The Tourist Attractions Regulatory Mapping and Reform Project commenced in July 2019. The project aims to reduce regulatory barriers and time delays in the approvals process for the development of tourist attractions and supports the Government’s goal of assisting proponents of tourist attractions navigate the approval process. For the purposes of this project, tourist attractions are considered to be leisure and tourism experiences that add to the natural, social and cultural values of a particular destination.
The project will also support the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation’s Case Management Framework, led by Tourism WA. More information on the Case Management Framework can be found here.
Led by the Department of Treasury, this project is undertaken in collaboration with other government agencies, industry associations and individual businesses to deliver:
Streamline WA Communiqué
We welcome your interest and participation in this project. The information that you provide will be important in identifying meaningful reforms to streamline the process for obtaining approvals for development of tourist attractions in Western Australia.
If you are currently operating, aspiring, or in the process of obtaining approval for a tourist attraction, you can share your regulatory experiences through our on-line survey available here. If you do not fall into one of these categories but would like to share your views or request further information, please email the project team at [email protected].
Optus Stadium Perth - Photo courtesy of Tourism WA