Wednesday 17 August 2016
By andrew.kominek

The Murrumbidgee River Corridor zone will be recognised and maintained as a major conservation and recreation area. The public will have access to it for recreation purposes. Conservation areas will be established to protect important ecological and cultural features, particularly habitat for the threatened Pink-tailed Worm-lizard (Aprasia parapulchella) and Yellow Box–Red Gum grassy woodland, areas of Indigenous significance and those associated with European settlement of the area.

The landscape and open space strategy prepared for Ginninderry proposes access and trail facilities that will allow general recreation access to the corridor for picnicking, walking, bike riding an the like.