A South West council is asking for feedback on its plan to improve the area’s share of trail and adventure tourism. The Shire of Harvey has released its draft Harvey Region Trails and Adventure Plan for public comment. Created by consultants Common Ground Trails, the plan focuses on the opportunity for the Harvey Region to be recognised as a destination for trail and adventure-based experiences, The draft report has highlighted four key priority areas: creating a trail and adventure hub, providing immersive and sustainable experiences, and promoting the region’s offerings. Cost estimates for priority projects within the plan will be determined at a later date. Harvey Shire president Paul Gillett said the region had “a plethora of untapped trails and adventure experience” the Shire would like to develop. “The draft plan takes us a step closer towards Harvey Region becoming a truly desirable tourism destination,” he said. “It has been produced at a time when the Region is experiencing dynamic change and renewal.” Mr Gillett said he encouraged all stakeholders, visitors and the community to have their say. The consultation period will run until May 5. For more information, visit harvey.wa.gov.au.