Trail conditions and updates - Map 5 - Jarrahwood to Manjimup
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 09:15
Map 5 - Jarrahwood to Manjimup
North of Nannup: Blackwood District
Nannup south to Manjimup: Donnelly District
FUEL REDUCTION BURNING OPERATIONS – AUTUMN 2013
DEC conducts a program of fuel reduction burning operations during spring and autumn each year. These burns are undertaken for a variety of reasons including property protection, fuel reduction and biodiversity management.
These burns are carefully planned however they may cause some disruption to cyclists. Where fuel reduction burns impact directly on the Trail temporary diversions will be put in place including temporary campsites where necessary. Fuel reduction burning operations are dependent on appropriate weather conditions and, as such, dates for operations are not available in advance.
The following section of Trail may be affected by fuel reduction burning operations during autumn 2013. For your safety, follow all signs, diversions and instructions from DEC staff.
NW of Nannup
Camp fires prohibited - The Munda Biddi Trail including all camp sites are camp fire free areas. Fuel stoves are recommended for riders who wish to cook while on the Trail.
Fuel Reductions Burns
Fuel Reductions Burns are conducted during spring and autumn each year. Burning is undertaken for a variety of reasons, including property protection, fuel reduction and biodiversity management.
Fuel reduction burns are dependent on appropriate weather conditions and as such, dates for operations are not available in advance.
Where a burn may affect the Munda Biddi Trail, measures to ensure the safety of trail users have been planned. Temporary diversions will be put in place, including temporary campsites where necessary. Measures will remain in place until the regular Trail alignment has been declared safe by DEC officers.
Follow signs, marked diversions and instructions from DEC officers.
Map 5 Willow Springs Campsite
Groups and individuals planning to use the Willow Springs Campsite should be aware this area is no longer maintained as a campsite and will be removed from the next issue of Munda Biddi Map 5a. An alternative overnight point is the Donnelly River Village at Donnelly Mill (Map 5b) which has a range of accomodation options including basic no-fee shelters.
Groups on the Trail
- Group size should be set at a maximum number of 17 participants, including leaders and all members should carry tents. This number has been set to ensure the ongoing sustainability of the trail, camp sites, facilities and the surrounding environment.
- Camp sites on the Munda Biddi Trail cannot be booked. The Notification of Intent form is not a booking system. However, the information is important to help manage and record group usage and to inform other riders to assist their planning. The Recreation and Trails Unit thank all the groups who send in notification forms, it is very much appreciated.
*Group Size - letters in brackets are for office use only.
|Camp Site||Date||Group Size|
23 Sept 2013
27 Sept 2013
25 Sept 2013