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I love discovering a brand new walk, especially if it's new to everyone else as well. It's an opportunity to channel my inner explorer. Well, imagine my excitement when I heard about the opening of Myponga Reservoir Reserve, an area previously off limits to the general public.
The opening of the reserve is a government initiative designed to promote regional tourism, encourage community wellbeing and provide environmental education.
Yet again SA does not cater for dog owners. Original info supplied at the time of opening said the trails were accessible for dogs on lead. Now it's become the usual no go area! If SA is serious about attracting visitors there really needs to be a sensible rethink about how many holidaymakers travel with their dog but cannot enjoy time and the environment with it. For locals also, it is frustrating to be so restricted from enjoyment of a walk in the company of your best friend. Yet again the nanny state is determined to restrict our freedom. Disappointed but sadly not at all surprised.