Monthly Archives: February 2016

2016 Wilbinga Cleanup

Wilbinga Shacks 4x4 Crew is now in the process of arranging a clean-up of the Conservation Park in Wilbinga on Sunday the 22nd of May 2016. Information from Trackcare Track-Care-Logo Members of the Mitsubishi Club have participated in past years...
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Plan for WA’s biggest marine park released

 Proposed North Kimberley Marine Park Public comment is being sought on Western Australia's largest marine park - the 1.8 million hectare proposed North Kimberley Marine Park. Environment Minister Albert Jacob said the proposed park would be the second largest State marine park in Australia behind the Great Barrier Reef Coast Marine Park and seven times the size of Ningaloo Marine Park. Mr Jacob said its creation would be a significant milestone towards conserving the unique northern environment, while providing jobs and management opportunities for traditional owners and supporting growth in environmentally...
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Track Care’s Yeagarup Raffle result

Track-Care-Logo Info for our Members who may have bought tickets: Congratulations to Barry C. of the 4WD Club of WA as  the winner of the raffle drawn at Track Care recent meeting. He can now take 10 people to the Yeagarup Hut for 2 nights before the end of August.  ...
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Further Regional Update from Parks and Wildlife

Issued 10:47am today.

Peel Region open for business While we all saw the devastation of the recent bushfires, popular visitor sites in the Peel region were unaffected by the January bushfires and tourism favorite’s in the Shire of Murray such as Lane Poole Reserve and the townships of Dwellingup and Pinjarra are very much open for business.

Lane Poole Reserve covers 55,000 hectares and all nine campgrounds and both day use areas in the Reserve were not impacted and are open for visitors.

Way-marked walking trails within the reserve,  Island Pool,...

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Trip 120 – Churchman Park Environment Day

Churchman Park Trip 14th February 2016. Trip Leader: David Morrison. 14 Cars in attendance, 5 of which were Visitors. Meeting of members was in the car park of Mc D in Armadale. Introductions were made between visitors and members, with coffee being enjoyed from the Mc D coffee bar. Dave gave his pre-trip talk convoy safety requirements followed by a brief description of the bush and road conditions to be expected during the pending trip.TRIP 120 FEB 2016 (6) The convoy proceeded to the air down...
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