Proposed new national park could:
attract extra 400,000 visitors annually
add more than $70 million to local economy
create 750 jobs
Victoria’s proposed Great Forest National Park could draw almost 380,000 extra visitors a year to the Central Highlands, add $71 million annually to the local economy and generate 750 jobs with a little private investment, according to a new report by the Nous Group, commissioned by The Wilderness Society.