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TSR- Have your say

Postby Nuts » Sat 03 Jun, 2017 3:56 pm

No room for a wasted resource, $ to be made. Piggybank economics, delinquent re-imagining? Care for this historical access? Better have a say:

https://www.nsw.gov.au/improving-nsw/ha ... -208728217
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Re: TSR- Have your say

Postby davidf » Sat 03 Jun, 2017 4:09 pm

Thanks Nuts. I have just moved to Lithgow and have a personal interest.
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Re: TSR- Have your say

Postby Nuts » Mon 05 Jun, 2017 5:24 pm

davidf wrote:Thanks Nuts. I have just moved to Lithgow and have a personal interest.


No worries. I recall your interest (on here).
Imagine a network of recreational and wildlife corridors crossing the country. That would be something!
We all need more, not less.
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Postby Lindsay » Mon 05 Jun, 2017 6:11 pm

This interests me as there are several TSRs within a few ks of my place. But how do they work? Are they spaced so that stock could walk between them in a day, or are they only the remains of what once were continuous strips of land set aside for moving stock?
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Postby Nuts » Mon 05 Jun, 2017 6:50 pm

They may be more fragmented in the east, those on the western slopes and plains form a continuous network from Qld to SA. The one on our front boundary at Bundarra was a nondescript wider road (100m) corridor, at least reaching further than the nearest towns, 20-30klm's away. Prime real estate. I understand , so far, these are mostly still intact?
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Postby Lindsay » Tue 06 Jun, 2017 5:06 pm

Nuts wrote:They may be more fragmented in the east, those on the western slopes and plains form a continuous network from Qld to SA. The one on our front boundary at Bundarra was a nondescript wider road (100m) corridor, at least reaching further than the nearest towns, 20-30klm's away. Prime real estate. I understand , so far, these are mostly still intact?


Thanks Nuts. The nearest one to me is just a a large paddock by the main road. I did not know it was TSR until someone mentioned it to me. According to the map the next is about 10 ks away, one of a chain of small spaces stretching into the distance.
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