Over 3500 riders have visited South East Queensland’s new regional trail bike facility, Queensland Moto Park, Wyaralong since the park was opened in late December, 2011.
SEQ Regional Recreational Facilities Chairman, Cr Dave Cockburn told the company’s AGM in Beaudesert today that the eight investing Council’s were very excited by the Queensland Moto Park’s first month of operation.
“This has been a tremendous start and we hope Queensland Moto Park will continue to grow from strength to strength with the support of riders throughout the whole SEQ region.
“SEQ Councils and the State Government invested over $2million towards this regional trail bike facility and its great the riders getting behind the Qld Moto Park,” Cr Cockburn said.
Motorcycling Queensland, General Manager, Lindsay Granger said the visitor numbers for the first month at Queensland Moto Park have exceeded his expectations.
“Feedback from riders has been overwhelmingly positive and we hope to see am increase in repeat visitation, as we add new tracks and construct camping facilities over the next few months.
“It has been great to see the number of family groups visiting the park as well, proving the park appeals to all members of the trail bike community, by providing a fun and safe environment to ride,” Mr Granger said.
Riders are encouraged to book online at www.qldmotopark.com.au to avoid queuing at the park.
SEQ Regional Recreational Facilities Pty Ltd was established by eight contributing SEQ Local Governments (Brisbane City Council, Gold Coast City Council, Ipswich City Council, Lockyer Valley Regional Council, Logan City Council, Redland City Council, Scenic Rim Regional Council and Somerset Regional Council) to develop and oversee the operations of Qld Moto Park.