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|Subject:||Access to Campbell Park|
|From:||Ryu Callaway <>|
|Date:||Sun, 24 Feb 2019 03:06:41 +0000|
Should be fine. Those signs have only gone up in the last few years. Campbell park proper is split into 3 sections as Public Land (EPSDD), EPSDD (Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate) land and Unleased National Land, nothing that suggests access is not allowed (the carpark is leased national land, presumably to defence). http://app.actmapi.act.gov.au/actmapi/index.html?viewer=lc
There are no physically marked boundaries separating those areas within campbell park, and there are gates from the Mt Ainslie NR side into Campbell Park with no signage.
COG outings there have departed from the office carparks and last year a rogaine was held from the carpark encompassing campbell park and mt ainslie.
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