Cape Byron Trust, in conjunction with the NSW Government Environmental Trust, invites the community to learn about sustainability through the Tread Lightly project.

Cape Byron Trust chairperson Yvonne Stewart said everyone could make a difference by making more sustainable choices in our day-to-day activities.

“The project provides people with the opportunity to learn about sustainability while taking a scenic walk from Cape Byron Lighthouse to The Pass.

“Seven new information signs are located on a 1.5 km section of Cape Byron walking track between Cape Byron Lighthouse and The Pass.

“We will be launching the new initiative on Thursday, June 10 at Cape Byron Lighthouse at 10.30am and would like to invite the community to come along."

The brochure is available from local visitor information centres and comes with a walking track map to locate the signs. We invite locals and visitors to take the ‘tread lightly’ challenge.
 


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