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Did you actually read the response from Parks that I posted? They have stated no trails in the northern expansion. Trailheads may not have signs, but essentially thy are closed.Your informed views, or just supposition?
Main threat to frogs is actually the surfactant used with glyphosate, if used (http://www.environment.gov.au/resource/australian-frogs-overview).
However I've not been able to find data to support either of our cases.
Common assumption is glyphosate is rapidly degraded in nature.
New research by my group (and NSW DPI) will show that is not quite the case but so far restricted to grains. No idea on frogs.
"Environmental burning" is topical but has history. Evidence at Lysty shows a reduction in exotic weeds (ryegrass and thistle) as a result.
Tracks (single trail) are still open in Northern part. No evidence of (intended or otherwise) broadscale closure.
All single tracks in the northern expansion are off limits, there are signs stating where you are allowed to ride at the entrance from Birdsland into the Northern expansion.
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