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Public Meetings to Discuss Future of Gnangara and Pinjar

13-Feb-2008

Acting on one of the priority recommendations of the State Trail Bike Strategy, the Department of Environment and Conservation has commissioned Management Plans for the Gnangara and Pinjar Off Road Vehicle Areas.

As anyone who has ever ridden at either of these facilities will attest, they need a lot of work!

The first stage of the project is to find out what riders actually want from these areas.

To do this there will be a Public meeting at each venue on Sunday February 24.

  • Pinjar - 11am - Wattle Rd entrance
  • Gnangara - 2pm - Gnangara Rd entrance
The meetings will be an opportunity to discuss the development potential for the areas, the impact of tree clearing and future land use and some of the ideas under consideration.

We'd like to get as many riders as possible there for the meeting.

You should support this project even if you have never ridden at either venue, as what we can achieve with Gnangara and Pinjar will influence decisions on other Off Road Vehicle areas and access to riding areas.

For further information, and an online survey to capture current attitudes and suggestions see http://www.tbma.com.au/gpmp


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