Parks Eco Pass licensing framework.
The WCL Board of Management and Worimi LALC acknowledge there is ongoing interest from the private sector in developing new or existing commercial operations. To facilitate an equitable and transparent process, we will soon be offering the opportunity for businesses to respond to an Expression of Interest (EOI) opportunity to deliver compatible experiences on Worimi Conservation Lands and adjoining private Worimi LALC lands.
Information relating to the upcoming EOI opportunities can be found online via the Worimi Conservation Lands website. Refer to the ‘Tourism partnership opportunities prospectus – Worimi Conservation Lands and Worimi LALC freehold lands’. This document provides information about the commercial opportunities that may be made available in the coming months to support the sustainable management of Worimi Conservation Lands.
Please note, the prospectus is not an invitation to respond. The document provides details about the management of Worimi Conservation Lands and adjoining freehold Worimi LALC lands and the future commercial tourism opportunities which may be made available via a formal EOI process. The prospectus is developed to assist interested businesses to guide and plan their submission to the formal EOI process.