A new, unique transport service is proposed for visitors to Royal National Park.
National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has marketed for expressions of a hobby for a personal operator to operate the carrier. The success operator might accept special rights to select up and drop off domestic and global visitors at popular attractions, including Audley, the Coast Track, and bushwalking path entry and go-out points.
The remaining date for the expressions of hobby (EOI) marketing campaign is July 25.
NPWS stated a shipping provider wad required “a good way to improve the revel in of walkers and traffic with the aid of providing greater access to tracks and trails within RNP and linking to transport get right of entry to hubs out of doors of Royal National Park. Only one license may be issued on a competitively allocated basis through a tender,” NPWS stated. The Royal was defined as “considered one of NSW’s maximum traditionally unique and picturesque national parks where annual visitation is drawing close 5 million visits annually.
Royal National Park and the coast track are popular points of interest for domestic and global visitors wishing to revel in the region’s precise panorama and all on your doorstep of Australia’s biggest city. Recreational pursuits within the park encompass bush strolling, picnicking, cycling, swimming, fishing, tenting, photography, and boating/canoeing.