The Baruwei Loop Walk and lookout in Nitmiluk National Park will be closed for five weeks from March 2.
The closure is for upgrades to the lookout and stairs and construction of a new lookout at the halfway point.
These upgrades are part of a $5.5 million Turbocharging Tourism investment in Nitmiluk National Park which includes new mountain bike trails
It is anticipated the walk will be open in the second week of April.
There has been a lot of excitement on the new mountain bike trails which have been described - "The off-road cycling experience design should specifically cater to non-technical riders i.e. those comfortable riding a bike on dirt trails, but not necessarily regarding themselves as 'proficient technical' riders and specifically not competitive mountain bike riders seeking 'adrenaline challenge' experience."
The upgrades aim to boost tourism numbers and jobs at the Territory's third most visited natural attraction, which already sees 200,000 visitors annually.
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