The Launceston community is largely in support of the proposed $20 million skyway at the Cataract Gorge.
However, some residents are warning of the negative impacts the Launceston Skyway project could deliver.
Hands Off Our Gorge president Anna Povey said the skyway would be spectacular for those in the gondolas, but extremely intrusive upon both the landscape and those enjoying the scenery.
"This is a community area. It hasn't had a major infrastructure project since 1972, and I think we like it better that way," she said.
She said Launceston was not the Gold Coast and the community did not want it to be "Disneyfied".
"I accept the Basin is no longer pristine, but it's the best you'll get in the middle of a city. It's amazing, and that's why people are blown away when they come here," she said.
"People think that protesters are always about stopping everything, but it's not true. You've got to stop the inappropriate things in the last remaining natural spaces in our world.
"We forget that this is one of the last unspoiled places on the planet, and we need to keep it that way."
Ms Povey said the group was named to emphasise that it's "the community's Gorge".
"It's all of ours, it's not a private developers place to make money," she said.
The project's proponents, Gorge Scenic Chairlift owners the Larter family, said steps were taken to minimise the structural and visual impact, and to protect flora and fauna.
The Examiner polled its readers to see if they were supportive of the proposed venture.
More than 800 people took part.
About a third of voters said they did not support the venture. However, more than 60 per cent said they did.