Victory

Hi everyone!

We need your help! We're a couple of old locals who have been living in Margaret River for the past 22 years and we are in the process of starting a new eco-adventure tour!

Our new business venture is in danger as we are having a rough time gaining access to a beautiful part of Margaret River for our tour: The Cape-to-Cape track.

 

We only plan on using less than 1% of the track!

 

There are a few people out there who are intent on keeping the track for walkers only. We genuinely understand why they want to keep this beautiful track all to themselves but we believe in sharing and creating access for all.

Remember, not everyone has the ability to walk. Be it a physical impairment or mental, our electric eco-bikes cater to everyone! Our electric eco-bikes also leave a smaller environmental foot print than an average walker and they’re almost completely silent!

 

Our eco-bikes have been fitted out to carry all community members! We put all the controls up on the handlebars and fitted some leg restraints to the bike so those of us that are wheelchair bound can have the opportunity to drive or just ride shotgun.

 

We fitted out the rear pillion seat with a full body restraint and support system which will make it possible for those in the community that are severely incapacitated by Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s Disease etc. or are simply affected by arthritis. Of course the young and the elderly will be equally well served!

 

If this sounds like something you would like to support please consider signing our petition. If not, we would still like to thank you for taking the time to read our petition.

Thank you so much for your help and support, with it we truly believe we can bring about some positive change!


Sincerely,

Gary and Lee-Anne Ingram

Letter to
Policy and Project Officer - Tourism Development at Department of Parks and Wildlife Matthew King
I give my support to allow access to a small portion of the 135km Cape to Cape track for EcoAdventures Margaret River. I believe sharing this 1.3km will provide greater access to Boranup Forest and Hamelin Beach to the benefit of the wider community.