The Palaszczuk Labor Government was unable to see the damage they have done to Moreton Island’s tourism reputation when quizzed during the first sitting week of Parliament. During Question time, Mark asked Labor Tourism Minister Kate Jones a question about the government’s botched maintenance of the Tangalooma wrecks but the Minister couldn’t see any impacts on local tourism. Following this, Minister Mark Bailey delivered a ministerial statement regarding the wrecks, stating that the Government had consulted. How does that explain the anger of the wider tourism and boating community that they were not included in the consultation process? Mark has called on the Labor Government to fix the damage they have created. Labor needs to replenish the iconic tourism site with new boats and artificial reefs before the damage to tourism, and our international reputation, escalates.