Hi guys, here is the extract I found from the WORIMI CONSERVATION LANDS DRAFT PLAN OF MANAGEMENT on page 62 it pertains to kite buggies "
12.8 LAND YACHTING
Land yachting and the related activities of kite landboarding and buggying are land based variations of
sailboarding and kitesurfing. Land yachting and kite buggying typically involve the use of three-wheeled
vehicles propelled by wind using a fixed sail or a kite.
Kite landboarding involves the use of a kite to propel the rider of a land or mountainboard, which is similar in
design to a skateboard, but larger with pneumatic wheels and foot-straps. The dunes and the eastern end of
the beachfront are preferred locations used by riders in the WCL. This group of activities typically occurs
infrequently, and in comparatively low numbers.
There is potential for land yachting, kite landboarding and buggying to directly impact on Worimi cultural
values by travelling on and through Aboriginal sites and cultural material. Similar concerns exist regarding
the disturbance of beach vegetation, particularly in the swale areas. There are safety concerns regarding
the compatibility of land yachting and related activities with other activities and visitor use, especially
during peak periods. These issues combine to limit the capacity of the WCL to provide for land yachting
and related activities.
■■ Land yachting, kite landboarding and buggying does not impact on cultural and natural values and is
carried out with appropriate approvals.
1. Land yachting, kite landboarding and buggying will require the consent of the park authority and are
permitted on the beachfront between the Sygna and the Gan Gan Road access frontal dune crossing,
and in the Recreation Vehicle Area. Conditions regarding the timing and specific location of the activity