Proposed Horse Riding in Wilderness Amendments (2018) to Plans of Management

Far South Coast Escarpment Parks, Kosciuszko National Park and Mummel Gulf National Park and State Conservation Area

This consultation document describes proposed amendments for 3 plans of management to enable horse riding to continue in designated wilderness locations. Public consultation for this document closed on 7 August 2018.

Date
22 June 2018
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication
Cost
Free
Language
English
  • ISBN 978-1-92575-379-0
  • ID OEH20180306
  • File PDF 1.6MB
  • Pages 15
  • Name proposed-horse-riding-in-wilderness-amendments-2018-plans-of-management-180306.pdf

Trials on horse riding in wilderness commenced in April 2014 in wilderness areas within Kosciuszko National Park, Mummel Gulf National Park, Deua National Park and Monga National Park. The plans of management relevant to each of these parks were amended in February 2014 to enable the trials to proceed on identified pilot routes for a period of up to two years.

After considering outcomes from the trial and continuing stakeholder interest, proposed amendments have been developed for the 3 plans of management to enable horse riding to continue in the locations that were part of the trial.

Public exhibition of the proposed amendments provided an opportunity for the community to have a say in the future management of horse riding in locations that were part of the horse riding in wilderness trial. Submissions closed 7 August 2018.