Our office is closed over the Christmas period, from Dec 13th, to give our volunteers a well-earned break. We’ll reopen on Tuesday 21st January. You can still register for walks online during this time.
An article on news.com.au (and in today’s Advertiser) has brought to light that billionaire Kerry Stokes is in “secret talks” with the state government to buy a parcel of coastal land at Tunkalilla Beach.
The Advertiser quotes Mr Stokes as saying “This is an amazing part of South Australia and I am looking forward to ensuring its heritage and also opening up the Heysen Trail.”
“We were approached by the department to extend The Heysen Trail and create some hard-stand facilities for youth engagement.”
The re-route of the Heysen Trail along the coast through Balquihidder Station is something we’ve been keen on for a while. A re-route and upgrade of the Heysen Trail along the South Coast could see the Trail become a significant drawcard for walkers both locally, nationionally and internationally.
We welcome the prospect of improved facilities for people of all ages to hike the highlight section of the Heysen Trail South Coast from Cape Jervis to Victor Harbor.
- Report from the new Board
- Introducing the People of the Transitional Board
- Report of the Structural Review of Walking SA by BDO
- Lavender Federation Trail Volunteers Win Awards
- Walking with the Kangaroo Island Walking Club
View the newsletter at www.walkingsa.org.au