2009-10 Munda Biddi Trail User Survey Results, A report for the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation and Department of Environment and Conservation for submission to Lotterywest
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This report presents the results of a survey of Munda Biddi Trail users conducted over the course of 2009 and 2010. The main objective of the survey was to obtain an indication of types of trail users (market segments), their frequency and patterns of use, satisfaction levels and expenditure levels.At the time of this survey, the mountain bike trail extended 491km south from the Town of Mundaring along the Darling Range to the town of Nannup. Once fully completed, the trail will wind its way for 1000 km through national parks and state forest in the south-west of Western Australia before reaching the City of Albany on the southern coast. The Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) is designing and planning the trail in consultation with the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation, the Department of Sport and Recreation, the Western Australian Mountain Bike Association and other representatives of the cycling community. The survey was funded by Lotterywest and facilitated by DEC in collaboration with the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation.
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