Scenic Rim Trail Project UPDATE

Mark Daffey

Scenic Rim Trail Project UPDATE

Approval has been granted

Posted on 24.01.2019

Update

Approval was granted to Spicers Retreats to:

To construct and operate a five to six day supervised bushwalk trail and four associated campsites from Mt Mistake to Spicers Peak Nature Refuge, within and adjacent to the Main Range National Park, Queensland

by the Australian Department of Environment and Energy on the 18 January, 2019. (see below)

The approval is effective until 2038 and is subject to a number of environmental management conditions.

Click below for more information:

  1. Scenic Rim Trail (Spicers Retreats)
  2. APPROVAL: Scenic Rim Trail – Thornton Trailhead to Spicers Canopy Nature Reserve, Queensland (EPBC 2016/7847)
  3. Environmental Protection & Biodiversity Conservation Response (Spicers Retreats)

 

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