VRILYA POINT AS OF EARLY JUNE 2016
 

VRILYA POINT AS OF EARLY JUNE 2016

by Bruce

Love your Guide and the updates. Amazing how quickly the roads have recovered without much damage.

I look forward to using all your info in August so I expect the roads to be quite corrugated by then.

Can you advise if there is yet any update on whether Vrilya Point bridge is going to be repaired (or has already)?

Thanks Bruce

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Hi Bruce,
by: Katrin

Thank you :-)

Vrilya Point was returned to Traditional Owners in late 2014 and therefore closed in May 2015.

They are managing their land and have no obligation to open it to the public, but they are working on issues like littering, camping areas, and the bridge (amongst some other things as well).

When Vrilya Point will be open again is not known.

It might open later this year, but might not, and all we can do is wait for an announcement from them.

I will send out a newsletter as soon as I know more.

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Vrilya point
by: Dan

Would love to support the local community again with a respectful visit

Kind regards

Dan

Vrylia Point
by: Louise

Any more updates on the reopening of Vrylia Point?

Hi Louise,
by: Katrin

There are no news on Vrilya Point at this moment.

I keep an eye on it and will send a newsletter as soon as there is any news on it :-)

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