A detailed vision for visitors is being developed.
The quality of visitor experience is critical to Memory Mountain Limited.
The directors of Memory Mountain Limited (MML) are committed to providing physical, emotional, and spiritual environments that are safe and secure for all who visit and engage with the work of the community.
It is recognized that safety of visitors is paramount as is the sustainability of all that is built.
In constructing the cross itself and related facilities full attention is paid to:
- Safety of those constructing and future visitors.
- Physical durability and sustainability of all that is constructed.
- Environmental impact.
- Respect for traditional owners and the land.
- The need to deliver a quality experience to all visitors.
It is proposed that independent day visitors and campers purchase visitor “permits” on line.
The booking site would provide educational information, maps and a visitor number to be either printed or written and displayed in vehicle.
Campers booking on line receive a camping permit and are able to choose a numbered site “pitch” to camp on.
Local rangers check that campers and visitors are safe and well and have paid their fees.
visitor numbers are expected to grow
Opportunity for the community.
A UNIQUE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE COMBINING CULTURE WITH FAITH AND HOPE FOR A BETTER FUTURE FOR ALL
Micro enterprise will be established in partnership with an Aboriginal micro-finance and indigenous enterprise mentoring organization such as Many Rivers Micro Finance. This secures quality outcomes.
We will work with education and employment agencies of government and NGO to align our approach to training and education of local people employed with MML.
We will work with Walk-a-While a related charity to provide opportunity for digital media skills and on-line commerce to enable the local community to access the market place presented by this visitor population. The use of contemporary media may allow local people to engage prior to, as well as during and after the visitor’s time in the area using contact details provided through the web based registration system.
The use of contemporary media may allow local people to engage prior to, as well as during and after the visitor’s time in the area using contact details provided through the web based registration system.