Queensland Horse Trail Riding Survey

Queensland Horse Trail Riding Survey

Supporting opportunities for horse trail riding in Queensland

Posted on 01.11.2018

To help support better infrastructure planning for the outdoor recreation community, QORF (Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation) is undertaking a survey of horse trail riding in Queensland.

The purpose of this survey is to support opportunities for horse trail riding in Queensland by having a better understanding of the horse trail riding community demographic and geographic riding patterns.

The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete.

We encourage you to share with your trail horse riding friends – the more responses the better.

An overview of the survey findings will be provided on the QORF website and promoted on social media.

Alternatively, you can sign up to the QORF monthly eNewsletter, which will contain a link to the findings once completed.

Your answers will be confidential.

 

The survey closes on November 30

Thank you

 

 

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