The are extraordinary times. Some extraordinary measures have been taken. While full details of temporary changes are below, the basics are:
- Folks from beyond the local region are currently discouraged from visiting. This includes day trips, which are deemed non-essential travel.
- No overnight stays; No camping; No caravans.
- Everyone stay safe and avoid unnecessary risk.
While access to the trails at La Larr Ba Gauwa is not physically blocked, those from beyond the local region are currently discouraged from visiting. This includes day trips, which are deemed non-essential travel. Any one who breaches State Government directives may be penalised under the section 203 of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008.
Riders are reminded that any access should be via bicycle from the township of Harcourt. And, of course, continue to observe all health and safety precautions as advised by the relevant authorities.
Observe the current rules of assembly and social distance.
If you’re riding with members of your household unit, take care of one another.
If you’re riding solo make sure someone knows where you are, where you’re going and when you expect to return.
NO CAMPING OR CARAVANS
CAMPSITES, CARAVAN PARKS AND CAMPING GROUNDS ARE CLOSED TO VISITORS.
As directed by the Chief Health Officer Victoria, these measures are important to reduce the risk of infection and slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Victorian community.
Compliance with Chief Health Officer directives is enforceable under the section 203 of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 and penalties apply.
Inspections will be carried out by DELWP and Parks Victoria staff and Local Government authorised officers.
RIDE WELL WITHIN YOUR COMFORT ZONE
No matter where you ride or who you ride with, stay well within your comfort zone. Accidents that require medical attention are never great, but could be particularly problematic in the current situation.
STAY SAFE & UP TO DATE
This website is maintained by volunteers and may not have the latest information on this fast-evolving situation. Keep up to date with information as it is published:
- www.dhhs.vic.gov.au for current advice about Victoria’s health situation
- www.ffm.vic.gov.au & www2.dewlp.vic.gov.au for advice on park closures.
We appreciate your support and compliance with these new arrangements .