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Published on : Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Western Australia is a major visitor gateway to Christmas Island, an Australian territory located around 1,500 km north-west of the WA mainland.
The island is known for its annual red crab migration, seabirds, forests, wetlands, reefs, coastline and other natural attractions.
Christmas Island National Park covers approximately 85 square kilometres (63 per cent) of the island as well as an important adjacent marine area.
Parks Australia announced on February 1 that it had “opened the national park for business”, inviting EOIs from the tourism industry for “fresh, exciting and engaging visitor experiences and/or commercial activities that complement existing operations and conserve park values”.
Source:- Tourism Western Australia