Tourists on right track

North Coast Times - - FRONT PAGE -

A TOURIST drive in Yanchep and Two Rocks has launched to high­light at­trac­tions and points of in­ter­est in the re­gion.

In an ef­fort to draw more mo­torists to the area from Wan­neroo Road and Marmion Av­enue, 10 new signs have been erected.

The signs were in­stalled at Break­wa­ter Drive through Two Rocks, Yanchep and back to Wan­neroo Road, near the en­trance to Yanchep Na­tional Park.

Wan­neroo Mayor Tracey Roberts said it show­cased at­trac­tions as well as the coastal and bush­land en­vi­ron­ments and places to visit along the route.

“The Yanchep-Two Rocks re­gion has some fan­tas­tic at­trac­tions that ap­peal to lo­cals and tourists alike, from Yanchep Na­tional Park and Yanchep La­goon to the Mark Le Buse stat­ues in Two Rocks, Mary Lind­say Home­stead and of course King Nep­tune,” she said.

“This new sig­nage will help vis­i­tors ex­plore the re­gion while sup­port­ing the many tourism-fo­cused busi­nesses.”

The ini­tia­tive was a joint ef­fort be­tween the City of Wan­neroo, the Yanchep Two Rocks Tourism Net­work and Main Roads WA.

Pic­ture: Martin Ken­nealey­mu­ni­ d478611

Jerko Os­toic from Main Roads, Sonya Barone from the Yanchep Two Rocks Tourism Net­work, Wan­neroo Deputy Mayor Nat San­galli and Te­rina Re­borse and Jen Donelly from the Yanchep Two Rocks Tourism Net­work.

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