Walls of Jerusalem tourism project stalled

Stefan Boscia
Updated May 16 2018 - 2:46pm, first published May 15 2018 - 6:04am
CLOCK STOPPER: Halls Island can host tourism developments, despite the World Heritage status of the Walls of Jerusalem.
CLOCK STOPPER: Halls Island can host tourism developments, despite the World Heritage status of the Walls of Jerusalem.

The approval process for a proposed eco-tourism development at the Walls of Jerusalem has been stalled after complaints by the Wilderness Society. 

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Stefan Boscia

Stefan came to The Examiner after working as a copywriter at a digital media firm in Melbourne and interning at The Conversation. He is enthusiastic about reporting on business, local government and environmental issues. When he is not chained to his work desk, Stefan enjoys getting brunch, reading Saul Bellow novels and watching Carlton games.

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