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Walking Access Commission 'Outdoor Access Code'

Jul 05, 2010 A useful document that references vehicle use etc. Read more

Sports Tribunal of New Zealand jurisdiction adopted by NZFWDA

May 31, 2010 A note from the Registrar confirms the NZFWDA annual meeting decision Read more

Winner of McMinn Trophy announced at NZFWDA meeting

May 22, 2010 The McMinn Trophy is awarded annually for contribution to four wheeling in New Zealand Read more

Recreation Access argue for unformed legal roads

Feb 04, 2010 Bruce Mason is a very respected access advocate who has literally 'written the book' on unformed roads. Read more

Walking Access Bill 08, Action needed now!

May 23, 2008 You really must get involved! For four wheeling it is potentially absolutely disastrous! Read more

Walking Access Repression

Apr 25, 2008 Bruce Mason, a very respected access advocate described the Walking Access Bill as a 'blatant assault on our fundamental rights, dressed up as a public good'. Read more

Farmers fear trouble over access plans

Jun 14, 2010 Comment from Otago Daily Times Read more

NZFWDA goes drug free

May 23, 2010 Annual meeting in favour Read more

Interislander ferries offer group discounts

May 11, 2010 Make a group booking for travel with Interislander any time from now until 30 November 2010 and we will give you a free Interislander family pass (approximate value $500) Read more

Defining the value of legal roads .... a video

Feb 18, 2010 Bruce Mason has created 10 minutes of video outlining the strengths of legal roads. Note that he is looking at the pedestrian values in particular. Read more

Web site crash

Feb 03, 2010 Due to a server crash on the 16th of January, we have lost the majority of our web site's content. We're in the process of rebuilding the site, and appreciate your understanding. Read more

Oteake Conservation Park proposal

May 21, 2008 Oteake Conservation Park proposal on the Department of Conservation website. Read more

Walking Access Bill - a sinister attempt to rid on unformed legal roads

Apr 23, 2008 Bryce Johnson's view on the controversial Walking Access Bill which he suspects 'is more a political move than one built on reasonable cause'. Read more


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