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TRADITIONAL RIDING TRAILS TO BE RE-OPENED IN SELECT NATIONAL PARKS AND FORESTS ACROSS QLD

28/07/2014
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.
 
Horse riders in Queensland have a much brighter future following the news that traditional riding trails will be re-opened in select national parks and forests across the state, thanks to the ongoing collaboration between the horse community, the Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation (QORF) and the Queensland Government.

The Queensland Government together with the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) have been in consultation with Queensland horse riders and horse riding clubs and associations since mid-2012 in reviewing access to traditional riding trails taken away by previous government legislation.    Read more....