Eucalypts and rocks view from Mt Dial
View from Mount Dial (photograph: Jess Bonde)

Community feedback sought on Dial Range Management Plan

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​The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) and Central Coast Council are inviting the community to help shape the new Dial Range Recreation Management Plan.
 
Feedback on how the Dial Range reserve will be managed in a sustainable way that is compatible with the natural, cultural and social values of the land will be sought at community forums and online next month.  Recreation clubs and regular users of the Dial Range reserves will also be invited to be part of a project reference group.   
 
The Dial Range attracts a diverse range of users from mountain bike riders, to walkers, hikers, horse riders and those undertaking natural studies. It is also popular for recreational vehicle use including trail bikes, all-terrain vehicles and four wheel drives. 
 
The recreation management plan, which is jointly funded between the PWS and Council, will replace the current plan which was created in 2000.
 
Public forums will be held in Penguin in February. Details on how to provide written feedback and to forum registration is on our Have Your Say ​page.

Further consultation and engagement opportunities will be provided when the draft Dial Range Management Plan is placed on public consultation later this year.