Granite Island Visitor Experience (GIVE) Masterplan

Business and Stakeholder Engagement
BUSINESS WORKSHOP Friday 30 April, 7:30am to 9:00am

The Department for Environment and Water (DEW) is developing a visitor experience master plan for Granite Island Recreation Park, which will create a vision for sustainable nature-based tourism attractions and facilities on the Island.

With the upgrade of the Granite Island Causeway, the time is right to reimagine Granite Island and create meaningful opportunities and experiences for residents and a new generation of visitors while adhering to the Island’s conservation values.

A breakfast workshop for tourism industry operators and businesses associated with servicing visitors will be held on 30 April at the Bowling Club (7.30 – 9.00 am). To register your interest, email .

Contributions from community and stakeholders will help grow the visitor experience on Granite Island, creating opportunities for new memories, adventures and connections. The Granite Island Visitor Experience Master Plan aims to identify accessible and inclusive spaces for the community and visitors. It will outline potential new or upgraded infrastructure projects and experiences that will bring life to the site and benefit all visitors, while adhering to the Island’s conservation values.

The Granite Island Recreation Park Visitor Experience Plan will be completed in June 2021. Handouts (size of a postcard) inviting people to contribute their ideas are available for businesses and advocates to hand out to their customers (available at Victor Harbor Library, Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre, National Parks and Wildlife Service).