Tasmanian Pulp Mill Becoming Tourist Drawcard

A contentious Tasmanian pulp mill on the East Coast near Triabunna will become a tourist drawcard when development finishes in 2015.

After it was bought out by wealthy environmentalists Graeme Wood and Jan Cameron, the former Spring Bay Mill began a new life – at least on the drawing board.

Now, detailed plans of the development have been released, and they include gardens, an art gallery, a culinary school and accommodation. “The plan calls for log cabin-type accommodation among the trees,” Mr. Wood said. (Woodchips for the garden only, please!)

The whole East Coast has pristine features – clear water, clear air, magnificent scenery. It is the focus of a major campaign called Just Stop. Stop and tour a pulp mill and stay in a cabin from next year. Meanwhile, just down the coast is fine accommodation in Bicheno, Swansea and the Freycinet Peninsula.

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