If you want to do one thing to improve conditions for mountainbiking, do this !
Join the Mountain Bike Volunteer Program in Royal National Park
The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is calling on cyclists to participate in the first program of its type in Royal National Park to involve volunteer riders helping with bush regeneration and track maintenance works on park cycle tracks.
“Becoming involved with this track-related work will provide opportunities for people to help the environment, to restore plant and animal habitat and to share knowledge and socialise with like-minded people.
“Participants will have a great opportunity to meet with park staff and share ideas and input into the maintenance process to develop techniques for maintaining cycling tracks in Royal National Park.
Date: Saturday, 29 April
Time: 9:00am – 3:00pm
Meet: Royal Area Office, Farnell Ave, Audley.
Bring: Sturdy covered shoes, long pants, hat, sunscreen, rain-jacket, jumper, water and LUNCH.
Bookings are essential and morning tea will be provided.
For bookings or further inquiries about the volunteer work please contact the Rangers Leigh Nolan or Patsy Ross on 9542 0612.