Cudlee Creek Forest Trails Fire Recovery Strategy
Help identify post-fire recreation and tourism opportunities for the Forestry SA Cudlee Creek Forest Reserve and Fox Creek Mountain Bike trails.
What’s being decided?
Forestry SA is preparing a fire recovery strategy for the Cudlee Creek Forest Reserve to guide the redevelopment of the affected areas and the re-establishment of the Fox Creek Mountain Bike Park.
This project focuses on the Cudlee Creek Forest Reserve and additional land proposed to be included in a future trails network.
The strategy will aim to establish how the future forest can contribute to the community, recreational and economic wellbeing of the Adelaide Hills community.
Your help is needed to identify recreational improvements, opportunities, experiences and facilities for the visitor and trail network.
Your views are important in developing a sustainable future for recreation in the Cudlee Creek Forest Reserve.
Resources to help inform your feedback:
- Cudlee Creek Forest Reserve map
- Cudlee Creek and Coralinga Native Forest Reserve Management Plan 2016
To have your say:
- Add or vote for an idea
- Join the online discussion
- Complete one of our surveys:
- Email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Post your written feedback to: ForestrySA Cudlee Creek Forest Trails Fire Recovery Strategy
Private Mailbag 2, MEADOWS South Australia 5201
How can your input influence the decision?
Your input will inform the development of the Cudlee Creek Forest Trails Fire Recovery Strategy - including the Fox Creek Mountain Bike Park - and the types of recreation, tourism and business opportunities within it.
What are the next steps?
A summary of the feedback received will be provided on this page and the project website at the end of the consultation period.
Closing date: 5pm, Friday 10 July 2020