Pambula trail builders Creative Lines, providing new pathways to connecting with country

Denise Dion
Updated June 1 2022 - 5:00pm, first published May 30 2022 - 12:30pm
Creative Lines director Yully Forest with wife Erin and daughter Kora during the Smoking Ceremony performed by Twofold Aboriginal Corporations Nathan Lygon at the start of work on the Eden mountain bike trail.
Creative Lines director Yully Forest with wife Erin and daughter Kora during the Smoking Ceremony performed by Twofold Aboriginal Corporations Nathan Lygon at the start of work on the Eden mountain bike trail.

Local trail builders Creative Lines will be playing an important role in the creation of the new mountain bike trails in the Nullica Forest close to Eden, offering specialist cultural and trail building knowledge.

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Denise Dion

Denise Dion

Senior Journalist

Regional daily news journalist on the Far South Coast of NSW. Contact me on 0418 213 780 or at denise.dion@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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