SOMERSET COUNCIL TOURISM ACTION PROMOTES NEW OPTIMISM FOR JIMNA FIRE TOWER

Since the March 08 amalgamation of the former Esk and Kilcoy shires there has been unprecedented focus on tourism in the Kilcoy and Jimna areas, with particular  regard to upgrading the administration of the relevant tourist information centres. Recent events such as the presentation to tourism volunteers function at Yowie Park Kilcoy followed by the volunteer training workshop at Fernvale Futures Centre, was not only thoroughly appreciated by all who attended, but sends a strong message that the new Somerset Regional Council SRC is serious about promoting tourism throughout the entire Somerset Region. The Jimna Fire Tower Action Group JFTAG has for some time been calling for all levels of government to be more proactive in the promotion of regional tourism, and after several recent visits to the Jimna area by SRC tourism officers, JFTAG extend’s deep appreciation for the sharing of information, assistance offered, and the expert advice and encouragement. JFTAG remains hopeful that these events are signs of increasing recognition for nature based tourism and forest recreation in the Jimna Ranges and adjacent Conondale National Park, which helps to create a positive platform for imminent discussions with SRC regarding future ownership of the Jimna Fire Tower.
 
MEMBERSHIP FUNDING APPEAL REMINDER
By the time this news update is released, each and every one of the Jimna Fire Tower email supporters would have received their personal invitation to subscribe to the Friend of the Jimna Fire Tower Membership Funding Appeal. JFTAG sincerely thanks those who have responded and can do no more than appeal to those who have not, to take a minute from their busy lives and ask this Question. 
Q…. IS THE CAMPAIGN TO SAVE THE JIMNA FIRE TOWER WORTH THE PRICE OF A SIX PACK OF STUBBIES ???? 
If your answer is YES then please spend a minute and return your membership application form.  
 
FRIENDS OF JIMNA FIRE TOWER MEMBERSHIP FUNDING APPEAL: For membership application forms please utilise any of the contact options below.

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