Tunnel Vision surfs wave of investLogan support

investLogan has put its experience and resources behind wave park company Tunnel Vision to help facilitate the development of Queensland’s first surf park in the City of Logan’s designated tourism precinct.


With investLogan’s assistance, Tunnel Vision has submitted an application for development approval with the Logan City Council. If approved, the multimillion dollar project will be a boon for the region, with the park expected to attract waves of international interest and provide a welcome cash injection for the local economy.


investLogan Chairman Steve Greenwood said the surf park would be a great addition to the City of Logan’s emerging tourism scene.


“Part of our remit as an economic development organisation is to contribute positively to the City of Logan through investment attraction, social and community partnerships and environmental outcomes,” Mr Greenwood said.


“It is anticipated this exciting development will act as a catalyst for Logan’s entire tourism precinct.”


“It will create employment opportunities locally and attract thousands of visitors from across the globe to enjoy a truly unique tourism experience.”


Early forecasts suggest that the park would attract upwards of 350,000 visitors to the Logan region annually.


Tunnel Vision want to start construction of the Surf Park as soon as possible.  When Tunnel vision can start construction is dependent on resolution of the Logan Alma Park Zoo legal matter.


For more information about the Tunnel Vision Wave Park visit tunnelvisionwavepark.com


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