|On 7-Oct-2018 ajfclark wrote:
>On 7-Oct-2018 mitch46and2 wrote:
>>Perhaps parks ahould make some effort towards education. A closed gate
>>could mean anything. How is anybody meant to be aware?? No signage, no
>>paper on the gate with a note, nothing. Oh, its been posted on that chockstone
>>forum that no one has looked at for 10 years
>The emu foot track closure has been on chockstone, cliffcare, the crag,
>I'm pretty sure it's in the most recent guidebook for Grampians and it
>was in the update PDF too. Park's road report lists it as closed.
>Grampians Guide Updates: http://docs.google.com/document/d/1eaxJkrwJhzAwZP67ue2ZP9ps4ufeE
>What more do you want? A TV campaign?
>Signs on the gate itself would be the most obvious, cheap, simple solution,
>but unfortunately, signs on gates seem to go walkabout for some reason,
>much like locked gates seem to end up magically unlocked, bypassed, smashed,
>etc. Another good example is the gate at the start of the Ravine track.
They missed out notifying the Feral 4WD Club, Lazy Bushwalkers Club and other such like Vandals Anonymous bro, ... not to mention the Illiterate Bouldering Society-