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Swan-Collie ORV Land Planning Study

10-Aug-2009

The Department of Environment and Conservation has commissioned a project to investigate the opportunity for tracks, trails and areas for Off Road Vehicles along the Darling Scarp between the Swan Valley and Collie.

The RTRA is a member of the Steering Group, along with the WA Four Wheel Drive Association and TrackCare.

The project will be taking into consideration the needs of two and four wheel vehicles, including quads and side-by-sides, and both licenced and unlicenced vehicles (and riders). It aligns with the Trails Planning recommendations of the State Trail Bike Strategy.

The project is seeking submissions from riders and groups for trails and / or areas that should be considered. This is our chance to propose a Munda Biddi-equivalent for trail bikes, as well as some new and more suitable areas for quads and families.

Please take a minute to check out this project at www.tbma.com.au/orvlp

If you have a favourite ride or area and would like it to be considered for official DEC endorsement please submit it to the project. All information submitted will remain confidential (names and email addresses will only be used by the consultants and not passed on to DEC or other agencies). Several four wheel drive routes have already been submitted, so we need to ensure that trail bikes don't miss out on the opportunity!


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