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It's time


 

PINNACLE DESIGN DIARIES: JOIN THE JOURNEY

 

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It's time


 

PINNACLE DESIGN DIARIES: JOIN THE JOURNEY

 

WATCH NOW

 

DESIGN UNDERWAY

May 2018: Our project design team are in full swing, with Tasmanian consultants backed by experts from around the world piecing together a design solution for approval. Planning scheme height limits have proved a challenge and critical investigations have forced a rethink.

Our next event, The Design Reveal, is coming soon!

 

MINISTERIAL AUTHORITY

February 2018: We're delighted to announce that after a 4 month application process we have received Ministerial  Authority to conduct critical visual and geotechnical tests within Wellington Park. This allows us to finalise our design process, reveal more information and most importantly; ensure the summit terminal respects the skyline.

LEGISLATION APPROVED

September 2017: The Cable Car Facilitation Act 2017 passes both houses of State Parliament, paving the way for the project design to be assessed on its merits. Vote Results: Lower House: 20:3,  Upper House: 10:1.
August 2017: Formal e-Petition to Parliament attracts 5,300 signatures in support of the project legislation!

 

 

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Experience


Tasmania's Next Big Thing in Tourism

Experience


Tasmania's Next Big Thing in Tourism

JOURNEY & Destination

Silently rise 1270 metres above Tasmania's premier city. Soak in the scenery no matter your ability. Breathe crisp clean air. Skim misty clouds. Frolick in fresh snow. Discover new trails. Create memories. Unravel the mountain's story.

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Environment


IMPROVED BEYOND CARBON NEUTRAL

Environment


IMPROVED BEYOND CARBON NEUTRAL

CLEANER, SMARTER.

SWAP CARBON FOR HYDRO

1100 tonnes of carbon monoxide are emitted each and every year just to haul 430,000 people to the summit and back again. Our proposal can move up to 3.3 million people a year safelyand quietly, using 4 gigawatt hours of Tasmania's clean energy.

TAXPAYER TO TOURIST

SWITCH FUNDING MODEL

Ongoing conservation and Park Management isn't cheap. Since 1904, every Tasmanian has paid for the mountain's upkeep whilst tourists continue to visit for free.  When tourists are willing to pay for the experience, couldn't taxes be better spent elsewhere?

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Economy


Pumping $89 Million dollars into Tasmania each year

Economy


Pumping $89 Million dollars into Tasmania each year

280 jobs

FROM CONSTRUCTION TO OPERATION & BEYOND

Over and above the 200 construction jobs during an 18 month installation phase, MWCC is projected to employ 80+ Tasmanians in exciting roles across hospitality, interpretation, engineering, adventure tourism + more!

$50+ MILLION

TOTAL PROJECT COST DELIVERY VALUE

Representing one of the largest private capital injections in Tasmania's tourism history, MWCC is definitely not cutting corners when it comes to delivering a holistic eco-tourism attraction. We don't just want to 'build' it; we can build it well.

~$89m IMPACT

INJECTED INTO STATE ECONOMY EVERY YEAR

Attracting wealth from outside Tasmania is key to improving the State's health and well-being, particularly during our slower winter months. From distributing wages, taxes and dividends in Tasmania, MWCC will be a responsible corporate citizen.