Each of the camp sites identified in Eyes on Eyre have old and ageing infrastructure and environmental impacts are evident.

Increasing numbers of locals and visitors want to enjoy the wonders of the Eyre Peninsula without causing damage or harm to plants and animals.

Sensitive landscape planning and design can put in place a built environment that works with the natural environment to encourage and guide responsible behaviour.

If done sensitively, the visitor economy can be boosted with rewards to local communities struggling to diversify their economies and remain vibrant in providing services, retaining residents and supporting local businesses.