Friday, April 18, 2014

Happy Easter

Good Friday feels like a good day for some reflection. Shown below are contact details for the eleven TrailRiders in Australia lifted from the Directory page. I've recently been checking all these details to see if it easy to arrange to borrow a TrailRider when you contact them and it is something of a moving feast as staff move on and training happens. I urge anyone having trouble to email me.

This list warms me - it says that the TrailRider is well-established in Australia and in not so many years. The things that really warm me are things that happen with little or no effort from me - the Oxfam Trailwalker and the Perth chair are the ones that come to mind.

I have been fiddling around a little with the blog. You may notice it looks different. You may even have been unlucky enough to catch it part way through when stuff did not work. I have also learnt how to make Facebook Like buttons. You can  now Like the TrailRider Tales Facebook page right from here and if I ever mention someone with a Facebook page I can drop in a Like button. Facies take note.


Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Visitor Centre, nr Canberra

  • Phone: 02 6205 1233
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Cape Conran Coastal Park Cabins and Camping

  • Phone: 03  5154 8438
  • Email:

Bacchus Marsh - Lerderberg Library

  • Phone: 03 5366 7100
  • Email:

Ballarat Visitor Centre

  • Phone: 1 800 44 66 33 
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Daylesford Visitor Centre

  • Phone: 03 5321 6100  
  • Email:

Grampians National Park 

  • Phone: 03 5361 4008 (Sherpa network available - two weeks notice needed)

Lysterfield Lake, Trailmix Bike Cafe

  • Phone: 03 8790 4402 
  • Email:

Mount Beauty Visitor Centre

  • Phone: 1800 111 885
  • Email:

Torquay Sport & Recreation Centre

  • Phone: 03 5261 4606 Fax: 03 5261 4756     
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Wilsons Promontory National Park Information Centre

  • Phone: 03 5680 9555

Western Australia

Dreamfit Foundation

  • Email:

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