What is wrong with the art gallery being out near …

Comment on NTG asks AAPA to consult with custodians on gallery & new site by Chippy.

What is wrong with the art gallery being out near the Desert Park. They could work hand in hand, and all the infrastructure is there.
Tourists could have a full day visiting the park, and the gallery.
Bringing the tourists into the CBD area is not the problem … it’s getting them into the town itself is the biggest problem.
Those who can afford the airfares don’t even have to come to Alice anymore because now that the airstrip at Yulara has been extended, planes from anywhere in the world can fly in and out of there.

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