In recent weeks multi-purpose camping platforms have been constructed at four campsites, with six more to be built.
This program of constructing ten platforms has been permitted with funding from donations by the End-to-End 3 group, who completed the Heysen Trail in 2011.
Volunteers have installed these four multi-purpose camp platforms at:
In the near future, platforms will be built at Smith Hill Campsite and Black Jack Shelter.
View an album of photos on Facebook.
The peak body for recreational walkers in South Australia, Walking SA, has published their Autumn newsletter.
In this edition:
- Invitation for nominations to Walking SA Transitional Board
- Coastal Trails at Elliston, Yalata and the Fleurieu Peninsula
- Trails Update
- Goannas Walking Group
- Bushwalking Australia
2) Invitation for nominations to Walking SA Transitional Board
Walking SA will receive state government funding in 2013/14 towards the implementation of the major recommendations of its 2013 Review.
Their next critical step is the establishment of a broad Transitional Board to build on the good work of the current small Interim Committee.
Nominations are being sought for the Board from anyone wishing to contribute to the promotion and practice of walking at all levels in South Australia.
Refer to page 2 of the current newsletter for more details.
3) Walking SA AGM (Annual General Meeting)
Thursday 15 August 2013 at 7.30pm at the Unley Community Centre.
More information about Walking SA can be found on the Walking SA website.