Member for Barker Tony Pasin MP, will attend the official launch of the Roof Top Loop Walk at Naracoorte Caves tomorrow which received Federal Government funding through Round three of the Tourism Demand Driver Infrastructure Programme.

The overall $1.4 million stage of the Naracoorte Caves Visitor Precinct Upgrade involved three main parts.

The first part is Stage 2 of the Cave Loop Trail project to complete the trail upgrade. The work included the construction of viewing platforms, lighting, seating and safety fencing.

The second part was the extension of the trail to the Wet Cave and the Cathedral Caves.

The third part is the design, production and installation of interpretation and way finding signage across the main visitor centre precinct and along the Cave Loop Trail, as well as new main entry signage.

The Federal Government provided $600,000 to the full $1.4 million project.

“The Naracoorte Caves precinct is a key tourism attraction in the Limestone Coast region and helps drive economic growth for Naracoorte and the wider community. It’s wonderful that we can continue to invest in upgrading and improving popular tourist attractions to ensure they remain sustainable and profitable into the future for the benefit of the whole region,” Mr Pasin said.

Contact: Charlotte Edmunds  8531 2466