It's been a busy Christmas and New Years for the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Campervan and caravan sales have soared this year, and visits to holiday parks have been booming since domestic travel reopened in June.
As the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service continues planning what it says will be an "iconic" 20-kilometre walking track along the coast, Port locals debate whether the pursuit of tourism with this project comes at a cost to the environment and little communities.
A large scale resort would focus on "eco-tourism, indigenous culture and surfing" and could include a surf academy and international-standard wave pool - akin to Kelly Slater's Surf Ranch in California - to attract events, a two-year-old plan says.
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