As you pass along the route, you should exercise social distancing practices in the event of meeting up with others, particularly any land owners or workers.
As there has been no maintenance of the Trail over the last few months, you may come across situations that require action and it would be greatly appreciated if you would report these through the Registration/Progress Report system so that our area coordinators can deal with them.
A holding yard for horses has now been erected at the campsite in New Norfolk. It is electric fence ready requiring only an energiser to make operational. A white sight wire is included.
The adjacent arenas are not to be used for any purpose.
A boom gate has been installed on Pillies Road in between points 20.9 and 21.4 on page 51 of the guidebook.
The tree over Bony Road (page 65) has been removed.
The access along Old Deloraine Road (Stage 2) has been restored. The access across the paddock has been relocated and fenced to form a corridor. This corridor has Trail locks on gates at each end.
An updated guide book is now available.
The Cluan Tier (see Stage 5, page 31) has been closed due to a land owner locking gates. The route of the Trail has been moved and is described in the updated guidebook.
Bush fire update -
The sections of the Trail off the Marlbough Main Road are still closed. Trekkers should follow the main road from Miena to Bronte Park.
Camping at Bracknell
The local Council has decided that only self-contained vehicles can overnight on the riverside reserve at Bracknell (Page 33 of the guidebook, point 36.5, refers). The only alternative accomodfation for Trail users in the area is behind the Hotel by arragement or at the Old School House at Liffey.