Vacuum Excavation Trucks
Tilt Tray Trucks
1300 998 784
8000L Water Trucks
13000L Water Trucks
'The Suppressor' Water Trucks
18000L Water Trucks
All Water Trucks
Vacuum & Jetter Combo Trucks
3000L Vacuum Trucks
4500L Vacuum Trucks
6000L Vacuum Trucks
8000L Vacuum Trucks
16000L Vacuum Trucks
All Vacuum Trucks
Lube Skids & Trailer
Posted on 04/05/2020
Tasmanian State Government is seeking tenders to construct a new gateway into the beautiful ‘South West National Park’.
Plans for a new visitors’ centre have been created at the entrance to the southernmost point of Australia. The new centre will include amenities such as toilets and a designated shelter in the case of extremely harmful weather events.
Furthermore, the improvements to the park will see added infrastructure on which future artwork and sculptures will stand, telling the story of the park and its surrounds.
The State-wide Visitor Infrastructure fund is funding the $16 million development, in the hopes that new jobs and employment opportunities will be created through the construction.
Commenting on the project, Tasmanian Minister for Environment and Parks, Roger Jaensch stated “Tasmania’s recovery from the Coronavirus emergency relies on our economy and tourism industry being able to return to normal as quickly as possible once the current restrictions ease.”
“With our world-class national parks currently closed, there is an opportunity now to get on with many building and maintenance projects in our parks so that the infrastructure is fit for purpose in coming months.”
“Our capital works program in parks plays a critical role in keeping the economy moving and this project will provide work in both the manufacturing and construction industries.”
“We understand that Tasmanians have enjoyed bushwalking, camping and fishing for generations and look forward to celebrating this major step in updating Australia’s southernmost vehicle accessible point.”
Mid-2020 is the time in which the project aims to get started. Increased visitor numbers and a stronger focus on the environment are key values that the Tasmanian government want to convey throughout the process.
The winning tender will be able to enjoy working in the serenity and bliss of one of Australia’s most beautiful national parks.
Tenders close in May 2020.
1300 998 784
STG SPARE PARTS
49 Motorway Circuit, Ormeau, QLD 4208
32/10 John Hines Avenue, Minchinbury, NSW 2770