Riesling Trail Management Committee Chairman Allan Mayfield, Simon Millcock and his mother Ethel Mill and Peter Wood planting a tree in memory of long-time Riesling Trail leader Graham Mill.
Graham Mill was a long time supporter and former chairman of The Riesling Trail Management Committee . A red stringybark tree commemorating Graham’s significant contribution was planted near Sevenhill station by his family. The event was attended by present committee chairman Allan Mayfield and life time member Peter Wood as well as Ethel Mill and family Simon and Allison Millcock. The tree (Eucalyptus macnorhyncha) was grown by Ian Roberts of Blyth from seed collected from the Spring Gully Conservation Park.
To allow everyone to enjoy our Trail, please take care and follow these guidelines:
- keep to the left where appropriate
- alert other users when approaching by call out or sounding your bell
- keep dogs under control
- watch for surface damage caused by adverse weather
- take all rubbish with you
- motor bikes, unauthorised vehicles and horses are not permitted.
Wildlife: The Riesling Trail is part of a natural environment. For your safety, treat all wildlife with caution and only observe from a distance.
Great publicity for, not only the Riesling Trail but also some of our Business Partners and Business Friends.
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