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Trail Management & Volunteer Resources


Trail Management & Volunteer Resources

This group has been set up to enable anyone involved with managing and maintaining trails to share resources and information.

Over time, both the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) and Department of Sport and Recreation (DSR) will be adding to this group to provide a depository of information.

Please feel free to share your knowledge and experience with others.  Only by contributing will this become a valuable resource.

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Location: Western Australia
Members: 14
Latest Activity: Aug 4, 2021

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Trail Friendly Business Program

Being trail friendly is easy. Providing trail users with a warm welcome and facilities to refresh, refill and re-energise are the main aims! Excellent trails combined with high quality service will…Continue

Started by Trailtalk Admin Nov 26, 2020.

WA Trail Towns Accreditation Program

The Trail Town Accreditation Program (TTAP) was developed by Trails WA in partnership with the departments of Sport & Recreation (DLGSC) and Parks & Wildlife (DBCA) to ensure that the trail…Continue

Tags: Towns, WA, Town, Trail

Started by Trailtalk Admin Nov 26, 2020.

Trail development guidelines

With an increasing demand for trails comes the challenge to provide them in a sustainable way, without degrading environments and minimising maintenance into the future.In recent years, the…Continue

Tags: develop, manage, trails, mtb, development

Started by Trailtalk Admin Sep 5, 2019.

Trails WA Strategic Plan 2 Replies

Trails WA is an independent for purpose organisation that exists to facilitate advocacy for and the marketing of a high quality trails network across Western Australia.Formed in 2012, Trails WA was…Continue

Started by Trailtalk Admin. Last reply by Trailtalk Admin May 9, 2019.

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