Have your say about rural land use

White water rafting on Barrington River in March 2018 when the river levels were at a rafting high. Photo courtesy of Barrington Outdoor Adventure Centre

White water rafting on Barrington River in March 2018 when the river levels were at a rafting high. Photo courtesy of Barrington Outdoor Adventure Centre

If you’re involved in adventure-based, rural or eco-tourism in the Gloucester region you're invited to a Rural Opportunities and Land Use (ROLUS) Strategy workshop held by MidCoast Council.

The aim is to explore long-term priorities and principles for planning and managing rural tourism land uses, and developments that occur outside our towns and villages.

The meeting will be held at the Gloucester council office, 89 King Street, on Thursday June 14 from 2pm to 5pm.

As part of the development of a ROLUS, your input at the workshop will help us sustainably manage the use of rural lands and resources for a more prosperous future.

For more about the workshop, email ROLUS@midcoast.nsw.gov.au.