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2 Reviews on “Gnangara Pines, Lexia”

  • corinne
    3 years ago

    I think it is time warnings were posted at the gate in regards to Emus and Snakes. This is not a place to allow children and dogs to run in the long grass. Large Dugites are present and Emus can be a very dangerous animal when they have babies.

  • Josh
    2 years ago

    My partner, son, dog and myself visited on the 17th of May at approximately 12 midday for a picnic. Two days before I came for a walk and about 10-15 cars were parked in the middle on the main access road with marquees/cabanas set up having a picnic. I have come here on multiple occasions weekly. Sometimes the gate is locked, other times it isn’t. On this particular day we drove in to it being unlocked, had a picnic, a truck drove past us and locked us in. No warning, nothing. We called up Wanneroo Parks & Wildlife and got put through to a bloke who spoke to us like we were idiots. 20-30 minutes later he came and opened the gate which another car drove out in front of us and then we drove out as well. Whilst driving though I gave him a wave and he shook his head and said we can’t access here with a smug look on his face. I reversed up and again he talked down to us as if we shouldn’t have even been in there. I told him of my recent experience and the multiple vehicles that were here the two days before and the gate was unlocked. He replied that the dog lady has access and waved off what I said with no decent reply. I assumed the other car in front of us was the “dog lady”.

    Now, having experience in the profession I work in, one thing I know is the signage at the entry through those gates is inadequate. It does not specify “no access to unauthorised vehicles” or “keep gate locked at all times”. Also, no vehicles that have entry had any specific permit to prove they have authorised access.

    If my son had of been injured or had an allergic reaction, a serious incident could have occurred. And I dare say a story worthy to be on A Current Affair.

    How about you get some proper signage, some respectable shire workers or whatever you are, and lock the damn gate after driving through. Not that hard. It’s a public place after all with picnic benches, a road, paths, signs etc and multiple people come there daily. Easy to be confused in my situation. To put blame onto myself and my partner is utter garbage and immature. Grow up and take responsibility Wanneroo Parks & Wildlife, bit of professionalism wouldn’t go astray.

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