There was a site visitation with Norman, traditional owner Brian Warner, and the teams from QPWS, DES and CABN- approximate time frame for commencement is 2 years. The first of our indigenous trainees are currently at Landcare, and work now needs to be undertaken to ensure that there is affordable accommodation for the Kabi Kabi guides and rangers. This will be part of the work of the Project Action Group to investigate.

Enhanced Cooloola Great Walk shares Kabi Kabi Culture

The Queensland Government is working with the Kabi Kabi People and CABN to create genuine cultural tourism products as part of our enhanced Cooloola Great Walk projectThis is about the Kabi Kabi People sharing their stories and culture with visitors, caring for country and creating long-term opportunities for their future generations#thisisqueensland #ecotourism #QldEcotourismTrails Visit Noosa #visitsunshinecoast

Posted by Queensland Ecotourism Trails on Sunday, August 2, 2020