TOURISM Northern Tasmania chief executive Chris Griffin said it was ``early days'' to comment on Errol Stewart's proposed $30 million skyrail development.
He said while it was healthy the skyrail was here ``as an idea'', it was too early for the organisation to comment on the proposal as they had not yet received a full briefing.
Mr Griffin said a positive from the proposal was the opportunity it created for community debate.
``As with any new development, it creates a debate,'' he said.
``The more discussion and the more debate the better.''
It was important to consider the commercial viability, social development issues and environmental impact in proposals such as these, according to Mr Griffin.
``It would come down to community support and a better understanding of feasibility studies,'' he said.
``I can only assume Errol Stewart has taken these into account.''