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Queensland Government to fund $4 million Trail Bike Park

02-Dec-2009

Queensland trail bike riders will have somewhere legal to ride after a 745 hectare site (over 3x the size of Gnangara)was approved for a dedicated trail bike facility.

The multi-million dollar facility has been set down for a site at Wyaralong in the Scenic Rim and will provide a much-needed facility after the popular but incident-prone Black Duck Valley was forced to close last December.

Stage one will include a camping facility, about 30km of trail, a natural terrain motocross course, a parking area and toilets.

Stage two will provide a motocross track including race tower, spectator area and starting gates, improved camping facilities, and additional trails and signage as well as a kiosk.

While the State and Local government is stumping up the cash to build the facility it is expected that the maintenance and operating costs will be recovered by day use fees.


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