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Only a couple of weeks remain for producers, landowners and the community to have their say on proposed changes to biosecurity regulations for Queensland.
As you may be aware, the Australian Horse Industry Council is keen to obtain more information about our industry to help provide some raw data which can be used in lobbying. 
The QHTWG & QORF are seeking interested and proactive individuals to act as volunteer regional trail coordinators to manage local stakeholders and work with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) rangers to implement the QPWS Strategic Framework for Horse Riding in Queensland’s Parks and Forests.
The property in the Gladstone area where a horse was confirmed to be infected with Hendra virus in July has been released from quarantine.
Queensland families can now enjoy 16km of new multi-use trails at Wivenhoe Hill overlooking Wivenhoe Dam, as a result of the recreation review of South East Queensland lakes and catchments.
The Queensland Horse Trails Working Group (QHTWG) comprising the Queensland Horse Council Council (QHC), Australian Trail Horse Riders Association (ATHRA), Queensland Endurance Riders Association  (QERA), Trail Riding Australia (TRA), Bicentennial National Trail (BNT), Equestrian Eco-tourism and Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation (QORF), have been working with the Queensland Government and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service to re-open horse riding trails in select national parks.