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Proposed Greenways Locations

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

RECREATIONAL GREENWAYS ACT 2000
Proposed Greenways Locations

I, LEON WILLIAM KENNEDY BIGNELL, Minister for Recreation and Sport, propose to use the Recreational Greenways Act 2000 to establish greenways through the Bundaleer and Wirrabara Forests as described below, that are proposed to be sold to private interests. A greenway is land set aside as a trail under the Act and includes land established as camping ground, land on which a hut, hostel or other facility is established for use in conjunction with the trail.

    Pursuant to Section 6 of the Recreational Greenways Act 2000, I invite your feedback on this proposal.

    The proposed two greenways will protect the Heysen and Mawson Trail networks for recreational access as applicable in perpetuity and are intended to be used for the purposes as set out below. The greenways are intended to be open to the public for these recreational purposes at all times that the Heysen and Mawson Trail networks in the areas specified below are currently ordinarily open to the public.

    Description of proposed greenways locations:

       1. Bundaleer Forest Greenway:

 Located in the Bundaleer Forest, Hundreds of Belalie and Yangya, South Australia, the proposed greenway comprises three portions as described below:

           (a)  Commencing at the intersection of Springs Road, Bundaleer Gardens and the Heysen Trail, thence following internal forest trails generally westerly to Curnows Hut, thence generally northerly, westerly, northerly and easterly to Neindorf Road, Bundaleer Gardens.

           (b)  Commencing at the Bundaleer Picnic Ground, Bundaleer North, thence following internal forest trails generally northerly and westerly to Conservators Hut, thence generally westerly, northerly, westerly and southerly to the intersection of Brown Track and Bore Track, Bundaleer North

           (c)   Commencing at the Bundaleer Picnic Ground, Bundaleer North, thence following internal forest trails generally northerly, westerly northerly and westerly to Range Road, Bundaleer North in the vicinity of the Bundaleer Golf Course.

    Uses: The intended public use of the proposed Bundaleer Forest Greenway portions (a) and (b) above will be limited to recreational walking only and the intended public use of the proposed Bundaleer Forest Greenway portion (c) above will be limited to recreational walking and cycling only.

    Map: The extent of the Bundaleer Forest Greenway is shown generally on the map and shown in greater detail on GRO Plan 13/2017 available to be viewed at:     www.yoursay.sa.gov.au/greenways.

       2. Wirrabara Forest Greenway:

 Located in the Wirrabara Forest, Hundred of Darling, South Australia, the proposed greenway comprises two portions as described below:

           (a)  Commencing at the Ippinitchie Campground, Wirrabara, thence generally in a south-westerly direction north of and parallel to Forest Road, Wirrabara to the vicinity of the Wirrabara Picnic Ground, thence generally westerly along the alignment of Ippinitchie Creek to the vicinity of the Wirrabara Forest Nursery, thence northerly and westerly to the north-western corner of Section 54, Hundred of Darling.

           (b)  Commencing at White Park Hut, White Park Road, Wirrabara, thence generally in a north-westerly direction south of and parallel to White Park Road, then, south-westerly and southerly along existing forest tracks to the southern boundary of Section 39, Hundred of Darling, then easterly to Block Nine Road and then generally southerly along the western boundary of Section 9, Hundred of Darling to the point where Section 9, Hundred of Darling directly abuts Section 10, Hundred of Darling.

    Uses: The intended public use of the proposed Wirrabara Forest Greenway portions (a) and (b) above will be limited to recreational walking only.

    Map: The extent of the Wirrabara Forest Greenway is shown generally on the map and shown in greater detail on GRO Plan 14/2017 available to be viewed at: www.yoursay.sa.gov.au/greenways.

Submissions:

Feedback is invited in relation to this proposal at: www.yoursay.sa.gov.au/greenways, by email at: DPTI.CommunityRelations@sa.gov.au and by phoning 1300 794 880 by COB Monday, 12 June 2017.

Dated 9 May 2017.

Leon Bignell, Minister for Recreation and Sport