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MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDING


PLEASE HELP US TO PROTECT AND TO ENHANCE THE NATURAL BEAUTY AND BIODIVERSITY OF WARRAWEENA BY OBSERVING FOLLOWING POINTS:

1. RESPECT FIRE AND FIRE WOOD REGULATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS.
Fire regulations and restrictions apply. Campfires are only allowed in campfire rings. Firewood may be collected in designated areas only. Warraweena is a conservation park, all trees and dead wood are protected. We strongly encourage visitors to bring their own firewood into Warraweena and to make use of gas cookers.

2. STAY ON TRACKS.
Please stay on designated and open tracks. Remember you are sharing the tracks with wildlife and other visitors including 4 wheel drivers. Tracks may be closed for management reasons or due to bad weather.

3. PLEASE TAKE ALL YOUR RUBBISH HOME WITH YOU.
Warraweena is a Conservation reserve; there is no rubbish collection here. Please do not litter. All ruins are historically significant, do not climb on them or take pieces as souveniers.
Before bringing pets, generators, chainsaws and motorbikes, seek management approval.
Strictly no firearms and no metal detectors.
1080 fox baits may have been laid in some areas. Please check with manager for up to date information.

 

 
Telephone: Gina or Stony Steiner (08) 8675 2770
Postal address:
CMB 107 Beltana, via Port Augusta, 5710, South Australia.
Warraweena is managed by the Warrioota Trust. Trustees are G. & M. Steiner